I absolutely adore this winter wonderland inspiration wedding. Guys, look at this color palette. I love the dark purples with the hint of orange making its presence be known. When we decided we wanted to make this shoot a winter inspiration we knew immediately it had to be done different. We wanted sparkle and shine, but also a change of the "normal" hues you see. This had glitz and glam written all over it with the snowflake details.
Moss Floral killed it creating this beautiful fireplace mantle. I am lucky I was apart of such an amazing team to put this together.
I am so honored that Brides of North Texas featured this shoot on their blog this week. I hope you enjoy it!
Planning + Styling Events by Jade
Photographer Dyan Kethley Photography
Stationary Event Paperie
Venue Hidden Pines Chapel
Floral Moss Floral Design
December is traditionally considered a month filled with the cool outdoors and warm times with family and friends. When taking a closer look, it is also an incredibly romantic and sensual time of year. From kissing under the mistletoe, to cuddling under warm, cozy blankets, December is a month poised perfectly for strengthening the bonds between lovers. What better time than the Christmas Season is there to celebrate a wedding; during the time of year that is ripe for both celebrating family and friends, but also love?
This styled shoot takes place in the Kadee Christmas tree farm located in Greenville, TX. The backdrop of the seemingly endless rows of full and lush Christmas Trees in their various hues of green created a breathtaking scene. By keeping to the traditional red and green theme of Christmas, we were able to twist it into this incredibly elegant and modern while also subtly mature and sensual motif to create a unique spin on a Christmas Wedding. The flowers that R Love Floral designed were absolutely stunning, and created a rich and vibrant ambiance to this shoot. The photographer, Rachel Elaine Photography, was able to capture the true beauty of the space in its entirety, while also focusing on the small details that illustrated the myriad of feelings the space invoked. The gorgeous red velvet loveseat, which was graciously contributed by Coral Lane, was the perfect addition to the tablescape and added to the elegantly seductive feel of the space. From the candlesticks and pinecones, to the stunning couple wrapped up in each other’s embrace in the soft light of the sunset, each details was thought out and executed exactly how I dreamed it would be. Christmas in love has never looked more beautiful.
I feel honored and privledged that Brides of North Texas featured this shoot on their blog. Here is the link, I would love for you to take a look.
Planning + Design Events by Jade | Photographer Rachel Elaine Photography| Venue Kadee Christmas tree farm | Flowers R Love Floral Designs | Farm table The Iman Project + Lavender & Mint Designs | Rentals Coral Lane | Stationary + Calligraphy @properletter | Bakery The Butterfly Cake Factory | Dress de ma fille bridal | Models Eric Felchak and Liza Ismaili | Hair Morgan Taylor Perkins | Makeup BA Beauty
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I hope these pictures from my events paint a clear picture of how much I love my job. I get to create completely new designs and themes all while pushing me to take risks. I never want to get stuck doing the same things over and over again. I hope you enjoy browsing as much as I enjoyed planning and styling.