We strive to find weddings that take us out of our comfort zone. Those that thrill and amaze us by doing things so non-tradish. Ingenious duo Joelle & J wowed us with their artistic and not to mention, uber creative country feel wedding. It comes at no surprise that their wedding would be inventive and hands down awesome, being that both bride + groom are Pump Project artists, as well as Joelle also being an event coordinator at UMLAUF Sculpture Gardens. Aside from their impressive resumes, this dandy couple was also very hands-on with their wedding prep, doing most, if not everything themselves. Joelle handmade animal paintings that not only served as favors, but also did double duty as table seating cards. J handmade boutonnieres made with branches, succulent air plant, & buttons of opalescent pink + purple for himself as well as his groomsmen. Joelle continued to charm her guests with a handmade, hanging wall of multicolored yarn poms that made for a spectacular backdrop.
But, none of this charm & creativity would be done justice without the the remarkable talent of Cory Ryan Photography. Her charisma & talent shined through with every photo taken of these very unique and chic Bee Cave, Texas nuptials. Cory was not only honored, but excited to shoot the wedding of other folks from the industry. Cory stated, “The couple constructed the singularly most amazing centerpieces I may have ever seen. Spray painted horses & dinosaurs in pastel candy colors were surrounded with table numbers and frames with nested birds atop and both real and fake pom flowers inter dispersed.”
Photographer: Cory Ryan Photography // Floral Designer: Arthouse Design // Etsy Designer: Divine Domestication // Caterer: pink avocado catering // DIY or Handmade Goods Designer: Project U // Band: The whiskeyshivers // Submitted via Two Bright Lights
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