Kelly really outdid herself with this rustic wildflower bouquet. The arrangement combines mixes of purple, white and yellow for a stand-out bouquet. It consisted of sunflowers and bluebonnets – the official flower of her home state, Texas.
Long sleeved dress
I love lace detailing, but I have a soft spot for all-lace gowns as well. And my favorite part about Kelly’s ensemble was the long sleeves. Kelly walked down the aisle in Temperley Bridal’s “Jessamine” dress from the Iris collection. Long sleeves are great for fall or winter nuptials when the weather is a bit chillier. It keeps you covered up while still showing off just enough skin. I also love this gown with an illusion neckline and sheer, detailed sleeves for a look similar to Kelly’s.
Kelly and Brandon decided to share their wedding video with everyone, and if this adorable video doesn’t convince you to hire a videographer, I don’t know what will. I love the idea of having your nuptials captured in real-time so that you can look back on it years later and remember that special day. After all, it goes by in a blur, so you’ll be glad you have a way to remember all the details.
A glam headband
I love that Kelly decided to add a touch of glam to her otherwise country-themed nuptials. Maria Elena was the designer behind her wedding headpiece, and the filigree Swarovski crystal headband, detailed with opals and pearls, is just gorgeous. This just goes to show that mixing and matching certain wedding styles can really mesh beautifully.
Kelly’s hairstyle is just to die for. She had her hair pulled up into a romantic updo with a slightly undone feel. And believe it or not, her hairstylist Robert Ramos said there was no trial run for her beautiful locks. He had an idea of what she was going for and created the style without too many rules or guidelines from the bride.
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