Romantic + Natural Outdoor Jewish Wedding in Austin
July 16, 2015
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Married under an ancient oak in a field of wildflowers, this darling duo said "I Do" in a big celebration with family and friends. Filled with Southwestern details like succulents on the reception tables, cactus pins on the escort cards, and an array of fresh blooms atop the Polka Dots Cupcake Factory 5-tier wedding cake, this organic gallery from The Nichols is not one to be missed!
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From the beautiful Bride... Growing up in Austin, Abe and I ran in similar circles for most of our young lives. We didn't actually become a couple until our late twenties - but once we paired up, it was clear it was for the long haul. When we decided to get married, we knew it would be a big celebration with lots of family and friends.

It was important that our wedding felt authentic to us - and that it represented us as a couple. We wanted to create an intimate experience - despite a large guest list - that combined our taste and style with elements of a traditional Jewish ceremony. When we stumbled upon our venue, we immediately knew it was the perfect place for us. There was a lot of flexible outdoor space and fields of wild flowers with gorgeous old oak trees.

When the big day finally arrived - the weather could not have been more perfect. After a sunset ceremony, guests enjoyed dinner and dancing under the stars. It was a perfect night - and one that we will never forget.