Today’s Texas garden wedding from PhotoHouse Films is a beautiful combination of black tie bridal style and dreamy romance! Natalie and Sam planned an enchanting ceremony in the gardens of The Inn at Wild Rose Hall in Austin, Texas. Sam looked irresistibly dapper in a classic black tuxedo, while his groomsmen stayed cool in the Southern heat in sharp gray suits. Speaking of gray, Natalie’s cloud gray Vera Wang wedding dress is the stuff that dreams – and incredibly gorgeous portraits! – are made of. The strapless bodice and sweeping chiffon skirt were accented with raw edged rosettes embellished with pearls for a stunning, elegant touch!
After their outdoor ceremony – and oil painting worthy portraits on the grounds of the historic inn – the party moved indoors to the covered garden reception hung with fairy lights. Guests found their seat at tables named after famous love songs and adorned with blush sequin runners, gold chargers, and mismatched antique china for a vintage garden feel. Tin flower buckets of sparklers greeted guests as they walked in and hinted at the grand exit to follow. Their lovely naked cake by Classic Cakes by Lori was adorned with a custom ‘Happily Ever After’ topper by Better Off Wed that added a gorgeous fairy tale detail to their reception.
Photo Credits –
Photography by PhotoHouse Films | Ceremony and Reception held at The Inn at Wild Rose Hall | Event Design and Rentals by Premiere Party Central | Florals by Wild Bunches Floral | Wedding Cake designed by Classic Cakes by Lori | Cake Topper – Happily Ever After by Better Off Wed | Wedding Dress designed by Vera Wang from David’s Bridal | Makeup by LucieMarie | Submission via Two Bright Lights
MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM WEDDING IN A SECRET GARDEN
FAB BRIDAL ALTERNATIVES TO THE WHITE WEDDING DRESS
That gown and that moment of letter reading… heartstrings plucked. <3
Loving that cake topper!
Her gown is gorgeous!
Such a pretty wedding!
I love her gown! So pretty. The tablescape with the different china patterns and that sequin runner is fun too!