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Fall Wedding Inspiration // Autumn Harvest

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This fall wedding at The Lodge in Fredericksburg, TX back in October was inspired by the warmth of wine and crimson mixed with elegant pearl and peach hues. The couple was drawn to a unique take on the fall wedding, very natural yet still pulled together, avoiding all kitschiness. We still wanted to create that intimate and cozy ambiance everyone wants in the fall, so bringing florals and greenery indoors with dimmed lighting created just that. Photos to come!

 

row 1: {wooden doors, photo by Rylee Hitchnertablescape, photo by Tec Petaja; couple under tree, photo via Once Wed} row 2: {floral arch; grey bridesmaids dresses photo via Brides of Adelaide; bouquet photo by Jen Huangpomegranate arrangement photo by Design Spongeinvitation suite photo by Corbin Gurkin} row 3: {table setting via Snippet and Ink, photo by Cooper Carras Photography; arrangement on chair photo by Tec Petaja; tablescape by Ariella Chezarcouple under café lights, photo by Gia Canali via 100 Layer Cake

Press // Style Me Pretty

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Photo by Heather Hawkins

We’re featured on Style Me PrettyThank you to the amazing team of vendors who helped us make Rachel’s spring wedding such a dream.

Photography: Heather Hawkins Photography | Videography: C1 Entertainment | Cake: Sugar Mama’s Bakeshop | Catering: Royal Fig | Hair: Kimberly Eddleton | Lighting: Ilios | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Le San Michele | DJ : Look No Further Entertainment | Makeup: Katherine Laurent Karli | Pies:Cutie Pies | Rentals: Loot Vintage Rental | Rentals: Whim Event Rentals | Restrooms: Texas Loo | String Trio: Barton Strings | Tent: Sperry Tents By Whim

 

We’re Hiring!

While summer doesn’t technically end until Sept 22nd this year, our unofficial blogging hiatus ought to come to an end with some pretty amazing news on our front: we’re hiring! That’s right, we’re looking to expand our team with some part-time [with the very real possibility of evolving into full-time with the right candidates] roles that we need to fill asap.

The Nouveau Romantics // Wedding Planning + Design Studio in Austin and NYC is hiring!
Photo by The Nichols.

Our 2015 season is almost full [!!!!] and we need some help in the following positions to help us make this fall season smooth, super-organized, and fun while simultaneously managing our 2015 client roster. Sound good? Read more below: Read More

Citrus + Chambray Wedding Invitations

Blue Chambray Wedding Invitation Suite // by The Nouveau Romantics // Austin Wedding Planning and Event Design Studio // photo by Heather Curiel

Ashley and James are two mechanical engineers whose citrus and chambray wedding invitations reflected a modern design sensibility for their Wild Onion Ranch wedding here in Austin, Texas. They were both actively involved in the design process, and wanted their invitation to reflect a masculine and feminine sensibility – while also incorporating gears, if at all possible.

Austin, Texas Save the Date // by The Nouveau Romantics // Austin Wedding Planning and Event Design Studio // photo by Heather CurielFor their save-the-date, we went the postcard route. Something simple and quirky with two vintage Austin postcards and a welcome note on the front, and Ashley‘s handwriting scanned in as the back. I love the 5″x7″ size as, while it’s more postage, definitely has an impact!

Blue Chambray Wedding Invitation // by The Nouveau Romantics // Austin Wedding Planning and Event Design Studio // photo by Heather Curiel

We opted for an unusual shape in the long and narrow, as well as an off-centered assembly. As guests opened the kraft envelopes, they were greeted with a blind printed main invitation texture and the front of the RSVP postcard that had the couple’s separate “venn diagrams” with appropriate descriptions of each of their personalities. As you unwrapped the chambray band and wax seal, you revealed the shared qualities of the couple as the “overlap” in their diagram. I loved the texture in the large swaths of ink via the two color letterpress as it’s perfectly imperfect and gives a really big graphic impact. Underneath the Venn Diagram postcard was their info card and finally the invitation. The latter was at two sided effort who’s back was a large ink swath again in a medium blue, with a darker blue outline a technical sketch of a complex gear-oriented machine. Pretty perfect! The front of the invitation was a mix of blind printing and grey ink for the invitation wording, while the machine drawing was blind printed to the left hand side.

Blue letterpress RSVP & Info card // by The Nouveau Romantics // Austin Wedding Planning and Event Design Studio // photo by Heather Curiel

The rest of the couple’s day-of paper goods incorporated the same quality of modern fonts in a range of greys, blues and chambray to create the perfect mix of modern and mechanical for these two!

Menu & Ceremony Program // by The Nouveau Romantics // Austin Wedding Planning and Event Design Studio // photo by Heather Curiel

Photos by the ever-so-talented Heather Curiel.
Letterpress Printing by Thomas Printers.

Also featured here on Oh So Beautiful Paper.