Holly and Marty met during their last semester at Mississippi State. They bonded because they both liked “The Format” (the band) and once Holly’s dog, Penny Lane, approved of Marty – that’s when Holly decided he was worth getting to know. Marty proposed while they were flying kites at Vintage Villas (gorgeous venue in Austin for out door weddings) so their thoughtful wedding photographer, Whitney Lee Photography, decided to recreate the same scene during a particularly beautiful Austin spring day. The photo shoot continued downtown Austin where they used colorful balloons for a punchy prop. For more engagement sessions ideas and inspiration visit Whitney Lee Photography’s blog.
Covering the Austin wedding scene with her incredible prints and images is Whitney Lee Photography, a local Austin photography studio who specializes in wedding celebrations and other important events. They recently photographed Sarah and Dave’s wedding at Vintage Villasin Austin–a beautiful hot pink and white gala with fresh florals and Victorian prints. Abby Daigle of Stem Floral designed the flower arrangements and Michelle’s Patisseriecrafted the delicate and delicious cake. The dress was an absolute original, designed and sewn by Fran Wallner, Sarah’s mother! At the reception, Joel Giorgio of Greenbelt DJ kept guests grooving to tunes all night long–what a fun and beautiful celebration, congrats to the newlyweds!
Exactly seven years after their first date, Ramon and Victoria said their vows at the Winfield Inn in Kyle, Texas. Their summer wedding had a chartreuse and aqua palette with a very classic theme. The bouquet and boutonniere were provided by the Glass Fountain, and all other flowers from the event were DIY! Victoria’s beautiful gown was by Alfred Angelowith alterations done byAlexia Gavela. How gorgeous did it turn out!? All photos were provided by Whitney Lee Photography.
Skip the leprechauns and rainbows, but keep that ole’ Scottish heritage. Jessica and Abram went back to the groom’s Scottish roots and decided to celebrate their wedding with a Celtic feel and a theme of St. Patrick’s Day! The couple tied the knot at Mercury Hall in the heart of Austin with the help of their wedding coordinator Athena Nascimiento of Lucky 13. Incorporating shabby chic, vintage flair and a bit of their mixed Scottish and Mexican-American heritages, they put together a memorable wedding that we just love! Abram and the groomsmen wore kilts that were found at Things Celtic and Jessica’s dress had a Latin-vintage feel and was by La Sposa and purchased at Alexia Gavela Bridal. To bring out the natural beauty of the venue, they incorporated natural tones of ivory, brown and green. The delectable cakes were made by Blue Note Bakery, and one was based on a piece of Mexican folk art. By using small businesses and great local vendors, the couple kept to their budget and made their incredible vision come to life!