A Romantic Garden Wedding at Clark Gardens in Weatherford, Texas

Mary Ellen and Ethan's romantic garden wedding was brought to life with a color palette of metallic neutrals and rose tones. I chose to get married in

Mary Ellen and Ethan's romantic garden wedding was brought to life with a color palette of metallic neutrals and rose tones. I chose to get married in a garden because there’s so much natural beauty and life there. I always wanted to get married barefoot and outside...what better place than a garden? It's a place that touches all your senses in a magical way! Mary Ellen says.

The bridesmaids wore matching silk silver gowns.
Personalized water bottles were provided to those who worked up a thirst on the dance floor.
Mary Ellen wanted her bouquet to look like flowers gathered from a garden--her oversize pastel bouquet featured anemones, roses and sweet peas.
The bridesmaid bouquets were similar to the bridal bouquet, filled with bunches of tulips, stock, roses and white hydrangeas.
The three-tier cake featured a white ruffled, textured frosting and was decorated with fresh roses and hypericum berries.
The centerpieces also carried the fresh-from-the-garden theme with a lovely arrangement of peonies, hydrangeas, roses and sweet peas.
Small bunches of pastel roses were tied to the gray ceremony chairs.
The elegant white invitations featured a lovely black script.
The couple shared their first dance to OneRepublic's Burning Bridges.
The reception tables featured a mix of high and low centerpiece decor, as well as charming candle votives.
The large, romantic ceremony flowers were displayed in giant silver vases and featured a lovely arrangement of hydrangeas, sweet peas, tulips and roses.
Lush floral arrangements and decked-out chandeliers decorated the inside of the couple's tented reception.
The groomsmen wore red rose boutonnieres accented with red berries.
The ranunculus boutonnieres were accented with tiny red berries.