Florencia + Brian had the difficult challenge of blending their two, totally opposite cultures together for their big day. Yet as you will soon see, all of the details came together flawlessly! With a color palette of gold, sky blue and white, they managed to infuse their wedding with personal details that represented both their Argentinian and Texan backgrounds.
Colors and Culture
From the bride: When I first started the wedding planning process I was overwhelmed as I did not know where to begin. But as I started thinking of what the wedding colors should be, the answer and vision for the wedding became clear. I chose white, light blue, and gold for my wedding colors as they represent the colors of the Argentina flag. It was very important for me that our wedding represented both my culture and Bryan’s (a Fort Worth native).
When we started planning our wedding we knew we wanted it to be a huge celebration, of not only the love Bryan and I share for each other, but also our love for our family and friends. And that’s exactly what we did. We started off our marriage dancing the night away, celebrating with those who mean most to us.
Some Good Advice
Advice I would have for future brides is to not leave any projects for the last week of the wedding! You will be super busy that week, dealing with unexpected issues and spending time with any out of town guests and family and you will definitely not have time to work on any wedding projects!
Photographers: Stephanie Brazzle Photography
Cakes & Catering: Frosted Art Bakery
Jewelry: The Diamond Doctor
Paper Goods & Calligraphy: Scribbles and Swirls
Beauty: Erin Blair Makeup
Brides Dress: Bridal Boutique Lewisville
Bridesmaid Dresses : Beside the Bride & Watters
Lighting & Entertainment: Its Your Night Entertainment
Transportation: Silver West Limousines
Photo Booth: My Live Photos
Wedding Films: Jonathan Link Studios
Favors & Details: LaMarca Prosecco, Rook Design Co & BHLDN
Shoes: Badgley Mischka