Monthly Archives: February 2015

Sparkly spring outdoor wedding at The Four Seasons

Austin is perfect for an outdoor ceremony, especially in the spring. Select the lawn of The Four Seasons Hotel overlooking Lady Bird Lake and you have an exquisite event in the making.  Add in sparkly gold sequins, a little gold leaf and  gorgeous white peonies and we are all in!  One of my favorite escort card displays from last season along with the stunning gold candelabra made this one of the springs best soirees.  Thanks to Barbara for the planning and Pam at A’la Vie for the amazing images once again.

Bride and Groom chair covers with fresh flowers.

Classic summer wedding at The Driskill

The Driskill Hotel is the perfect setting for a classic, romantic wedding.  With Pam from A’ la Vie behind the lens, Barbara from Barbaras Brides handling the planning  and an absolutely gorgeous bride and groom, it was an event to remember.  We loved designing the custom chair covers used at the aisle entrance and then upcycyled  to the bride and groom chairs.  The color palette of navy blue, white and green made The Mezzanine picture perfect.

 

 

Outdoor Hill Country wedding at Ma Maison

Amazing sunset.

Amazing sunset.

The Details.

Low lush centerpieces for farm tables. Silver Candelabras for farm tables. The Grand Hall at Ma Maison. The Grand Hall at Ma Maison with gorgeous lighting details.

Cedar cross accented with native foliages.

Cedar cross accented with native foliages.

Outdoor ceremony at Ma Maison. The Grove at Ma Maison. A heart warming story. Custom stationary by The Inviting Pear. The Grand Hall at Ma Maison. Schugart_Smith_Cory_Ryan_Photography_KellenTrevorWedding664_low Cakes by Polkadots Cupcake Factory.

Low lush centerpieces accented with mercury glass.

Low lush centerpieces accented with mercury glass.

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A mix of tall and low elements for farm tables.

A mix of tall and low elements for farm tables.

Clusters of hydrangea for the  chairs at the ceremony.

Clusters of hydrangea for the chairs at the ceremony.

Welcome to the wedding.

Welcome to the wedding.

Succulent bouttoniere to complement an adorable bow tie.

Succulent bouttoniere to complement an adorable bow tie.

Soft, tones of peaches with a pop of orange for the bridesmaids.

Soft, tones of peaches with a pop of orange for the bridesmaids.

Bride's bouquet- orange ranunucla, dahlia and hypericum berries with stock and hydrangeas.

Bride’s bouquet- orange ranunucla, dahlia and hypericum berries with stock and hydrangeas.

We were excited to be on the team for the inaugural wedding at Ma Maison, one of the newest venues in Central Texas.   With an all star creative team including Pearl Events, The Inviting Pear, Cory Ryan Photography, Royal Fig Catering, Stems Productions, Ilios lighting, Polka Dots  and of course, your truly, we knew it would be one for the books! So, we were thrilled to find it on the pages of The Knot, Texas magazine.  The ceremony took place at The Grove, where we added a cedar cross along with the gorgeous southern smilax and lots of hydrangeas.  The color palette selected by the bride was mostly white and green with a pop of orange. Cocktails on the terrace, with the dinner stations in the Grand Hall where farm tables filled with lush florals and candles greeted the guests. For dessert, delicious treats from Polkadots.  A great evening under the Texas Hill Country sky!