This styled shoot is centered around a picturesque ranch located just outside of College Station,TX which is famous for their Fighting Texas Aggies which are known for their signature Maroon school colors. When it came time to style a shoot at Rock Lake Ranch Karinda of Designs by Karinda Photography and Kelly of Kelly Kennedy Events knew that they had to incorporate the color Maroon into their shoot. Not to mention it is the perfect color to complement this gorgeous outdoor venue!
From Designs by Karinda – “We also choose to go with soft shades of blue so that we could complement the vintage truck on the property perfectly. When it came to choose the perfect dress we knew exactly where to go: Damsel White Label has the perfect selection of vintage and unique dresses that brides everywhere are sure to be envious of! We found the perfect dress that absolutely screamed vintage with its swiss dot illusion bodice, tea length skirt, and keyhole back. This look was completed with the bride’s hair side-swooped updo complete with the perfect wave.
The soft flowing wild flower florals from Striking Stems perfectly brought in the warm Maroon color. We can not forget the hand painted backdrop perfect for any ceremony site that could also double as a perfect open air photo booth and a bicycle that is to-die-for!
The entire day was tied together by gorgeous furniture pieces and decor by Love Birds Vintage Rentals. My personal favorite was the blue tiered pedestal table that was perfect for Smash Cakery’s signature tall tiered blue, white, and silver cake with delicate maroon wafer flowers. This entire styled wedding was captured on film to ensure the images were as dreamy as the styled shoot itself.”
Photography: Designs by Karinda // Planning & Coordination: Kelly Kennedy Events // Dress: Damsel White Label // Floral Design: Striking Stems // Stationery: Jo’s Paper Kitchen // Linens: House of Hough // Makeup: Framework Artistry // Hair: J Hues // Rentals: Love Birds Vintage Rentals // Cake: Smash Cakery // Venue: Rock Lake Ranch near College Station, Texas.