Young bride and groom making eye contact. Asymmetrical bouquet front and center.

Modern Boho Wedding in South Houston, Texas

Kenny and Allison's wedding was the perfect example of how to have a smaller, intimate wedding yet still be larger than life. While the wedding gives off very dominant modern boho vibes,  their wedding included personal touches from their family, (including Kenny's Native American background) and their Texas roots. You know I hate going into too much detail about the weddings since as the florist I am not even there during the festivities, but I did want to share some of the neat things we came up with to help them really get a great bang for their buck with their flowers. 


The Wedding Ceremony:

The ceremony flowers are always the hardest to justify in my opinion. You are only enjoying the decor for a total of maybe an hour. So the key thing to do is to make sure you are using things that can be utilized at the reception! Allison really like the arch idea, so we tried to make the arch as easy for them to move as we can. Then the arrangements down the aisle were super easy to just grab and move. And all became the backdrop for their sweetheart table which I think that is the best way to really stretch your dollar! 

Houston Texas wedding natural wood with string lights and white chairs surrounded by flowers.Close up of white chairs and wedding ceremony flower arrangements


The personal flowers:

One thing I always enjoy doing is to use a flower in the groom's boutonniere and match it with the bouquet. I did this with the small yellow flowers (of which the name escapes me) and the chocolate cosmos. I think Kenny did great pulling it off along with his bolo-- what do you think?! Allison's bouquet we wanted to be colorful, but still along the boho vein. The pampas grass definitely finished the look and went perfectly with her dress (did you notice the fringe?!)

Groom in glasses wearing a bolo tie and modern boutonniere.Bride's modern boho bouquet by Houston florist Amanda Bee


The Reception:

Since it was outside and a little more casual, Hannah from Loose Ends (check her out HERE) suggested doing the brown medicine bottles and lots of fun candles. I wanted to really focus on the boho vibe, so I also included lots of Zinnas, Cottage Yarrow and smaller textures to keep it from looking like my normal, garden style. 

Head table at outdoor barn wedding with flower alter by Houston florist and string lights.Young Texas bride wearing fringe jean jacket outside.

Boho wedding table decor with tapered camdles and brown medicine bottles for vase.Laser cut wooden sign with bride and groom name, Texas symbols, and dogs accented by flowers.

Close up of bride and groom table with textured boho flowers and framed photos of the couple.Boho wedding cake with real flowers on sliver of wood.

Houston wedding with Whataburger and table number.Young bride holding boho asymmetrical bouquet and groom with bolo tie.

Close up of young bride with asymmetrical rustic wedding flowers.Close up of bride wearing boho crown with makeup artist.



This was the funnest set of wedding vendors! I am so happy to have been a part of this day! 

Coordinator/Designer: Mustard Seed Photography

Venue: Holiday Acres Farm 

Hair + MUA: Sunkissed and Made-up 

Florals: ME!

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