Breezy Beach Wedding Editorial Featured on Burnett’s Boards

View More: may be only February, but we’re already looking forward to the beginning of summer in a few short months! To help share our anticipation, we’re highlighting this bohemian beach wedding that was recently featured over on Burnett’s Boards.

From the skipping stone “escort cards” to the exotic florals from our dear friend Maribel of EightTreeStreet, this editorial is stunning down to the last detail – a level of excellence we’ve come to expect whenever we work with Alyssa of Lovely & Bubbly Events.  Enjoy our favorite shots from the day, let us know how you’d style a beachside wedding in the comments!
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The jewelry featured in this editorial includes our Sparkling Sea Lariat Necklace, Filigree Bracelet in Silver & White, and Oval & Teardrop Bridal Earrings. All are available in our shop.

The talented team of vendors who contributed to this shoot includes:

Photography: Lauren Werkheiser Photography
Planning & Styling: Lovely & Bubbly Events
Florals: EightTreeStreet
Venue: Flags Pond National Park
Makeup: Makeup by Kevan
Jewelry: J’Adorn Designs
Cufflinks: Memories for Life
Custom Glassware: Eikoh Design Studio
Cake: Sorby Sweets
Napkins: Make Good
Ribbon: Silk and Willow
Table Runner: Bellame

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  1. Being a redhead I was obsessed with the little mermaid growing up and always dreamed about a seaside wedding! With family in Central Texas it made it a little difficult to have a seaside wedding, so we ended up at an outdoor Central Texas wedding instead but MAN when we renew our vows it WILL be seaside thanks to this post! How gorgeous!! From the florals to the nautical cufflinks- I’m in love. I think I may have incorporated a bit of coral or some other beach like natural items into the tables but I think y’all did a lovely job putting this vision together!

    1. Kirsty, I think your vow renewal at the beach is an amazing idea! I too had a landlocked wedding but incorporated some beachy elements with sea glass and freshwater pearls in the decor & bridal party accessories. It’s not totally visible in the photos, but the table centerpiece was actually designed on a large piece of driftwood. The florist, Maribel, does incredible work!

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