Bridgerton-Inspired Wedding Editorial at The Hundred Oaks

A bride looks over her shoulder while holding her bouquet around the grooms neck as he goes in to kiss her.
Photo: Oryan Photo and Video | Venue: The Hundred Oaks | Planning & Design: Devoted Events | Florist: Bloom and Grove | Fine Jewelry: Privosa | Wedding Gowns: Parvani Vida | Bridal Hair + Makeup: Caked Up With Riley | Cake: The Chocolate Llama | Stationery: Wild Wolf Creative Co. | Custom Hanger: Heirlum Hangers

Dreaming of a lavish wedding full of elegance and charm? Get inspired by our romantic Bridgerton-Inspired wedding editorial at a forested wedding venue, The Hundred Oaks. This timeless, posh wedding editorial planned and designed by Devoted Events will make you feel as if you are walking through the manicured gardens of the 19th century.

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Shades of Blue and Idyllic Views In This Sunlit Hill Country Wedding Editorial

A bride and groom look and the camera while hugging during a sunlit hill country wedding styled shoot at Cricket Hill Ranch in Dripping Springs, TX.
Photography: Anna Kay Photography | Venue: Cricket Hill Ranch

Hear the songs of crickets chirping and soak in the saturated hill country sunsets at Cricket Hill Ranch located in Dripping Springs, TX. With picturesque views and various amenities, the property offers a private estate feel with the perk of venue features, and this styled shoot reflects that with true elegance and charm. Get inspired by this sunlit hill country wedding editorial expertly captured by Anna Kay Photography.

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Vibrant Retro-Inspired Styled Shoot at The Whitehall

Houston’s original landmark hotel, The Whitehall shines with gracious southern hospitality and crave-worthy cuisine. A mid-century architectural gem, The Whitehall, has been a beloved landmark in downtown Houston since 1963.  Legendary musical icons like Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, Bob Dylan, Michael Jackson and Cher are just a few high-profile celebrities who have stayed at the historic property. Of particular note is the iconic spiral staircase that appears to float in mid-air.

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Sweet Plum, Magenta, and Apricot Styled Wedding Shoot at The Peach Orchard by Rachel Driskell Photography

Photography: Rachel Driskell Photography | Venue: The Peach Orchard | Hair + Makeup: Misty Rockwell Artistry | Bridal Studio: Modern Affinity Bridal | Cake: Marblelous Cakes

Join us just north of Houston in The Woodlands at The Peach Orchard for this sweet styled wedding shoot! Rachel Driskell Photography brings this shoot to life with her signature light and airy style.

The Peach Orchard is a breathtaking wedding venue where old meets new. The bright whites of the venue make the perfect backdrop for this styled shoot’s plum, magenta, and apricot theme. Inside the chapel, natural light pours in from the huge windows, illuminating the original wood beams and whitewashed brick. The light, airy whites of the architecture are complemented by the rich wedding color palate. Then, the fruit-inspired colors come to life at the altar as rich, lush florals cascade from the trendy round arch. Finally, flowers make an eye-catching focal point to showcase the star of this shoot: our blushing bride. Click here to read the rest of this post »

Ethereal Destination Wedding Shoot on the Oregon Coast

Bride, wearing off the shoulder white tulle gown holding white monochromatic bouquet, held from behind by a groom wearing a white tuxedo shirt, black bowtie and black pants on Oregon's Cannon Beach.
Photo: Stephania Campos Photography

Breakaway from the summer Houston Heat with us for this stunning styled beach wedding shoot on the Oregon coast Stephania Campos Photography along with an incredibly talented team of professionals. The iconic Haystack Rock at Cannon Beach offers a spectacular backdrop for this dreamy destination wedding, and every element of the romantic minimalist theme honors the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest coast.

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