Loved this afternoon wedding! Lots of cute DIY decor, a gorgeous boho bride, and some of my favorite and unique portraits I have ever taken! Adrienne opted for dried flowers and I think it paired so well with the industrial chic venue, The Monroe Pearson in Denton Texas. Sewing hoops replaced bridesmaids bouquets along with matching floral crowns. The exposed brick, funky and unique details mixed with gorgeous furniture made it so fun to photograph.
Their exit was so cool, they had guests shower them with foil paper cranes to tie into their honeymoon in Japan. That's right, Japan! Their family was so full of love and their ceremony included something I had not seen before. Each guest came up and placed a flower in a circle around the couple to symbolize the love and protection the family and friends represent around the newly married couple. It was a great way to include the guests. After the exit we headed over to Denton Square for portraits that ended in an old book/record store that this couple has shopped at before. I loved doing something different and they were both so flexible and chill to try anything I asked of them. Couldn't have asked for a more wonderful couple to work with.
See the full gallery below and enjoy how unique and gorgeous Adrienne and Zack's day truly was!
Best of luck to this sweet couple as they tackle the next chapter in their lives. I know it will be filled with lots of love and adventure!