This wedding has it all. A rustic, vintage and yet chic vibe planned by 36th Street Events? Check. Stunning florals from Verbena Floral Design? Check. A gorgeous Bride and a stunning Groom head over heels and love with each other? Check, check, check. Every image sitting pretty in this gallery from Jason + Anna Photography is as pretty as they come, and you can see what I mean here.


From 36th Street Events‘Rustic vintage Texas’ were the words that this San Francisco couple described upon first meeting with 36th Street. Most importantly, what I saw from that first meeting was the love they had for each other and everyone that surrounded them. Their love showed through with every aspect of their day from the wedding ceremony by a close friend to the donations given to a local San Francisco animal shelter. We spent almost a year planning this gorgeous, clean and elegant wedding. On their wedding day, guests were surround by the beauty of the Wildflower Center adorned with clean crisp white linens, wooden tables, an abundance of candles and a touch of rain. One thing about Austin, Texas is you can never predict the weather, but the tents made the space that much more elegant. Even with a the afternoon showers, Meagan and Carl knew the most important part of the day was that they got to marry each other, and you can see it in the pictures. Jason and Anna did such an amazing job capturing their love and the fun that they had on their wedding night.

Photography: Jason + Anna Photography | Videography: Vinyl Weddings | Wedding Coordination: 36th Street Events | Florist: Verbena Floral Design | Cake: Blue Note Bakery | Catering: Crave Catering | Makeup: Makeup by Adrienne | Hair: Friend Of The Couple | Lighting: Ilios | Band: Suede | Officiant: Friend Of The Couple | Ceremony Music: Friend Of The Couple | Venue: Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center | Lounge: Loot Vintage Rentals | Rentals: Marquee Event Group | Tents: Premiere Events

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