We’re back from a long weekend on the Southeast Texas coast down in Port Aransas and Rockport scouting for some seaside venues for a spring 2014 wedding. The couple grew up in the area, which means we couldn’t go fifteen feet without bumping into an old friend! The ceremony is also slated for the same church the groom’s parents were married in which couldn’t be sweeter. The stunning ocean views are definitely some of the perks of the job, especially since they lent us a nice breeze, which in Texas, we are always hoping for. Bring on the peel ‘n eat shrimp! (Which were so delicious, by the way.)
With sequins, and glitter, and sparkles — oh my! We had a blast heading down south with Bash, Please for a 400-person New Orleans black-tie wedding that was one of our highlights of the year! With a vendor team that included Tec Petaja for photos, Joel Serrato for video, and an amazing 80s cover band, it was bound to be a party! [and it was!] The neutral palette of whites and greens throughout the florals complimented the neutral and glittery palette of blush pink, nude, gold that danced among all the candlelight.
It’s hard to go wrong with that kind of concept, and bridesmaids in mixed, but matching, gold sequin dresses? We’re big fans.