Thursday, February 16, 2017

Red and White Wedding in Katy, TX

As the bride's makeup artist, I very rarely have time to see the wedding details.  But when the florals from F Dellit Designs arrived, I knew I had to find a way to take a peek at the venue before I left.  The white orchids and red roses were breathtaking!  After looking around, I realized the other details were just as stunning.

Thankfully, I know Patricia, the photographer at Plum Tree Studios,  and she has graciously allowed me to share these stunning wedding photos of this beautiful real wedding at Agave Estates with you.  This wedding took place in the summer of 2016.

I love seeing the two cultures come together, don't you?

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These orchids were exquisite!

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After the flowers are gone, the bracelets of the corsages can be kept as a memory of the the big day!

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Love these details!

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What a beautiful way to decorate the pool!

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This beautiful floral did double-duty at the alter & at the head table!

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Lots of memories are made in the bridal suite!

A few more incredible details

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Simply beautiful cake - the red roses...LOVE!

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First look photos are the BEST!

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Agave Estates has unique details outside and inside!

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The bouquet toss always brings laughter!

1 comment:

  1. These images are absolutely stunning. I also like to blending of the two cultures. I always like to see how people of different backgrounds come together to blend their worlds while still representing their own.