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23.9.08

Inspiration Board :: Lulu Cowboy

I had the pleasure of attending a rodeo on Saturday - what more, my very best girlfriend and her husband were in the rodeo. SexyHusband and I straddled the fence, drank a few beers, and I took about three hundred pictures. It was a really nice way to spend one last sunny summer day.

When I saw the BBQ invitation on the Lulu Paper website it made me think of my Saturday, surrounded by cowboys, and how that would translate into a wedding...

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Sources ::
Invitation Lulu Paper; Cowboy Couple and Bonfire Brides; Cake I Dream of Cake; Button Heart Cox & Cox

Barn and Dessert Buffet Michèle M. Waite; Roped into Love tag Estilo Weddings; Aqua lanterns Unknown; Carnation Bouquet Michèle M. Waite; Horseshoe Escort Cards Brides

Cookies in a Jar Favour Chef’s Catalogue; Hanging Shelf Sillapere; Cowgirl Boots Natalie Moser; Fun Couple Michèle M. Waite

6 comments:

Abbie said...

I love that you posted this!! I've bartended at our local rodeo for over 5 years now and love it. I drool over weddings with cowboy boots and am tempted to wear them for part of mine.

Creative Montage said...

I just adore this! I love that its not too serious but extremely well thought out! Thanks for sharing this!

leah duncan said...

This is so lovely! Living in Texas has made me truly appreciate cowboy culture and there would be nothing cooler than a real cowboy inspired wedding! So glad that we could be of inspiration- thanks so much for sharing this!

Lisa from Blush said...

Abbie :: You should, at the very least, have a pair of cowboy boots on the side, ready to change into when the time is right! I have a really cute picture of a girl sitting on a step with pink cowboy boots on under her hitched up dress - sooooo sweet.

Creative Montage :: thanks, I'm glad you liked it!

Leah :: You are so welcome! Thanks for the inspiration.

Bride Chic said...

So original!

One Love Photo said...

Oh this is a fun one, what a great combo of concepts and images!