Sedona and Cash chose a neutral palette as a backdrop for the soft textures and natural hues of green and lavender at their winter wedding at the White Sparrow Barn! With simple greenery bouquets for the bridesmaids and a huge white and green bouquet including white roses, ferns and eucalyptus for the stunning bride, the floral designs added a simple yet breathtaking touch to the beautiful all-white barn. Lavender wreaths, handmade by the bride, adorned the large white doors to create the altar for the ceremony. Cottonwood Road Photography captured their stunning celebration!
A neutral winter White Sparrow Barn wedding in Quinlan, TX
I really wanted the color palette to be airy and neutral, with primarily whites and natural greenery. There were pops of color with my matron and maid of honors dresses in floral hues.
As far as unique details, my wedding ring has been passed down through my family for over 100 years and I'm super super excited that I get to be part of the next love story it gets to see.
I also really enjoyed putting my own personal touches on the decor, everything from the wreaths, centerpieces, and dinner menu signage were all made by me. It was the most relaxing part of the whole wedding planning process. – Sedona
- Photographer: Cottonwood Road Photography
- Venue: White Sparrow Barn
- Floral Designer: Holly Viles Design
- Cake Designer: Chelsea's
- Dress Designer: Essense of Australia
- Dress Store: Patsy's Bridal
- Hair Stylist: Samantha Wheeler and Hannah Sneed
- Makeup Artist: Hannah Sneed
- Catering: Soulman's BBQ
- Entertainment: LeForce Entertainment