Lina and Sterling were married outside on a sunny Fall afternoon at The Barn at Raccoon Creek. Lina, a former Rodeo queen, wanted a rustic autumn wedding that was both elegant and suitable for her horse to attend. We combined cranberry and coral with soft pink and antique ivory to create a warm Fall feeling. The bride carried a loose, textural bouquet of roses, stock, mini gerbera daisies, and rununculus. Wheat, hypericum berries, and seasonal foliage added character. For the outdoor ceremony, hay bales were topped with tall arrangements of pink wax flower, fuchsia gerbera daisies, and stocks of wheat. For the reception, wooden boxes held fall dahlias, textural foliage, and pink cranberry berries. The event was a sophisticated country affair.
It was a pleasure to work with these vendors: