We’re super excited to share this vintage Texas wedding inspiration today, taking a rustic, western-inspired style to a new level with gorgeous modern touches! Star Hill Ranch served as the perfect quaint, true-to-Texas setting, with a vintage truck signs, a dreamy old white chapel and open streets that transport us back in time. Photographer Nikk Nguyen‘s moody style, with his expert manipulation of light and unique way of capturing bold colors, perfectly captures the couple oh-so-in-love and all the western boho details – we especially love all the browns and blues of the tablescape and casual lounge area featuring Loot Vintage Rentals. The table was dripping in character with the indigo-dyed table runner, a collection of colored drinkware and vintage china at each setting topped with a calligraphy menu by Owl & Envelope. From the al fresco altar in front of the antique white church to the bride’s organic, textured bouquet, Wildly Cultivated blows us away per usual with their magical floral creations. The bride’s dress from Unbridaled, with its bohemian lace pattern and body-hugging silhouette, is perfectly accented by a chic hat, natural hairstyle and bold lip by LUSTREbella. Events by Leslie did a wonderful job coordinating all the aspects of this inspirational shoot, and we’re loving every bit of it! Enjoy!
Photos // Nikk Nguyen Photography
From the photographer: “This western-boho inspiration shoot takes the rustic Texas wedding to new levels of chic. Using vintage furniture, boldly colored décor, and a neutral floral palette to merge a more classic style with the western aspects of the fabulous Star Hill Ranch. The wooden arch and sweetheart chairs were dressed up with pampas grass and a variety of textured flowers that were absolutely to die for! Blues, browns and oranges were the main colors of focus for this photo shoot and were purposefully tied in to every aspect. The dining table set up was dressed with vintage china, indigo mud cloth, apothecary jars and stained-glass menus. All of which matched the rich blue of the grooms suit and the brides hat.”