We love the idea of celebrating a fresh, growing love with a spring season wedding. The warmth of the sun shining on those first days of spring coupled with soft grass beginning to grow in again after the winter brought inspiration to this photo shoot in Dallas, Texas. A cheerful color pallet of coral and mint highlighted the season.
To see more gorgeous coral and mint wedding inspiration, view the full gallery, lovingly photographed by Amanda Jameson Photography.
Jessa of Squeeze My Hand, created all the stationery pieces for the shoot. The invitation was designed to show the combination of letterpress and digital printing. The fun polka dots and bright colors feel like spring. Save the date coasters were sent out to inform guests about the upcoming celebration. She also designed the mini glass jars filled with coral Himalayan salts as a favor for guests to enjoy after the wedding. After all.. the salt of life IS love!
Mint and coral pops of color against the dark rustic wooden table display a lively contrast. We wanted to create some whimsical movement & texture, so we attached long flowing ribbons coupled with scalloped lace as a runner. Rent My Dust provided us with mint glass dishware and colorful accent handkerchiefs. White scalloped handkerchiefs with guests’ names enveloped the silverware and served as our place cards. A yarn and ribbon wrapped table number helped guests find their way to their table. Mint colored glass vases held bright, jovial floral arrangements by Kate Foley.
Our groom, Chris, wore mint green bow tie and fun stripped green socks while our bride’s stunning hairpiece (Kate Foley) and make-up by Miranda Purdue complemented her beauty. Her gorgeous dress, designed by Maggie Sottero, completed the look.