Michal and Ben’s wedding at Red Rock Vineyards was full of creative DIY decor, quirky fashion, and a flood of emotional moments! In keeping with the rustic and relaxed feel of the venue, the couple decorated with chalkboard signs, wine barrels, and a beautiful ceremony backdrops featuring hand-made geometric floral hangings and white linens. The bride showed off her classic and quirky styles in a gorgeous lace and chiffon wedding gown from Blue Bridal Boutique, which she accessorized with white leather booties and the cutest panda socks peaking over the top! We love how Gloria Goode Photography captured all the fun and heartfelt moments of this wedding, especially the groom’s emotional reactions during the first look and while exchanging vows during the ceremony!
Michal and Ben
Red Rock Vineyards, Austin, Texas
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When Ben proposed he had an artist paint a mural at the free graffiti park at castle hill in Austin. He told the artist “she loves triangles, and earth tones” haha and the mural was beautiful! I spun off that with the copper prisms and had my best childhood friend do my florals! We wanted the flowers to feel fall and muted, and I really wanted an artichoke in my bouquet. The backdrop of our ceremony was my favorite part of it!
We made all of the shapes by hand! We used thin copper tubing and threaded copper wire through them– once we had a system down it didn’t take too long to make them! We made about 30. The large shapes behind the ceremony were wooden spray painted copper with screws with rings twisted in. We threaded copper wire through those to attach the members together and then attached fake florals and vines to them. All the signage for our wedding was painted by me by hand! We also made all of our appetizers!
The Wedding Team:
A heartfelt congratulations to Michal and Ben, and a huge thanks to Gloria Goode Photography for sharing these beautiful wedding photos with Junebug! Looking for more creative and artsy DIY inspiration? You’ll love the art deco and vintage inspired decor in this artistic Los Angeles wedding at Daily Dose Cafe!