We are starting off the day with the sweetest wedding ever. Kind of right out of a dream. Coordinated by Sarah Miller of Caplan Miller Events, this wedding was just so adorable, I couldn’t resist. It was held at the Austin Museum of Art – Laguna Gloria. Photography was done by Ashley Garmon. See the full gallery here!
According to the cute girls at Caplan Miller (who we heart big time), this couple was somewhat non-traditional. They wanted their wedding to be full of personality and style so they followed their heart when thinking of fun little touches to infuse into their day. Both the bride and groom are artists and wanted a wedding that was understated, romantic and bit boho. The took that inspiration and decked the space out with paper lanterns, string twinkle lights and subtle, organic linens. With a bright pop of pink in the flowers, the end result was about as fabulous as it gets. Oh and to make it even more fun, they had aguas frescas served to the guests while mariachi music play…during their ceremony!
Photographer: Ashley Garmon Photographers / Florals: Merveille Flowers / Catering: Kurant Events / Lanterns/Draping: Townsley Designs / Get-away Car: Transportation Consultants / Rentals: Marquee Event Group / Cake: Coco Paloma Desserts / Venue: AMOA-Laguna Gloria is an indoor/outdoor venue that consists of twelve acres of some of the most beautiful parkland in central Texas, including a mile of Lake Austin shoreline. Home to the Austin Museum of Art-Laguna Gloria, the site features a Mediterranean-style villa built in 1916 by Clara Driscoll, best known as savior of the Alamo. The house and surrounding grounds are listed on local, state, and federal historic site registries.