Creamy Terra Cotta Arches

 

As solid and strong as ever ancient columns stabilize the arches. Gracefully they string together, telling about bygone eras.

Giving the glance of the past to the here and now, ennobling the value of every moment.

Despite gorgeously blooming nature ancient walls set the note. Creamy terra cotta defeats lush green and bold red.

„Our palette of apricot, dusty rose, and rich greens was pulled directly from the surroundings at Escondido, Texas.“ the successful wedding planner Meggie Francisco told us.

Most of all the estate´s uncommon light shade of terra cotta was worth it to be picked up within the entire design. Noble calligraphy, tender linens and ribbons as well as several details of the table setting now mirror this graceful color.

Another highlight without a doubt was the beautiful gown. The romantic yet daring Ines di Santo gown combines delicate lace with daring lines for a sexy yet demure bridal look, which is complimented by an organic, free-flowing bouquet with abundant greens and pale apricot and blush florals.the proud wedding designer continued.

Photographer Stephanie Brazzle did not leave Meggie´s side that day to capture this wonderful mixture of ancient and modern wedding inspirations for us. Go and see for yourselves!

Text and Translation: Marina Jenewein

 

 

PHOTOGRAPHY: Stephanie Brazzle
WEDDING PLANNING + DESIGN: Meggie Francisco
FLORAL DESIGN: Posh Floral
WEDDING DRESS DESIGNER: Ines Di Santo
BRIDAL BOUTIQUE: Neiman Marcus Downtown Dallas
HAIR + MAKE-UP: Anastasia Strattan
GROOM’S ATTIRE: Nordstrom
STATIONERY: The Paper Pad
LINEN RENTALS: La Tavola Fine Linen
JEWELRY: Shapiro Diamonds
BRIDE’S SHOES: Aruna Seth
GLASSWARE: World Market
CHINA: Crate and Barrel
FLATWARE: Bella Acento
CHAIRS: Suite 206

 

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