The leaves are changing, the air feels crisp, and we are embracing all the warm fall tones in this backyard wedding. Beth and Taylor said, “I do” with their closest family and friends in an intimate setting. Due to Covid, Beth and Taylor faced the difficult reality of cutting their 200 person downtown wedding to a 30 person backyard fall affair. However, their big day was nothing short of magical, moody, and everything they dreamed of and more. Beth and Taylor explained that they would do it the same way over again. We have learned from Beth and many of our other Covid brides that sometimes, an intimate wedding with your closest family and friends is often more special. With this in mind, Beth and Taylor transformed Taylor’s parents’ backyard into a warm and inviting space that matched their style. The couple exchanged vows on the backyard riverfront with earth tone florals and pops of deep burgundy from Bricolage Curated Florals. We love how inviting the warm floral arrangements made the outdoor ceremony feel so intimate and comfortable. In addition, gold-accented decor and rentals from Whim Hospitality created a reception space where Beth and Taylor could enjoy the company of their family and friends. The three-tiered cake from Sweet Treets Bakery was accented beautifully with the warm fall tone florals that guests got to enjoy under the New Braunfels sky. At the end of the day, Taylor and Beth’s wedding became one for the books with all their family and friends’ sweet love and celebration. Keep scrolling to see all the images from this warm fall tone wedding and a sweet note from the bride! Cheers to Mr. and Mrs. Englert!
“We got to marry each other in the presence of our closest people. Every single second of the day was one for the books. I think we are still on cloud nine even 9 months later!”
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