Luxury and rustic living go hand-in-hand at the grandiose Two Wishes Ranch Events, where this styled shoot shows off micro wedding inspiration that spares no exquisite detail. Just because your event is small doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be stylish, and Lauren Field Design proves that even Texas can have a sleek, modern side without sacrificing an ounce of southern hospitality. Blooms in hues of blue, green, ochre and golden ivory make arrangements by The Bloom Bar pop against a natural textured landscape and as far as tablescapes go, these are divine. Chinoiserie linens from Premiere Events perfectly complement the fine china, and other elegant furnishings from Loot Rentals bring all the timeless grandeur to these wedding scenes. This model looks absolutely stunning in the most romantic off-the-shoulder gown from Unbridaled featuring a lace design that reminisces on our favorite Texas flowers. Sipping on the cutest courtyard cocktails from Contigo Catering is even sweeter set in front of a vintage airstream backdrop for all the good vibes. Find all the micro wedding inspiration you could want from Lauren Field Design in this rustic grandeur styled shoot – and read on for a note from the talented planner about the vision behind this curated affair. Cheers!
Photo // Jessica Frey Photography
From the planner, Lauren Field Design: “A micro-wedding that captures the rustic grandeur of Two Wishes Ranch, inspired by the wild rolling meadows and the classic nature of the nearby polo fields. Tones of blue, shades of green, ochre and golden ivory are surrounded by authentic Texas materials. Natural textures are layered alongside a fresh take on classic patterns to create a romantic ambiance full of laid back luxe. The Bloom Bar suspended a lattice of lemon leaf greenery from the soaring barn ceilings and we designed one long grandiose table with silky draping at either end to draw the eye upward and celebrate the unique space. We selected matching toile napkins and linens with textured dinnerware and pops of yellow tonal flowers. We included leather accents throughout the design from everything to escort cards to the stationery suite envelope as a nod to traditional Texas and equestrian elements. The beauty of the venue is its unique location and history with horses, so we knew we had to incorporate portraits with them. Cocktails in the courtyard with a cute airstream, a ceremony with the big sky of Texas had rain clouds rolling in, and a reception in the stunning barn at one long table. The bride wore a floral embellished Marchesa Bridal gown with a plunging neckline and sculptural white leather flower earrings from Hushed Commotion. Her bridesmaid was in a dusty blue Jenny Yoo dress that had an amazing slit. The gentleman wore tan suits with brown leather accents.”