Boots 'n Blooms: Amy + Kurt's Cowboy Country Wedding

Cowboy boots made a fun, stylish statement at Amy and Kurt's country western wedding at Newcastle Wedding Gardens. From the bride and bridemaids' footwear to the centerpieces (yes, the centerpieces), cowboy boots abounded! Amy and Kurt's wedding colors were an earth tone palette of burgundy, rust, yellow, brown and green. We used an assortment of florals including antique hydrangea, red hypericum, dahlia, sedum, celosia, roses, green trick, succulents, craspedia, echinacea pods, seeded eucalyptus and succulents to pull all the colors together, without it feeling too "busy." The bouquets popped with color off the bridesmaid's brick red dresses without getting lost and looked goregous in glowing bride Amy's hands. Jeff with Sharpe Wedding Photography captured these great photos.

In this case, please do put your feet on the table! Elegant cowboy boots with bling belts and pretty blooms made for a fashionable – and surprising – centerpiece! Fun and creative idea by wedding planner and designer, Georgia Barron. She provided the boots and we added the florals.

Wedding Flowers: Visual Impact Design

Photographer: Sharpe Wedding Photography

Event Designer: Georgia Barron

Venue: Newcastle Wedding Gardens

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