Happy Monday Vintage Lovers! Today, I am doing some big time swooning over this flawless wedding from the talented Taryn + Shelby of Joielala Photography. Sweet Sunday Events helped to pull the look together, a perfect mix of bohemian and Mod! Oh and the chevron detail - obsessed! So enough from me, enjoy this wedding eye candy!
From Sweet Sunday Events:
Our dream bride walked into our shop last November and we have had a major crush on her ever since. Kaci and Tad have a very clean, modern aesthetic, but trust me, they did not lack personality and definitely weren’t scared of pattern or color. Kaci was certain chevron pattern had to be incorporated, which was PERFECTLY a-okay with us, seeing as though we are totally obsessed! The chevron pattern didn’t stop at the wedding invitations. The square arch, our carpenters so masterfully built, displayed the pattern as the red and white stripes on the straws added subtle color. And yellow and white chevron runners accented white linens on tables. Guests were directed to each setup, as they walked through arches with citron accents and large round chalkboards. You can never go wrong with citron!
Tabletops. Oh, the tabletops! Half of the tables displayed patterned linens and we opted for pegboard runners to tone down the busy pattern and white mod candle holders were mixed with hot pink gravel and succulents. A collection of mismatched candle holders, antlers, branches and wood slabs were the perfect combination on the remaining tables. And did you notice the fabric feathers and braids? Of course you did! Aren’t they the perfect little details to make this Modern Gypsy wedding come together swimmingly?! I just can’t stop daydreaming of how wonderful this wedding was. Just wish you could have seen it with your own two eyes, but atlas the shots taken by the talented girls of Joielala will do the trick…
Cake: Sharon Long
Catering: The Range Catering
Styling, flowers, rentals + coordinating: Sweet Sunday Events
Paper Goods: Wednesday
Source: Green Wedding Shoes
Videographer: Nostalgia Film
Venue: Private Residence in Temple, Texas