Besides the cool weather, one of our favorite things about fall weddings are the jewel-toned color schemes that we see in many of our weddings. The deep, rich colors of teal, rust and particularly the emerald of Kyndall and Reagan’s wedding are so beautiful to work with in the world of florals!
This wedding was particularly special because I have done the florals of three weddings that Kyndall has been a bridesmaid in. It was so fun to see her day finally finally come to life with the help of her matron of honor (and one of our favorite planners!), Blaize of Borrowed and Blue TX.
Jewel-Toned Florals with the Emerald Backdrop
When it comes to choosing jewel-toned florals to match a wedding day, there are so many ways we can go about it. The emerald dresses the bridesmaids wore were the perfect backdrop for the jewel-toned florals in colors such as deep pinks and rich purples. We sprinkled them throughout the reception space at The Allen Farmhaus as well as a beautiful install on the cross backdrop for the ceremony. It was a picture perfect fall wedding if I do say so myself!
A Wedding Party that Came to Party
I don’t often get to spend too much time around those who are in the wedding party, but just from the few interactions with Kyndall and Reagan’s group of friends, I knew they were a blast. It was a true hometown wedding and so fun to see these old friends come together to celebrate them. And I think it is to safe from these pictures that they were indeed here for a good time!
Ceremony in the Chapel
There is something special about the moment Texas finally starts to get a few beautiful fall days and we were blessed with one on Kyndall + Reagan’s wedding day. The chapel at The Allen Farmhaus had the most beautiful glow as these two said ‘I do’ while surrounded by their family and friends!
More from Their Emerald Green Fall Wedding
The amazing vendor team that helped bring this wedding day to life:
Venue: The Allen Farmhaus
Planning: Borrowed and Blue TX
Photographer: Under the Sun Photography
Videographer: Created by Noah
Bartender: Margarita Madness
Florist: Reiley and Rose
June 1, 2022