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Hi! I'm Jennifer, the owner, lead designer and novice flower grower at Wildly Cultivated, a boutique floral design studio. Native to North Carolina, I was raised on a small flower farm and went on to study art history, live abroad, and travel extensively. With my botanical knowledge and artistic training, I established Wildly Cultivated Floral Design in 2014 offering custom designed floral arrangements and styling services for weddings and special events using local, seasonal flowers including blooms from my own cutting garden. I'm committed to the American grown flower movement and source flowers from sustainable growers within the United States and in harmony with the botanical variety of the seasons. My work highlights the bounty of the season in loose, natural, garden-inspired arrangements. A little bit wild, but always thoughtfully composed.
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Inspired by a one-of-a-kind, non-traditional wedding dress, this modern mediterranean styled shoot from Nikk Nguyen Photography inspires us to embrace the creative and think outside the box when it comes to wedding day beauty! The Contemporary Austin – Laguna Gloria served as the backdrop for this inspirational shoot styled by Pearl Events Austin , which evokes the free-spiritedness and bold blue tones of Greece
Excitement and anticipation never waver when it’s time to release a new mag, and our Brides of Austin Spring/Summer 2019 issue launch at Springdale Station was no different! We were so thrilled to be in Austin on a gorgeous spring day to mingle with the top wedding vendors in central Texas and celebrate another beautiful magazine hitting newsstands! Springdale Station was
The day we’ve been anxiously awaiting has arrived! With our new Spring/Summer 2019 issue hitting newsstands, we’re so thrilled to share our latest bridal fashion editorial: ModWest – a modern southwest inspired bridal collection. With edgy, Austin-esque vibes and a perfect southwestern setting at Camp Lucy, this collection of gowns captured by Kristin La Voie Photography is sure to inspire any Hill Country bride! Hues
There is never a more exciting day than cover reveal day, and boy oh boy, have we been sitting on pins and needles waiting to debut the all-new Brides of Austin Spring/Summer 2019 cover! Introducing the pretty new cover, captured by the oh-so-talented Kristin La Voi Photography! This colorful image from our Modwest fashion editorial at Camp Lucy instantly made our hearts sing,
For the final installment of our countdown to the Brides of Austin cover, we’re elated to share a sneak peek from our Spring/Summer 2019 fashion editorial! Captured by Kristin La Voie Photography at Camp Lucy, this incredible Modwest inspiration features jaw-dropping gowns like the uniquely chic off-the-shoulder Moonlight and Moss gown, plus more amazing fashion-forward dresses (and even a pant suit!) from Unbridaled, Julian Gold, Blush Bridal Lounge and Beatitude
Starting today, we are counting down to the cover of the all-new issue of Brides of Austin! We’re kicking things off with five must-see floral arrangements gracing the pages of the Spring/Summer 2019 mag. You’ll find these beautiful blooms throughout the pages of the newest issue, along with plenty more floral inspiration from some of Austin’s top wedding florists! Be sure to keep
Quintessentially Austin, this free-spirited urban elopement inspiration from Nikk Nguyen Photography gives us all the moody boho vibes! Nikk worked with the team at Pearl Events Austin to plan this styled shoot on the rooftop of The Contemporary Austin – Jones Center. In the heart of downtown and with clean, modern lines, this venue was the perfect backdrop to introduce
Happy New Year’s Eve! It’s time once again to reflect upon all the gorgeousness we saw this year from central Texas weddings, and today we’re sharing our favorite Austin wedding decor trends of 2018! These statement-making decor choices add a pop of pizazz to ATX weddings and styled shoots and inspired us to be bold! Take a look back through