Mid-century modern Texas wedding: Isabelle + Andy

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Isabelle is a completely relatable bride. She started the planning process with so many ideas, colors in mind, and too many themes to wrap her head around. Unfortunately her color palette never materialized further than inspiration boards. And then she tried the theme route – but there were too many options and ideas. It got to the point where she jokingly considered hosting an entire week of wedding celebrations just so she could use all of her “themed” ideas – but that didn’t happen. In the end the best choice for her and Andy, was to be cost effective and stick with the details that made sense and they wouldn’t regret. We’d say she did a fab job!

Liz from The Nouveau Romantics met with us a month before the wedding and was the creative mind behind all of the bouquets – because we knew nothing about flowers. Her proposal included succulents, mint, blue thistle and of course cotton (Andrew’s last name). Liz had the brilliant idea to reuse all of our bouquets to decorate the dessert table during the reception.

Nessa K photographed their wedding with such class and beauty. The above photo is so cinematic and feels like it could be a still from a movie. Texas, your landscapes make for gorgeous and effortless backdrops!

You want a simple to make backdrop for your ceremony that makes a statement? Use ribbons. It’s such an easy way to incorporate your colors and can be multi-functional. Take it back to your reception venue and you’ve got something colorful to sit in front of or to brighten up a delicious dessert table/sweet bar.

We’re sure you’ve noticed by now that Isabelle + Andy can sure pick good looking food. The Sweets from Sweet Sugar Mama’s are so tempting and their presentation, among the wedding party’s bouquets is just the right amount of decor.

Any Texas brides out there – their reception venue, Malverde is perfect. Modernly furnished, lots of open space…it’s got it going on.

Congratulations you two!

Photography: Nessa K Photography / Ceremony venue: Chapel Dulcinea / Reception venue: Malverde / Catering: La Condesa / Flowers: The Nouveau Romantics /  Sweets: Sugar Mama’s Bakeshop / Fresh fruit popsicles: Mom & Pops All Natural Frozen Pops / Bride’s dress + veil: La Sposa / Shoes: Jessica Simpson / Groom’s suit: Tommy Hilfiger

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dekalb wedding photography on Mar 1, 2012

Oh, that food looks delicious! This wedding looks good enough to eat. And yes, Texas makes for absolutely gorgeous backdrops.

bridal girl on Mar 1, 2012

So sweet. I love the delicacies. Love everything about the wedding. Great wedding. Congratulations to the couple.

Nessa K on Mar 1, 2012

This is absolutely one of my favorite weddings and I was so glad to share it with you. Thank you so much for the feature!

Lauren on Mar 1, 2012

Gorgeous wedding... not sure what is "Art Deco" though?

Liz on Mar 1, 2012

What makes this wedding Art Deco.....?

100layercake on Mar 1, 2012

Lauren and Liz, thanks for pointing that out. I think Mid-century Texas Wedding is more fitting for this style wedding. What do you think?

marghe@lechatdesucre.com on Mar 2, 2012

Truly beautiful!

Liz on Mar 2, 2012

Yes, 'mid century' decsribes this lovely event much better :)

Jacquelyn {Jacquelyn Jackson Photography} on Mar 2, 2012

Oh so absolutely gorgeous!

Tim Duncan on Mar 5, 2012

Gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous!! And she has a very sweet tattoo! :)

Andrea on Apr 10, 2012

So sweet! So yummy! The RIBBONS! The colors are stunning and WHERE on earth did the bridesmaid (dark dress) get that STUNNING necklace. Please do tell. Congrats and best wishes to the couple. You both look adorable!

Nine Photography | Dallas Wedding Photographers on May 27, 2012

This is such a cool Texas wedding. Love it!

www.foakleysq3.com on Jul 2, 2013

tarnish your memories of Albus Dumbledore!”

Michele on Jul 7, 2013

So perfect! Malverde was our first choice for a reception! This was exactly the wedding I had planned but we struggled getting in during our time frame at the Chapel Dulcinea. I can totally see how perfect our wedding would have been if we had gotten things together way further in advance. Gorgeous wedding in every way!

Meagan M. on Nov 30, 2013

Super chic wedding. It felt very artsy, but still comfortable and fun!

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