Fall has arrived and wedding season in Austin is here! Autumn is a joyous time because it means cooler temperatures (sometimes), pumpkin patches, and the approaching holidays. However, seeing each and every Austin fall wedding come to life is the icing on the cake for us. As the year’s end approaches, we are enjoying reminiscing on a special wedding we planned last October. From the warm florals to the pumpkin filled decor, this wedding screamed fall from beginning to end. The beautiful brides Jeannine and Meghan just celebrated their first anniversary, so what better way to celebrate than to show off some shots from their special day!
Their special day began at Central Presbyterian Church where they shared their vows.
Their guests were then invited to Green Pastures for cocktails, dinner & dancing!
Green Pastures famous peacocks even made an appearance in the big day!
Their entire night was comprised of small, thoughtful and meaningful details incorporating their love for one another and the fall season.
Photosynthesis Floral utilized pumpkins, warm floral tones, lanterns and branches to bring the theme of Austin fall wedding into every moment of the day. Guests felt as if they were home for the holidays giving them the warm, cozy feeling of being surrounded by loved ones.
They ended the night underneath the stars, dancing next to their family and friends. Royal Dukes brought every single guest to the dance floor as the night grew darker, while Uptown’s special lighting team kept the ambiance going as the sunset. It was the perfect end to a beautiful Austin fall wedding.
What an incredible day this was! We are so happy that we got to create our own little fall for these lovely brides. The pops of vibrant tones mixed in with the darker hughs really puts an Austin twist on fall and shows just how we do October weddings down here in Texas! For more photos, head to their photo gallery here!
Special thanks to Max Photography for capturing each special moment of this day!
“We are so happy we live in a world where there are Octobers” — Uptown