Morning, friends! Did you peep yesterday’s Sonoma vineyard wedding? Today we’ve got even more romantic wedding ideas, this time coming from Sarah Goss Photography at Pecan Springs Ranch in Texas. Emily of Hill Country Bride channeled a modern ranch wedding with elegant features (hello, Lazro gown!) with modern textural elements that came through in the details below:
Emily explains, I combined the visual texture of marble (marble place cards, invitation suite, cake plate) with the physical texture of velvet (table runner, settee, and The Mrs. Box) to create an interesting yet monochromatic feel. I added the pops of cranberry color to warm it up and to add a focal point to each photo. The clear candlesticks added warmth to the table, but kept the monochromatic feel. The cake stand tied the marble and the neutral color of the farmhouse table together perfectly.
Groom’s fashion idea alert! Digging this gingham jacket from The Black Tux.
As for these two lovely models? They’re engaged and the workshop gave them a little peek into the future. Congrats, guys! See more from this shoot in our gallery:
Like we said, this one was all in the details… See everyone who contributed via the links below!
Photographer: Sarah Goss Photography / Cedar and Stone Workshop Hosts: Sarah Goss Photography & Al Gawlik Photography / Venue: Pecan Springs Ranch / Event Styling: Emily Burgess of Hill Country Bride / Florals: Pure Love Style / Hair & Makeup: Weddings by Celissa Rae / Stationery: Paper & Posies / Invitation Styling: Kayla Barker / Cake: Chef Ryan Ross / Rentals: Bee Lavish / Ribbons: Silk & Willow / Cake Stand: World Market / Candles: IKEA / Table Linen: La Tavola / Flatware: West Elm / Styling Board: Heirloom Bindery / Bride’s Dress: Lazaro from Serendipity Bridal / Jewelry: Kendra Scott / Jewelry Box: The Mrs. Box / Groom’s Attire: The Black Tux