From Chelsea Q. White Photography – “For our Anthropologie meets Texas desert shoot, we were inspired by mixing two aesthetics to create a vibe that was laid-back and not overly styled. For brides not wanting to lean too heavily on a style we mixed masculine elements of the desert with feminine details of items she’d find in Anthropologie (fine china, embroidered pillows and brilliant blooms)!”
From Chelsea Q. White Photography – “The gorgeous floral arrangements and succulent details give a nod to desert blooms while fine china and delicate hand-lettered invitations pull in a feminine balance. The cake was based on all the beautiful agate popping up in stores and online.
In addition to working with all local vendors, we were especially excited to collaborate with the socially conscious company Tribe Alive, a jewelry and accessory company that uses fashion as a medium to promote responsible commerce to help alleviate poverty among women around the world. Brides with a passion for fashion and doing good at the same time would be remiss not to consider Tribe Alive’s delicate pieces to complete their wedding day look.
The gold-sequined gown came from a small bridal designer Truvelle, based in Canada. Everything is done in-house with the utmost care and attention to details. Brides looking for unique gowns must look at Truvelle. It was the perfect feminine complement to the dusty Texas landscape at sunset.”
Photography: Chelsea Q. White Photography // Floral Design: Bonny Blooms // Cake: Jar Cakery // Vintage Rentals: Gold Dust Vintage Rentals // Tableware Rentals: Pretty Little Plates // Paper & Calligraphy: Design by Kadie // Dress: Truvelle* // Tapestry: Wool & Weave // Jewelry: Tribe Alive // Hair & Makeup: Stephanie Nelson Makeup.