When these two married, the Hotel Drover was brand new! It’s quickly becoming a Fort Worth Stockyards iconic staple, with it’s Texas elegance and cowboy chic. Shiloh’s color and aesthetic choices were modern and romantic all the way. This time we got to partner with photographer extraordinaire, Alana Bishop.
Shiloh’s dress was a floating dream of silk, and Chase was movie-star handsome in black. What a gorgeous pair.
The Drover was the perfect background – who could ask for more?
Her bridesmaids wore one of my favorite colors, olive. Brighter greens are great for spring, but in the fall, this warm, golden, earthy green is fabulous. In velvet, no less.
As for the flowers – we worked out a palette of blush, taupe, and mauve, with some peachy neutrals and rusty natural texture.
For the reception flowers (sadly no photos), I ended up using one of my favorite new things, Lisette chrysanthemums. So absolutely beautiful, such subtle shades!
And a petal toss at the end of the ceremony! What a beautiful day.