By June 2020, wedding vendors were beginning to get a bit antsy due to the COVID lockdown. Texas began lifting lockdown mandates and allowing small events to resume with social distancing & mask guidelines in place. This triggered an influx of tiny weddings & micro-weddings, so to play off of this trend, so of our wedding friendors decided to draw inspiration. Our sister brand, Sugar Creek Creative, designed this beautiful English Garden meets Boho micro-wedding on the rooftop of the Frost Tower building in downtown Fort Worth at Palmwood Events. Micro-weddings weren’t new, but COVID shined a much bigger spotlight on them.
Micro-weddings allow for a greater attention to the design & details. Less guests to feed means more room in the budget for design, details & guest experience. In this editorial, our vision was to create an overgrown secret garden feel with pops of boho elements to the rooftop at Palmwood and Justine’s Flowers created the exact vision we dreamed up and Beatbox Portraits photographed it beautifully.
From the Sugar Creek Collection: Wooden Crossback Chairs, Hadley Wooden Circle Arch, Prescott Blue Rug, Brass Candle Holders, Camilla Sofa, Lucille Cane Back Chairs, Eliza Brass Coffee Table, Assorted Pillows, Light Blue Goblets, Clear Goblets, Natural Weave Chargers, Vera Table, and Mixed Flatware.