Creative design ideas reigned supreme at this Texas wedding. The inspiration behind the décor for the day was to develop spaces that felt completely different during each part of the wedding. What does that mean exactly? It means a ceremony framed by urns and a large installation overlooking the pastures. It means cocktail hour spent surrounded by lush greenery walls. It means all-white for all dinner décor, including gauzey white fabric draped overhead. It even means a game of late-night ping-pong.
Zoey and Aneri’s wedding at Prospect House in Austin’s Hill Country was nothing short of crush-worthy and we’d expect nothing less from Elyse and Katie of BW Theory working with photographer, Matthew Moore. This is a team that creates stunning design work in Austin, Philly and the tri-state Area. Jump on in for details from Katie and to see Matthew’s gorgeous snaps.
Photography by Matthew Moore Photography
Give us a little background on this wedding
Zoey and Aneri came to us with a vision of hosting a Texas wedding with a modern aesthetic. The couple decided to marry at Prospect House, about forty minutes into the Hill Country outside Austin, a venue that's filled with bright light and has a very contemporary feel.
What made this wedding standout?
We collaborated with various artists to design multiple spaces that were unexpected and gave a transitional feel to each "phase" of the wedding to the next. We wanted an element of surprise as the evening unfolded.
Stunning is an understatement – tell us about the design and different aspects of the event!
While the ceremony had a bohemian feel, with lime-washed urns and an antique rug set on a grassy lawn, the cocktail area and lounge space felt more modern, decorated in minimalist black and white with lots of plant life and live greenery walls. Dinner featured a ceiling drapery installation of textural white material that gave the space a calming, almost surreal effect. We brought in a ceramicist to create custom candle holders for the dinner tables, and an artist to hand-paint the menus and paper materials. The result was a cozy fall wedding with a laid-back Hill Country vibe and a modern minimalist ambience.
Photography: Matthew Moore Photography | Venue Name: Prospect House | Event Design, Planning and Florals: BW Theory | Hair Stylist: Tyler Cochran | Paper Goods: Dear Darling Calligraphy | Catering: Royal Fig | Furniture Rentals: Bellwether Design | Linen Rentals: La Tavola | Wedding Dress #1: Wellgroomed | Wedding Dress #2: Olvi's
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