This next wedding is country boho chic down to every last DIY detail. From her gorgeous handmade lace wedding dress by Muse Clothing, to the adorable teal and gold cupcake cake. It’s a budget conscious wedding done right!
Country boho feel
From the bride: At first it started off as a Boho theme but somehow ended up being more of a Boho/Country Wedding. I wanted to make it as Boho as possible because I just feel like it represents who I am.
Being on a budget I couldn’t afford a wedding planner so I planned everything myself. My husband, family and I made the centerpieces, wedding arch, and all décor.
Plan on having a planner
If I would have had the money for it in my budget, I definitely would have gotten a wedding planner especially for the day of the wedding. Even though my family helped me with everything, it was a lot of work.
Embrace each moment
Even though it might not always go the way you planned it, try and make the best out of it. You will never get that day back so just relax, be happy, laugh off the mishaps, cherish the moments with your loved ones, and just live a little. That day is about you and your husband’s love for one another; don’t let anything take that away from you.
Photographers: Kristen Curette Photography
Fashion: Muse Clothing
Flowers: Westside Flower Exchange
Jewelry: Robbins Bros
Groom & His Men: Express & Men’s Warehouse
Cakes & Catering: Alegria Brazilian Grill
Rentals: Any Occasion Party Rentals
Beauty: Jessica Garza
Lighting & Entertainment: Soulphisticated Entertainment
Venues & Officiants: Joel Montes of New Life Church
Paper Goods & Calligraphy: Bride | Favors & Details: Bride & Family