The white-washed look of The Grand Ivory in Texas was the perfect setting for this jewel-toned inspiration styled by Anna Rayner + a team of local creatives and flawlessly captured by Eliza Kennard.
Brightly colored blooms and a modern tablescape with velvet linen and gold flatware set a beautiful scene for an intimate reception. It’s a color palette we’re hoping to see more of, so take note brides! See all the must-see details below, and in the full gallery.
Enhancing the venues natural beauty
From Anna Rayner Creative: The Grand Ivory is a pristine venue set in the countryside town of Leonard, Texas. The venue itself is set upon 18 acres of land and features a luxurious barn, open-air chapel, an outdoor ceremony, and full-service cottages to serve as the bridal and groom suites. Together, with the vision of several creative individuals, DFW wedding vendors worked together to not only enhance the new venue's natural beauty but also incorporated elements that would bring attention to the artistic bride looking for carefully curated event design.
Intimate jewel-toned setting
Set inside the open-air, ivory-washed chapel in the Texas Countryside, an intimate jewel-toned setting awaits a bride and groom. Lush floral sweeps the length of a velvet lined table, clear glass and gold tabletop elements enhance the rich, jewel tones, and champagne cocktails donned with fresh berries are prepared to greet each guest. A light lavender linen drapes the backs of the chairs for the bride and groom completing the gorgeous setting for this intimate affair.