Nomadic elopement inspiration
We love when elopements take us off the beaten path (last week’s Icelend elopement, come to mind?)—it’s all about doing what feels right to the future Mr + Mrs and no one else. It makes sense that adventure comes to mind, and Ashley of Two Be Wed nailed it when she whipped up a scene made for the couple with a nomadic spirit. It was based in rural Texas with a less-is-more kinda vibe. Obvs with the exception of a glorious vintage Airstream. Thanks to Mustard Seed Photography for sending this one our way!
Our bridal style exemplified an adventurous spirit in an architectural Halston Heritage gown, a unique feather crown and standout Jeffrey Campbell wedges that perfectly accented the nomadic details throughout. The couple themselves actually tied the knot in real life just a few weeks afterwards, so it was so amazing to see it all come full circle and truly made this shoot the perfect celebration of finding the ultimate partner in love, life and travel!
Completely enamored with this invitation suite. Props to Nib & Pixel.
This boho hairstyle Sunkissed & Made Up whipped up for her bride sure makes a good case for braids, doesn’t it?
The tablescape for two was an assortment of rugs, pillows and poufs from The The Foundry paired with organic moody blooms locally forged by Flower Power Productions to establish a cozy, intimate setting.
Pretty sure we don’t need to convince you to click through to the gallery…
So lovely. Thanks to the talented vendors below for sharing today.
Photographer: Mustard Seed Photography / Workshop: The Develop Retreat / Venue: The Develop Retreat House / Planning & Design: Ashley Joseph of Two Be Wed / Florist: Flower Power Productions / Hair & Makeup: Sunkissed & Made Up / Cake: Buttercup Bakery / Calligraphy & Paper: Nib & Pixel / Furniture Rentals: The Foundry / Dress: Halston Heritage / Head Dress: Curious Fair / Shoes: Jeffrey Campbell / Rings/Earrings: Brian Gavin Diamonds / Vintage Airstream: Vintage Airstream Houston