Carolyn’s vibrant bouquet from Delma’s Flower Booth show off gorgeous roses with little pops of green, while the all-white alternative for her ‘maids look fresh against their LulaKate dresses. I’m perfectly smitten with the bride’s pinned up curls and glitzy birdcage veil from Enchanted Atelier. Standing next to Dustin in his sharp tux, the two make a gorgeous couple. Of course, their backdrop at the Museum of Fine Arts doesn’t hurt, either. Holy cow, y’all. Carolyn + Dustin’s reception makes a minimalist design perspective and a restrained color palette look grand. Bright blooms sprouting from tall and short vases stand out elegantly against the all-white tables, chairs, and china. Of course, pink and orange napkins punch up the scene. The newlyweds’ ombre cake topped with a magenta bow, courtesy of Olympia Catering, is a stunner — I may have already saved it to my folder of favorite wedding cakes. Maybe. Dessert is kicked up a notch with a Pinkberry ice cream bar (I die). I can’t forget to mention Carolyn’s adorable reception dress with a big pink bow. Big thanks to Tina Bass for sharing!
Husbands trying to figure out their wives: Any man tryin’ to figure out a woman ends up as confused as a cow in a parkin’ lot.