Spanish-Mediterranean Design at The Gallery

Featuring Mediterranean architecture and Old World charm in the heart of Houston, Texas, The Gallery is a destination all its own. The venue features Saltillo tile, warm wood tones, and abounding garden ivy, all inspiration for the design of this shoot to be rich in color and texture with a subtle Spanish flair. A neutral palette was punctuated with distinctive Mediterranean cobalt blue in the glassware, dinner plates, and a talavera-inspired invitation suite on textured paper. On the table, iron candelabras adorned with fuchsia boronia heather and greenery mimicked the ornate wrought iron gates seen throughout the grounds. Warm sunset hues of crimson, orange sorbet, yellow, and soft pink were woven into the bride's bouquet and floral garnishes of the buttercream cake. A tranquil fountain at the center of the open-air terrace served as an elegant setting for graceful bridal portraits. The charming white dress with a modern hi-low silhouette paired perfectly with the bride's traditional Spanish mantilla veil. Glowing skin, a bold red lip, and cascading curls enhanced her natural beauty creating a clean, classic look.

MUAH: Beauty Call Hair and Makeup

Paper goods + invitation suite: Bluebonnet Press

Venue: The Gallery

Photography, design, coordination: Jacquelyn Nicole Photography

Floral: Poison Ivy Floral Events

Rentals: What's the Occasion Linens and Decor

Cake: Whisk Bakery

Models: Alex Lackey and Kassandra Soto