This styled shoot is a two-for-one special in terms of outdoor wedding inspiration! Captured by Dreamy Elk Photography & Design, LLC, two differing scenes play out in picturesque outdoor settings where romance is in no short supply. Planner Touch of Whimsy styles each distinctly – one an elegant, moody garden dream and the other, an organic, beachy and soft soiree. The first manifests in regal blue and purple palette throughout a romantic tablescape of crushed velvet, amethyst glass chalices, rose gold flatware and adorable acrylic place settings. The artists at Makeup ATX keep it light and fresh with our first model’s coral lip and her waves are swept back in the most lovely low bridal pony. Big beautiful blooms in cool tones made for the perfect centerpiece and altar installation florals with plentiful greenery that made each seem as though they are growing from where they stand. Shifting to the second scene we could have sworn was set seaside, a wooden geometric altar and dried grasses add effortless romance to a modern, casual wedding. In taste with this part of the day, Touch of Whimsy strayed from fresh florals, instead incorporating a chic, bohemian dry design that showcased eye-catching palm fronds, bunny tails and sunbleached fern. Peachy shades remind us of hot summer days and the natural textures of this tablescape capture all the attention. Makeup ATX styled our second bride half-up with a big, boho braid showing off her gorgeous face, made up in a soft bridal glam featuring neutral shadows, a nude lid and darker outer crease. We love how different each part of this outdoor wedding inspiration is. No matter your taste, there’s something to love whether within its romantic garden dream or the organic, beachy scene. Cheers!
Photo // Dreamy Elk Photography & Design, LLC
From the photographer, Dreamy Elk Photography & Design, LLC: “There were two separate shoots that were photographed that day (the garden dream blue and purple romantic set up, then the dry design pink set up). All of the vendors participated in both, with the exception of the models.”