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Courtney Pino of Loblolly Farm designed this editorial to highlight how couples can incorporate their cultural heritage into their event design. To celebrate a Mexican/American heritage, Courtney styled with bright colors and let her floral design take the lead. Seasonal, early summer blooms of dahlia, garden rose, peony, cosmos and zinnia, steal the show in their stunning bold, summer palette. Traditional patterns, prints and bold colors brought out the essence of the American Southwest and its Mexican influence. The vibrance of the terra-cotta orange with pops of rich blues stuns in the invitations byWith Wild and Grace and on the tabletop. Photographer Kim Branagan capture all the details (including some pretty fab bridal accessories) in these fun, film images.

Design: Courtney Pino, Loblolly Farm // Photography: Kim Branagan // Florals & Venue: Loblolly Farm // Paper: With Wild and Grace // HMUA: Susan Lim // Gown: Rue de Seine // Boutique: Lovely Bride // Earrings: Ranjana Khan // Kimono: Anthropologie // Shoes: Pour La Victoire // Model: Andrea Ventura // Linens: La Tavola // Tabletop: West Elm // Tabletop: Pottery Barn