Cheryl & Jason's wedding was a glamorous affair at the Four Seasons Hotel Austin.
For this wedding I wanted to create a romantic spring time atmosphere by using the classic color palette of blush, ivory, spring green and a hint of gold. I wanted the the space to feel like a page from a romantic fairytale and to create that look I needed flowers, lots of flowers. The ceilings at the Four Seasons are massive so we needed floral arrangements to help us create some height and add a bit of drama to the space. The long tables were filled with a lush floral garland and pillar candles of all different heights. The round table centerpieces alternated between low and lush blush compotes and tall dramatic floral pieces on gold pedestals. These flowers paired with sparkling gold votives, gold table numbers and blush lighting worked together to make the space lovely, inviting and very romantic.
In every ballroom wedding you need to create some sort of visual focal point so that guests eyes know where to go. It is a way of giving the room an understandable structure. A simple stage backdrop of sheer drape and string lights was just what we needed. It not only highlights the stage and creates a center point in the room but also makes a lovely backdrop for first dance and speech photos.
For linens, I kept it simple with a lovely textured dot ivory linen, blush satin napkins and these fabulous menu's designed by the mother of the bride.
Special thanks to a fabulous vendor team!
Mills Photography Studio | Four Seasons Austin | Marquee Event Group | Simon Lee Bakery | Exquisite Petals | Royal Dukes Band | Saint Mary Cathedral | Barton Strings | FaceKandy Hair & Makeup | Ilios Lighting Design | Monarch Event Rentals | Jerry Hayes Photography (Ballroom decor photos)