Summer never truly ends in our Austin studio, but with our team bouncing around the country on the regular, we’re starting to feel that pre-fall shift. As summer comes to a close, we’re making the most of those last hot, sticky, screen door worthy days. Grab a cocktail– we’ve compiled some of our favorite recipes below.
Local Milk’s Spinach + Ricotta + Garlic Scape Pesto Flatbread
Michael Antonia is a wedding DJ. He will also blow your mind. Those two things are not often synonymous, but trust us when we say, he will obliterate any ideas you have of what a wedding DJ is. He also happens to be a brilliant creative, designer, business owner, and all around good human. Read on to hear what he’s got to say.
Hi Taylor! For our readers who aren’t yet familiar with you, will you share a bit about how your path led you to photography?
Hi! Of course! Here’s the short version- I was an Art History major at Baylor University and had to take a black and white film class as a prerequisite for graduation. It was my last semester of school but I fell in love with it. I had never even considered photography as a career! A good friend from school saw some of my hobbyist work on Facebook and asked me to come assist her at weddings! I soon fell in love with weddings- the dynamic schedule during the day, getting to know people and their families, the photojournalism and the fine-art of it- the entire thing! I knew it was what I was meant to do!
Today, we’re sharing Part II of Emma + Brian’s autumn wedding in Indianapolis featured on Snippet & Ink. It was so much fun to put together and an honor to get to be a part of their big day. This post features photography from their sophisticated and romantic country club reception. More photos from James Moes below of the intricate details that pulled the reception together.
We’re happy to share that Emma + Brian’s wedding is up on Snippet & Ink! Autumn in Indianapolis is exactly what the season should be. Cool, crisp, and bursting with rich color. Emma and Brian were looking for a classic and sophisticated celebration that incorporated their love for all things Austin.
We began by creating a classic invitation suite with a custom crest, deep, marsala silk ribbon, and a gold wax seal. The marsala color was carried throughout the wedding in the bridesmaid dresses, florals, and table settings. We then created depth and dimension in the florals by combining shades of blush pink and cream, along with touches of greenery.
Stay tuned for Part II where we’ll share photos of the reception. Thanks to the team of amazing vendors that helped us to make everything possible!
More photos after the jump!