Caroline and Chance broke the usual wedding traditions, and ended up with the perfect blend of contradictions. Vintage and modern, sweet and edgy, romantic and vibrant. Caroline is an art teacher and hand crafted everything herself! From the mason jar centerpieces and wedding signs, to the succulent wedding favors, seating chart, you name it!
The centerpieces were accented with clay pots made by the bride that were filled with succulents. Any bride who can make practically everything for her wedding, including over 100 clay pots, and can still be calm on her wedding day is ultra fabulous. Enjoy more of this vintage modern Texas wedding in the full gallery here, all photographed beautifully by Elisabeth Carol Photography.
Denton Florist designed the prettiest white and green wedding bouquet. Be sure to notice the hand painted chevron and burlap wrap on Caroline’s bouquet. Such a great little touch, don’t you think?
Putting groomsmen in suspenders is a wedding trend that is fancy yet laid back all in the same moment! Pair it with jeans, khakis or dress pants and you have an easy on-trend wedding look for the groom and his men.
Caroline and Chance’s had their reception at Oak Street Drafthouse. Retaining the integrity of the antique house while offering a laid back environment with a large outdoor area that allows people to feel comfortable, as if they were at home in their own backyard. Making a super unique and trendy wedding venue.
STOP! Check out their adorable photo-booth sign that can easily be made with poster board, a sharpie and some creativity. Above are the hand-made clay pot succulent favors that Caroline made for their family and friends as wedding gifts. We love a crafty bride!
Photographer: Elisabeth Carol Photography
Venue: Little Chapel in the Woods
Cake: Davis Purity Bakery
Dress Designer: David's Bridal
Flowers: Denton Florist
Reception Venue: Oak Street Drafthouse