I’ve developed a serious cake crush on the frosted beauty in this Georgetown wedding. The perfect confectionary centerpiece to go along with this sweetly styled day by Sweet Sunday Events. It is almost too pretty to eat…almost! Actually, I’m quite partial to the whole event! It is just one of those charming, intimate, down-home style affairs that are so full of character and a whole lot of love. Nathan Russell Photography captured each and every lovely little detail and his images are beyond breathtaking. Click here to see the rest in the full gallery!
From Sweet Sunday Events… Aside from being utterly beautiful, the reason I loved working with Haley to create such a picture perfect wedding is simple. There were no rules or restrictions. Haley supplied me with photos, an overall vision of her wedding and two simple key phrases: Shabby-chic and Natural (two words I just love!). And then we just ran with it.
Shabby-Chic: The tables were dressed with an ivory gauze material, gathered in the center and decked out with mismatched votives. Natural: In mint julep cups and tarnished metal pitchers, decorative kale, garden roses, succulents, kangaroo paw, brunia, purple majesty and foliage became the hub and source of many ooooos and ahhhhhs.
It was simply gorgeous, the kind of wedding that makes you cringe with envy and cheer with glee at the exact same time. Which doesn’t come as any surprise considering the photographer behind the lens was Nathan Russell who has a knack for taking some of the greatest shots ever (For real… Just check out his blog for yourself!). This just might be my favorite wedding yet. Congrats you two!
From the Bride… Austin and I have always liked doing things a little different than the “norm”. From the start, our wedding was going to be eclectic but with vintage and sentimental flare. I’ve seen weddings that are just the same ‘ole, same ‘ole so to go with the non-mass produced wedding attitude we came up with a fantastic wedding! Several of the items that had a part in our wedding were either in my parents wedding, Bibles from long ago family members or family traditions. We kept the guest list intimate, so we figured the actual wedding should be the same way. We had our wedding in Georgetown, Texas at a beautiful venue at The San Gabriel House, also where Austin’s family stayed for the weekend, gorgeous flowers and rentals provided by Sweet Sunday Events and incredible photography by Nathan Russell Photography. Our to-die-for cakes were done by Paige’s Bakehouse, groovy live music provided by Karan Chavis and my dress was from Balina Bridal in Austin, Texas. Thanks to our awesome vendors, we had a stunning wedding!
Wedding Photographer: Nathan Russell Photography / Venue: The San Gabriel House Bed and Breakfast / Wedding Cake: Paige’s Bakehouse / Event Rentals, Styling + Floral Design: Sweet Sunday Events / Music: Karan Chavis / Wedding Gown: Balina Bridal