The bride had a penchant for sparkly things, so we placed a few complementary crystals on the pink and white orchid tree at at her cocktail hour. Pink and white roses in silver julep vases were the perfect accent for cocktails table. Lovely.
After selecting their escort card and a quick refreshment, guests were serenaded by a mariachi band who escorted them into the Glass Oaks Ballroom for the reception.
The Bride’s cake table was accented with a sparkling rose gold linen. The gorgeous linens, pink up-lights, copper clad ceiling and rose accents of the ballroom conspired to create a stunning atmosphere.A surprise for the couple from Mom & Dad…the Baylor Logo recreated in petite green and yellow flowers!
We had a wonderful time at the Austin Bridal Extravaganza. It was a lot of work, but great fun to design and implement our Inspiration Booth. Enjoy!
The escort card table was topped with a silver manzanita tree accented by Swarovski crystals and hanging frosted votives. White cymbidium orchids graced the cylinder vases which were further accented with glass stemmed votive holders with even more crystals!Shag carpet, tables and a soft throw provide a nice contrast with the contemporary leather sofa. Illusions Rentals supplied the gorgeous linens, tables, chairs, chargers, pipe & drape, as well as this sweet sofa that provided a finishing touch. So pretty!
After the whirlwind surrounding graduation & the bar, Lydia and Brandon wed in a lovely ceremony at Central Christian Church.
Lydia’s bouquet consisted of white and two shades of yellow rose, craspedia and dusty miller, perfectly complementing her ivory lace gown. Groomsmen wore gray tuxes with craspedia boutonnieres.
After the ceremony, all attended a warm reception at the historic Austin Club.
Throughout the evening, the younger guests mingled in the foyer and laughed over bouquets of yellow roses.
Large crystal chandeliers graced the ballroom of The Austin Club while tall yellow and white centerpieces by The Silver Vase graced the guest tables. Yellow vase petals were situated at just the right height to catch the eye of diners throughout the evening. Silver pintuck linens by Unique Decor by Yara reflected the gold ambiance of the ballroom, while mercury votives and pillar candles created a lovely glow.
We wish Lydia and Brandon all the best!
I attended a classical, elegant wedding at Villa Antonia this past weekend. The beautiful, blissfully happy bride wore white with sheer organza ruffles and carried white & cream roses/garden roses while her bridesmaids wore cute, black cocktail dresses and carried red roses with green leaf accent.
Adorable flower girls dressed in tulle sprinkled petals down the aisle. The guys looked very Bond in black tuxes with either white or red boutonnieres.
Decor: The ceremony arbor was swagged and draped with white chiffon, further complemented by a white aisle runner. White chairs sporting black chair ties awaited guests.
Inside the Italianate villa, the decor was refined and elegant. Tables wore black linens with white toppers and were graced with three different centerpieces. The first was a gorgeous tall arrangement of almost one hundred red roses. The vase of this arrangement was accented with red spray orchids, red petals and light blue water. The blue was further picked up by the blue crystal drops hanging from each of the tall vases. The table was lit by three tall cylinders, each with a black ribbon and floating white votive.
The second arrangement was of medium height with a green leaf, black ribbon and topped with an arrangement of red roses. The final arrangement was similar in nature, but in a square vase. All tables were accented with sparkling votives.
The cake table complemented the decor.
Flowers/Chiffon Draping: The Silver Vase
Cake: The Bride’s Table
Catering: Sterling Affairs