This talented team of vendors decided to bring a little bit of Beverly Hills to Dripping Springs, Texas. Patterned textiles and tropical accents paired with colorful rentals truly transport you to a different time and place. And while this wedding inspo shoot is bursting with color, the expert eye of these wedding pros kept this design very real and approachable. The deep green elements mesh beautifully with the lush garden backdrop and the bright oranges are sprinkled throughout and balanced by softer pastels like pink and yellow.
Perfectly Uncommon Weddings designed this vibrant inspiration shoot and brought in some of the area's most talented wedding pros to bring their vision to life. Dripping Springs Distilling is a brand new venue and its beautiful outdoor spaces were perfect for this tropical wedding vibe. Using various forms of palm fronds and a colorful assortment of flowers, Monarch Florals incorporated the color palette from the inspiration into every floral arrangement from the ceremony arch to the ones on the reception tablescape. Angela King Photography captured every little detail in these bright photos so couples can easily recreate this fun inspiration for themselves. Keep reading to hear more from Erin Heiser of Perfectly Uncommon Weddings and be sure to check out the full gallery for even more inspo.
This shoot was inspired by the infamous Beverly Hills Hotel. We wanted to hit upon the hotel’s 1960’s tropical resort vibes. The patterns and bold pinks and greens can be found in very recognizable places around the hotel. We brought out the bold patterns in the tablecloths, on the reception tables, cocktail tables, and the cake! When I looked at photos of the Beverly Hills hotel, I loved the boldness of the designs all around the property and one can almost get starstruck just looking at the hotel itself because of how iconic it is. This shoot took place in the wedding capital of Texas, Dripping Springs! This was exciting for us as this venue was brand-spankin' new, Dripping Springs Distilling. We were so very lucky to work with all of these wonderful vendors in Austin, including the ultra-talented bakers, Cakes Rock!!! and Finery and Cake, who provided cake and cookies. And, of course, last but not least, the colors and beauty of this day were captured flawlessly by the incomparable Angela King Photography.
The rentals were chosen carefully from Monarch Event Rentals and Festoon and provided the perfect lounge pieces and table settings that filled out the world we wanted to create. The head table was adorned above by a huge, gorgeous floral installation by Monarch Florals. The flowers really tied the theme and the color palette together better than we could have imagined! Monarch is so talented and the designers are known for really thinking outside the box when it comes to placement and variety. The color palette was really more of a jumping-off point but what really helped us was remembering the patterns and theme of the hotel. One of my favorite parts of the shoot was the custom-made invitation suite by Paper Place which pulled together the bold patterns and textures in such an eye-catching way–we were completely in love with the end result.
Our couple, Lesley and Sandra, are a real couple who came to us through social media saying they never had the chance to have a large wedding reception with family and friends. They were excited to get dressed up and play the roles they hadn’t been able to play yet in their love story. Their makeup and hair were beautifully done by Molly Makeup And Hair. The wedding dresses were donated by Melange Bridal and the pantsuit was donated generously by Lace And Grace Bridal Boutique.
1. Create a vision board and stick to it.
2. Rent as much as you can from one rental company to save on delivery fees.
3. With this specific style of wedding, florals were extremely important, so try to find a florist who can execute your design beautifully.View All Images