Get Major Fashion Inspo from this Non-Traditional Couple
by Kaitlyn October 23
If there’s one thing our Austin brides have in common, it’s thinking uncommonly when it comes to their weddings – going outside the lines and embracing the unexpected! This non-traditional cottage wedding inspiration embodies just that: a sense of originality and artful uniqueness reflective of no one else but this special couple. The first statement-making detail to catch our eye? That incredible bold laser-cut dress from Unbridaled! The ivory coloring pairs perfectly with the deep reds and blacks in the florals by Wildly Cultivated. Beneath the covered porch, a casual and inviting dinner setup featuring a pair of wooden tables, tall candlesticks and vintage white lounge chairs from Loot Rentals promotes comfort over stuffiness. We love the white marbled plates atop black chargers and mercury glass for accents. The bride rocks a short, effortless ‘do and bold merlot lip by LustreBella. This cottage wedding inspo gives so many non-traditional ideas to love and we’ve got all the heart eyes!
Photos // Nikk Nguyen Photo
From the photographer: “This elegant bohemian inspiration shoot was truly unforgettable, and Pearl Snap Hall was the perfect location to pull it all off! Of course, none of this would have been possible if it wasn’t for the creative genius of my dear friends at Big Time Creatives, so I’ve asked them to share a bit about how they came up with their awe-inspiring design! Here’s what they had to say: ‘The starting point for the photo shoot at Pearl Snap Hall was truly the wedding dress. Sam’s stunning cut-out dress was sexy as hell. Needless to say, this dress, showing no hint of traditional appeal, demanded our attention! With such a stunning dress we needed a look for the groom that could ‘keep up.’ That’s when we fell in love with the burgundy velvet tux jacket. The two models and their outfits paired beautifully together; classic, sophisticated and hip AF!'”
Other Local Vendors: Big Time Creatives, Shaesby, LUSTREbella, Pearl Snap Hall, Poppies and Ink