Spicewood Vineyards proved to be the loveliest locale to bring this vineyard wedding shoot to life. And with event planning and floral design by 3 of Cups Design + Florals? Let's just say that every moment of this shoot was pure perfection. And lucky for us? Twin Lens Weddings by Georgia and Sarah was there to capture it all!
From the photographer, "The concept for this shoot was dreamt up by lead designer and florist at 3 of Cups Design + Florals. And wow! What a day it was!"
"Our color scheme features a lot of rich maroons and dusty blues, a reflection of the vineyard's products and big blue Texas sky."
"We also decided to do an outdoor ceremony inspiration spot along with a simpler indoor "plan B" ceremony area."
"...lo and behold, on the day of our shoot it did end up raining, which is fairly typical in the Texas Hill Country..."
"...by using simpler pre-made garlands for the interior space, a couple can have a backup plan that's quick to put together all while remaining elegant."
"And if there's no rain, it makes for an excellent dessert table spot."
Spicewood Vineyards, you sure are pretty!
"a vintage inspired look was dreamt up for the bride for before and during the ceremony..."
"...but being a Rock-n-Roll designer at heart, hair stylist, Jean Barton she switched up the reception look to a modern Rockabilly outfit and hair style."
"For a place like Texas, that is reasonably warm year round, this shoot makes perfect sense for autumn."
Guests can stay outside during the day and come inside by the fireplace for the chilly night.
So many swoon-worthy details! Like these gorgeous menus designed by Elizabeth Kayde!
Photography: Twin Lens Weddings by Georgia and Sarah // Event Planning + Floral Design: 3 of Cups Design + Florals // Venue + Furniture: Spicewood Vineyards // Wedding Dress: Signature Bridal Salon // Hair: Jean Barton // Make Up: Brittany Bell Spencer // Cake + Desserts: Green Lily Bakery // Invitation Suite + Paper Goods: Elizabeth Kayde // Jewelry: Psyche Jewelry