It is no secret how hot it is in Texas, so once Memorial Day weekend hits, we work pretty exclusively indoors for weddings until the cooler late fall weddings. We want your guests and the two of you to be comfortable and not fainting from the heat in your beautiful attire. Trusting your Austin wedding planner to know which Austin venues have the best options for your wedding is an important skill to have. I have worked with Austin brides for over 20 years and after hearing your vision for your wedding day, I will make recommendations on the perfect location for your wedding.
We planned long distance with Lauren and Colby working with limited time in Austin, but all the details definitely came together for a beautiful wedding. They did not believe they could have a wedding at The Driskill, but I work there often and the Driskill team worked with us to find the perfect date at the right price. Many thanks so much to photographer, Pam Hults for knowing the Driskill so well and capturing the day http://alaviephoto.com/
I always tell my groom’s at the cake cutting that the bride looks beautiful, she paid a lot to have her hair and makeup perfect that day so the last thing he should do is break the trust during the cake feeding by putting cake in her face. When the groom doesn’t listen and puts icing on the bride’s face, pay back is bound to happen which is what happened here. Sorry Colby, but we did warn you not to and Lauren reacted accordingly.
Thanks to all the florist Wendee Sawran for such beautiful flowers http://wendeesawran.com
Are you planning an Austin wedding? I hope you will visit our website and see if we can be of assistance for your wedding planning needs.
Happy planning, Barbara