Lauren and John’s color palette was so much fun! Their vibrant pink fall wedding at Lone Star Oaks might have been on a wildly freezing and wet day for Austin but we made it work!
I think this wedding color palate was inspired by Kacey Musgraves’ Golden Hour! What about y’all? With all the blush and orange and rose colored flowers I’d have to say yes! You should keep scrolling and see the amazing crescent moon shaped floral install with disco balls designed and installed by Jordan Flowers and Events.
The bride had such a beautiful, soft, romantic style and looked absolutely comfortable and at home in her gorgeous A-line lace and sparkly wedding dress! Now speaking of the ceremony, we had to move it under the covered porch at Lone Star Oaks but the lighthearted joke from John about warming his hands before the first kiss really kept the happy vibes high. This vibrant pink and romantic fall Hill Country Wedding was such a bright spot on a dreary fall day.
We started the day with getting ready photos for each before the very candid, sweet first look. The bridal suite at Lone Star Oaks is not very big which is perfect for those with just a handful of bridesmaids or attendants. I think this venue’s bridal suite works best if your makeup artist is already gone and done by the time your photos start. Truly, the best part is the huge door that pours in light AND the path that leads directly to the tree-lined outdoor ceremony location. That makes everything so easy for couples wanting to have no accidental contact with their guests before the ceremony!
Because of the wet and cold outside, thanks to the brilliant back-up plan by Eclipse Event Co, we chose to do the first look and most of the portraits on said pathway with the stained glass doors in order to keep the bride’s dress clean until the ceremony. I love that Lauren and John had this option because it made for a perfect location to do colorful bride and groom portraits before the ceremony.
Love the bridesmaids and groomsmen in classic black attire with the brightest, most vibrant of bouquets! Really unique and a fun way to have everyone feel comfortable!
A quick lighthearted joke from John about warming his hands before the first kiss really kept spirits high
Lauren and John’s close friends from Austin and their family from out of state enjoyed the dance floor all the same, keeping it packed thanks to some elder millennial songs from Greenbelt DJ mixed in with some classic country because Texas.
At the end of the night, Lauren and John had their private last dance together before running through a sparkler exit tunnel to a classic black car driven by 4 Leaf Limos.