A Styled Shoot at Lost Mission | Boerne + San Antonio, TX Wedding Planner
Sometimes, when we aren’t crazy busy planning and executing beautiful weddings, we get to create magic with some amazing vendors like we did this Spring at Lost Mission venue in Spring Branch, TX. When Abi from Cupcake Photography reached out to me saying she wanted to do a shoot that showcased Hispanic roots, without the typical ‘fiesta’ colors, I was in! We called this shoot "(Cinder) Ella y el Mariachi". I got to work creating a mood board to present to the venue, florist, and other creatives involved. What came out of this shoot was pure magic! Check out some of these gorgeous setups below, and hopefully it gives you inspiration for your big day!
This custom invitation suite by The Girl General brought together our vision for a blue & white Spanish theme, coupled with the rich-toned floral by DeVinnie’s Paradise that totally transformed the chapel of Lost Mission.
Lazy Creek Designs created a fun map as an accompaniment to our invitation suite, which is a great thing to include if you have out-of-town guests coming for your big day! Fun fact, the couple shown here was actually a bride & groom of mine from last fall that got married! I thought they would be perfect for the shoot, and lucky for us, they said yes!
I knew when we were planning this shoot that I wanted to bring in Ashley from A.Cherie. She makes custom wedding gowns (veils, too!) and this dress was perfect for our Spanish-themed day.
We came up with some really great ideas to include Spanish heritage into this shoot, things we think your guests would love! Tequila shot favors? Yes please! A pan dulce and sangria bar…does it get any better?! 2Tarts also made us a gorgeous blue & white tiled cake to fit the concept perfectly!
While we were working up at the chapel, DeVinnie’s Paradise was down at the reception site of Lost Mission creating straight magical romance for one of the most stunning sweetheart tables we have probably ever seen. I mean, YOU GUYS! From the blue and white mis-matched china, to the custom place card tiles, to the papel picado hanging from the venue’s Edison-bulb chandelier…this was EVERYTHING.
We later transitioned into an outdoor reception setup, completed with single roses at each place setting, because who wouldn’t want one of those?! The venue’s firewall coupled with VEGA'S DJ’s ambient up-lighting created the perfect scene for our bride and groom – and yes, they really did dance like that ;) SWOON.