Fine Art Austin TX Wedding.
Bree and Craig’s wedding at Bridal Veil Falls near Austin, Texas, was a resplendent day featuring a myriad of vibrant springtime pastels and desert-inspired touches. The unique color palette crafted by the bride and her wedding planner was matched only by the groom’s unique inclusion of eye-popping moments thanks to his special events business. Needless to say, sparks flew.
The location of their daytime outdoor wedding was peaceful and serene. Set against the backdrop of trickling waterfalls and a nearby creek, the ceremony was a relaxing experience in which to be a part.
Color was a motivating force behind Bree and Craig’s big day. From the invitation suite to the bride’s shoes to the lush bouquet, everything was touched by color.
Bree was a classic princess bride with a gown that beamed with lace, an illusion neckline, volume and brilliance. She paired it with a long veil and stunning statement jewelry.
Much like the bride’s bold bouquet, the groom’s and groomsmen’s boutonnieres were assembled with colorful choices like succulents, hypericum berries and blue thistle.
Craig looked handsome in a navy tuxedo and brown shoes. With a gorgeous watch as his main accessory, he was ready to see his bride.
Bree approached Craig from behind, wrapping her arms around his waist. He spun around to see his beautiful bride and revel in pre-ceremony excitement.
Bree’s bridesmaids channeled the assorted pastels she incorporated in her big day. Each lady wore a long dress in a different color and style, making for a stylish yet personalized impression. They carried bouquets full of succulents and greenery – all tied with silk ribbons – for a cohesive look.
And the flower girls and ring bearers couldn’t resist joining in the fun, as well.
From a hand-painted sign, guests were encouraged to “unplug” and be fully present in Bree and Craig’s ceremony.
A graceful arch fashioned with roses, eucalyptus and berries marked the perfect spot for the ceremony in front of the waterfall.
With his groomsmen by his side, Craig lit up when he saw his bride walk down the aisle.
They shared promises of forever and sealed their vows with a big kiss and a flower cannon!
Originally planning for an outdoor reception, the couple had to switch plans to accommodate unexpected weather. The reception was still delightful thanks to the ingenious design by Bree and her team.
Bree and Craig enjoyed their first dance as husband and wife under string lights. With the help of a fun fog machine, they created a floating dance floor.
The wedding cake featured the classic design of the day with plush pastels. A cascade of pink roses, carnations and deep-red peonies were placed alongside succulents and hypericum berries all down the front of the naked cake.
During the reception, each guest was gifted with their own individual cactus plant and enjoyed a spectacular firework show midway through the evening. And of course, thanks to Craig’s special events business, the evening ended with a bang. An impressive wall of fireworks lit up the night sky as Bree and Craig celebrated the end to a memorable day and made their grand exit.
The dynamic design of Bree and Craig’s wedding only added to the elegance and excitement that hung in the air. The inclusion of desert-themed blooms along with a hearty color palette and show-stopping moments, was lovely and lively in every way. Cue the fireworks!
Photography: Callie Manion Photography
Film Lab: PhotoVision
Planning & Design: Kindle & Gather
Florals: The Green Room
Hair & Makeup: Bombshell Beauty by Kelsie Asher
Venue: Hidden Falls
Stationery & Graphic Designer: Kimberly Pasqualetto
Band: Chinatown Band
Furniture Rental: Marquee Rentals
Cake: Creations Cakes
Catering: Food A Palooza
Photo Booth: Joy Photo Booth
Videographer: Ryan Hull Film
Fireworks & Special Effects: Illumination Fireworks