At first glance, Hannah and Eddie’s wedding has a softness and simplicity that I absolutely love. The subtle white and ivory in her flowers allowed her beauty to take center stage. Look closely at all the details, though, and you’ll see how Hannah personalized her day with a unique twist: GEODES! She mirrored this natural wonder in her decor to add depth and surprise. It totally rocked! (See what I did there?) What a fun way to make this day truly her own! Spoiler alert: the turquoise and gold accents had me swooning.
Their reception was held at Eberley Brooks in Lubbock, Texas. Seriously, this venue is such a great canvas! It has a rustic charm that you can so easily personalize for any occasion. I especially liked that Hannah paired turquoise accents against the natural wood for a unique flair.
Look at these sweet faces! The floral crowns frame them perfectly.
I love how boutonnieres add that little finishing touch to the men in the bridal party.
Check out how the exposed brick makes the white in Hannah’s bouquet really stand out. I also really like the geometric candle holders next to the softness of her flowers. Contrast makes such great eye candy.
We used greenery on the pillars to draws the eye upward toward those gorgeous chandeliers. Mood lighting anyone?
Of course I also had to include a picture of this geode inspired cake! The perfect example of simplicity and surprise.
It was wonderful to be a part of Hannah and Eddie’s celebration. I hope their lives follow the same theme as their beautiful day: simple but full of amazing surprises along the way!
Photographs provided by Heather Sanderson Photography.