Carrington Crossing

We recently had the pleasure of working with the lovely women of Carrington Crossing, a new wedding venue in Buda, TX. Located on Main Street in the charming historical downtown of Buda, the building was originally a pharmacy and has since been converted into an antique shop. Most recently, it’s transitioned into a venue space. With its gorgeous exterior gardens and an understated elegant interior, it’s surely a wonderful new location for brides to consider when hunting for their perfect location.

I immediately fell in love with the light, peeling paint that exposed original brick walls, as well as the original stained hardwood floors with their slightly tattered appearance that only adds to the character of the space. The natural lighting within and abundant windows at the entrance to the venue provided for stunning photos without the need for flash photography.

We put together a true bohemian vignette with mismatched vessels and simple bud vases for a dainty touch. Brass pieces were  filled with larger arrangements full of bright colored florals to create the cheerful aesthetic we were hoping to portray.

Bohemian style has been trending for quite some time now, but it doesn’t seem to be going anywhere soon – and we’re thankful for that! Below is our take on a cozy-boho lounge area that will certainly inspire future brides to utilize more color on their special days. The unexpected pink and navy pairing is neutralized by our bamboo and wood pieces.

cozy-boho lounge area styled by birch & brass

A Raye sofa with Turkish Kilim Pillows

Angelino Wooden Theatre Seats in a Bohemian lounge area

Assorted brass candlesticks

Design, styling, and florals by Birch & Brass Vintage Rentals. Photography by J.Noel Photography.

Birch & Brass inventory utilized: Raye sofa,  Caleb mantel, Angelino theatre seats, Smith table, Beatrix candlesticks, Mandy coffee table, Assorted clear glass,  Orion lanterns, Turkish Kilim pillows, Assorted brass candlesticks,  Bridget trays, Rupert vessels, Hattie vessel, Maude teapot, Suki rug, Hailey rug, Roscoe chairs, Claire table, Grant table, Wood terrarium,

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