It's always a happy day when Mustard Seed Photography sends tons of pretty images right to your inbox. This time, it is Mallory & Jake. The amazingly sweet and joyous newlyweds were married at Beckendorff Farms in Katy this past March. Their wedding style was organic, airy and sophisticated. Event Planning by Christina from Pomp & Circumstance.
Mallory requested a loose, garden style, semi-oversized bridal bouquet. Her bouquet featured blooms of garden roses, ranunculus, freesia and peonies in ivory & white tones.
We used roses, spray roses and eucalyptus to create bridesmaids bouquets that perfectly complimented Mallory's stunner.
Jake and his groomsmen arrived donned in tan suits, the perfect color for spring. They wore neutral ties and rocked simple boutonnieres. Our signature Maxit boutonnieres featured a large white ranunculus, white spray roses and accenting greenery.
The mini's looked like dolls in their greenery crowns & miniature boutonnieres. [Do y'all see that precious stank face the ring bearer was giving us?!]
The ceremony reflected the style of the wedding in every sense of the word. The florals were kept minimal and organic to showcase the act of marriage. Guests were greeted by a hand lettered 'welcome' sign featuring light greenery. Aisles of white garden chairs were spruced up with groupings of greenery. The arch was asymmetrically dressed in smilax.
Although we loved the simplicity of the ceremony, we were excited to add some florals and character to the reception space. The guests were instructed on where to sit by a large wooden seating chart featuring small buds. A small compote arrangement was nestled between heirloom photos of the family at previous weddings. The two bars were draped with greenery and garland.
We broke up the gorgeous large barn space by adding different layers of florals on tables. We used small, low compote arrangements on the linen draped rounds. The arrangements featured:
- Spray Roses
Wooden farm tables with and without linen were dressed with greenery garland and simple white candles.
The head table was a nod off of the guest tables. It was adorned with greenery garland with loose floral blooms throughout. We added height and variation by using pillar candles and votives. The bride & groom chairs wore asymmetrical garlands on the back.
One of our secret pleasures about any wedding is the cake. It's always fun to gauge the couple's personality on what they chose for flavor and design. While we didn't get to try Mallory & Jake's cake, we did get to decorate it (and the cake table) with some of our florals and garland.
While we promise to never play favorites, Mallory & Jacob- your big day was one for the books. We are so grateful for amazing clients like you. Thank you for believing us and joining our Maxit Family! Here's to the newlyweds! Cheers!