They say to keep Austin weird, but that wasn’t exactly an issue when it came to planning Morgan and Cameron’s wedding. This couple has such an unusual style and killer sense of humor, we zeroed in on an architectural-unconventional-edgy design aesthetic for their wedding. How weird is “weird,” exactly? The table décor included Formula One toy cars, wooden dogs, banana ducks, custom poppers, and mini Marlboro matchbooks. The artists at East Rose Studio created cocktail menus with dancing drinks on them. We stocked an Austin American Statesman newsstand with custom zines. Blumen Floral brought more bricks and rocks than they did flowers. It was all a perfect fit for The Contemporary Austin — Laguna Gloria, whose grounds are filled with unusual sculptures and other contemporary art. But perhaps the dopest element of it all was everyone’s favorite part of the meal: dessert. Dinner was enjoyed outside at the long head table, but when it came time for the final course, Morgan, Cameron and their guests headed inside to a half dozen tables topped with dessert. The tables were different heights, shapes, sizes and colors, creating a modern-yet-approachable spread of delicious petit fours, tartlets, meringue mushrooms and other confections from the culinary geniuses at Feathers and Frosting. The star of the show was the wedding cake: a towering mound of French buttercream, rambutan and star fruit. When all the champagne was drunk (just kidding — there were more bottles of Möet & Chandon than there were guests), Morgan and Cameron made their getaway in a vintage Fiat called Blu Baby.