It’s one of the fanciest wedding combo in Austin. A duo that is repeated over and over – Ceremony at St. Mary’s Cathederal, and a reception at the Four Season’s. But I’ve never seen it done quite like this before. Even the WeTV wedding wasn’t this fancy.
Late last year, I had the honor of photographing G & R’s wedding and reception at the Four Seasons Austin. This was a true Platinum wedding with such vendors as: Townsley Designs who brought in beautiful white linnen tents, couches and seating areas for both the inside and outside areas, Coby Neal (who has appeared in the pages of Grace Ormonde), and decorated with well over 40,000 red roses, Ilios Lighting who transformed the ligting in the ballroom, dancefloor, and cocktail lounge, and of course the incredible Tammy Goral who coordinated the whole thing.
If you are having, a ceremony at St. Mary’s, or a wedding reception at the Four Seasons, or just want the feel of a Platinum wedding in Austin, send me a note, and I’ll see what I can do to help. Until then, enjoy the inspirational wedding photos.
Check out an upcoming issue of the Knot Magazine for more pics of these shoes
The Monique Lhuiller gown was absolutely beautiful
The groom took a few minutes to pose for the camera
Coby Neal designed this one of a kind wedding bouquet with jewels, red roses, and white silk
Forget blue, Red is the new blue for wedding shoes
The cathedral was full of VIP guests
After the wedding ceremony, we all headed up to the Capitol for some fun formals.
Outside the Four Seasons Hotel, Townsley designs transformed the pool area with a dozen white cabanas
White tents, cube seating, and couches were arranged on the patio
Ilios lighting used red lights to illuminate the entire main ballroom at the Four Seasons
The head table was covered in roses, fine china, and votive candles
White draperies, candles, and white rose centerpieces decorated the entrance to the reception
This four sided couch had white pillows, and a 12 foot high flower arrangement
Of course, the couple relaxed and enjoyed every minute!
Night pictures at the Four Seasons
The Grand Exit, as the couple retires to their suite.