Temperatures may be dropping in Texas, but this minimalistic terracotta styled shoot by Amy Maddox Photography is sure to warm you up!
An earthy palette of terracotta tones with indigo accents set the mood while natural elements of dried palm leaves, pampas grass, and bright florals add a bohemian touch. The warm details are carried through into the intimate table setting by Your Butler’s Pantry with its cobalt-toned dinnerware and vintage glass goblets paired with gold flatware. This tablescape is perfect for the boho bride looking for an intimate, natural table setting with a modern twist!
The minimalist theme continues in the three-tier, white, modern and sculptural wedding cake with delicate arches by Susie’s Cakes. Photographer Amy Maddox captures the glowing bride in a simple, strapless wedding gown from Modern Affinity in natural light. The earthy palette makes its way outdoors to the unique terracotta inspired altar featuring a dramatic painted orange-hued backdrop and dried florals.
Scroll down and enjoy this minimalistic terracotta styled shoot captured by Houston wedding photographer Amy Maddox in her signature bright and airy photography style. We love it and so will you…Check out more of her work here and schedule a consultation today!
Liquor and beer and wine, oh my! Adult beverages are a big part of almost all wedding celebrations. With so many wedding drink options, you’ll want to think outside the bottle, and check out these 4 creative ways to serve alcohol that will have your guests saying, “Sip, sip hooray!”
Does your hubby-to-be fancy himself a cocktail craftsman? Bolster his bartending arsenal by gifting him with one of these fine finds, or better yet: Invite him to add a a few bar essentials to your wedding gift registry, as you envision your newlywed nest…together!
“We were in Las Vegas celebrating my 25th birthday with my family, and what I thought was going to be a regular day turned out completely different. Every time we had been to Las Vegas we always said we wanted to go to the top of the Stratosphere hotel, but it never happened, so this time we were determined to make it happen. I was pumped because I thought it would be hilarious to see him on top of the Stratosphere (he is terrified of heights), plus they have rides on top! When we started to go up the elevator he looked so nervous I started to feel bad, but he was persistent on going all the way to the top. When we got up there we were able to see all of the Las Vegas strip and the beautiful desert. As we were leaning over the edge he starts talking about the future and then mentions something about a hot air balloon, which grabs my attention, and all of a sudden I turn around and he is on one knee with a box in hand.” With a proposal story like that, it’s no wonder Houston couple Candice and Joshua chose to return to the scene of their engagement to make it official. Their Las Vegas celebration at the Palms Casino Resort’s Kingpin Suite is the very picture of vintage Vegas glamour and fun, and we’re so thrilled to have a chance to share it with y’all. Big thanks to Houston’s Adam Nyholt for the fabulous pix of this destination celebration. And congrats to the newlyweds!
OK, this one goes out to our esteemed publisher Radhika Day, who just happens to be a major St. Germain fan—and with good reason. The classic French elderflower liqueur, made from gently macerating hand-picked blossoms that bloom briefly each spring, is ineffably subtle and delicious. Trying to describe it, according to the famous French artisanal liqueur-maker, is like “asking a hummingbird to describe the flavor of its favorite nectar.” Which we would never do. We’ll simply say that St. Germain is more or less the flavor of romance—which makes it perfect for wedding-day cocktails.
Our favorite is La Rosette, a simple combination of 4 parts Brut Rosé Champagne to ¼ part St. Germain, served in a chilled flute and garnished with a pansy, rose petal or delicate orchid. Parfait! Non?
For more delicious and incredibly pretty St. Germain wedding cocktails, sip—er, click—here!