The crisp white lines of the classic Parker Manor venue were the a stunning canvas for this lovely lavender wedding day. Plantation style venues hold all of the Southern charm that we adore, while still encompassing a clean and elegant feel. The shades of lavender and violet that filled the day were subtle, yet eye-catching. KC Photography and Design had the pleasure of creating this bespoke wedding invitation suite, and we are over-the-moon in love with the water color and calligraphy details that make up this one of a kind wedding stationery set, printed on hand-made, recycled, deckle edge paper. Landace, with Designed 2 Perfection, was the beautifully-unique, creative thought process behind this day; she also provided Greta’s blooming bouquet. The way Landace envisioned the small emerald accents, that truly made the lavender tones come to life, was pure creative genius. Greta and Brandon celebrated the evening by enjoying a hand painted watercolor-floral cake by Back Home Bakery. This two tiered, delicious, cake is one that will be a favorite of ours for years to come, the detail is simply gorgeous!! We just love how the vintage pieces, provided by Borrowed Treasures, encompassed the feel of vintage eclectic. The stunning vintage couch and chairs in the lounge area were a gorgeous focal point in the back courtyard. Even more eclectic were the details in the layered place settings topped with menus that again were adorned with the couple’s monogram. Greta and Brandon’s luscious lavender wedding day in North Texas was true dream wedding on a bright and airy plantation style backdrop.