Al + Brett
Modern disco. We Austin-ified Studio 54, bringing in disco balls, feathers, hue-on-hue floral installations, and the shag carpet wedding cake of your dreams. And though the guests weren’t on roller skates, their food and bev was: Topo Chico, margaritas, wedding cake, and soft pretzels all made a grand entrance and exit on rolling carts.
Emma + Cody
Elegance with an edge. We embraced The Arlo’s classic good looks to create a stylish black-and-white color scheme, but added some sass with several surprises: cold fountain fireworks during the first dance and exit, and live accompaniments to the DJ, to name a few.
Lindsay + Nikhil
Vibrant Indian-American fusion. Elaborate henna designs, marigold garlands, and an interactive seating chart made the Indian side of this wedding sing, while a hippie-van-turned-photo-booth, pedicab ride, and several homages to the couple’s dog made it distinctly Austin.
Tricia + Justin
Nineties glam. Spray-painted floral installations, mirrored centerpieces, crystal china, and a show-stopping 9-foot wedding cake brought the 1990s back to the historic Gin at Hidalgo Falls.
Kristen + Rob
Elevated industrial. Stockyards Station got a fresh look thanks to our all-white color palette, custom draping, and lush florals. Yeehaw never looked so good.
Debby + Josh
Moody—but make it clean and cool. Splashes of neon and pops of vibrant pinks breathed life into a deep, dark, art-deco inspired aesthetic for actress Debby Ryan and Twenty One Pilots' Joshua Dun.