Frances and Dries are currently Londoners, and yes, I am a bit jealous. They travelled back to Austin (Frances has ties) and braved the late June heat for their wedding celebration. They started with a morning ceremony out at the gorgeous Chapel Dulcinea , and followed it with a party that evening at the Palm Door. Frances wore a fabulously unique vintage dress which I will discribe as a dusty rose color with a spectacular, slightly metallic sheen to it. I can't wait to see the pictures, because I know she looked like a vintage diva in it! They were all about fun & unique designs, while still having a bit of a vintage vibe-- so we went with what we are referring to as "vintage sparkle."
Her bouquet was a mix of fun foliage, succulent, baby's breath, ranunculus, & roses. His boutineer had a ranunculus that was about 2 shades darker than her dress.
We created gold masons for a "vintage sparkle" feel and filled them with pale roses and some unique blooms like blushing bride protea.
We had smaller gold masons with poofs of baby's breath as accents and cocktail table pieces.
Congratulations Frances & Dries! Safe travels!