White Orchids Adorned this Austin Wedding at Every Turn!
by Maria July 7
If you are looking for a little bit of glam fit for a Texas wedding, look no further! Katherine and Connor’s wedding was a showstopper, dripping in white orchids at every turn! The small hints of blush pink added a perfect pop of color to the natural and bright decor from Premiere Events. Not only was everything absolutely picture perfect, but this couple has a very sweet and heart-warming story.
Rewind to college at Texas Christian University, Katherine and Connor met through mutual friends. They noticed each other from across the table at brunch, and after their first date, the rest was history. “At that moment I had this crazy feeling that this stranger would become a big part of my life. That day we never left each other’s side. Our first date was shortly after that. When he drove me home, I did not want to get out of the car. He was different. He was kind. He saw me for me. We laughed together all night.” Their love story sounds like it is straight out of a movie if you ask us! After living in California for a few years, the couple flew home to Texas to visit family for Easter when Connor popped the question.
The happy couple still danced the night away with all of their favorite people and celebrated with the most beautiful cakes from Sweet Treats Bakery. Looking back, Katherine explained how one of her favorite memories from the day was being with all of her loved ones in one place, dancing, hugging and laughing. With the pandemic lockdowns that were put into place shortly after their wedding, the couple was able to look back at their photos and appreciate the joy of being gathered together in person. Nothing beats a live band, a dance floor and the people you love!
Photos // Twinty Photography
From the bride on her favorite vendor: “Camille Ross [planner for Elsie Event Co.] of course! Nothing would get done if it weren’t for her!”
Other Local Vendors: Westbank Flower Market, Omni Barton Creek Resort & Spa, Elsie Event Co., Twinty Photography