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WEDDING BLOG

Modern Prospect House Wedding in Neutral Tones and Greenery

July 30, 2018 | colleen

Luscious greenery and minimalist decor are all over Jackie and Andre’s Prospect House wedding. Color Theory Collective created the dreamiest half-circle floral installation at the base of where Jackie and Andre exchanged vows. The florals added an elegant touch to their overall classic wedding. Their indoor reception decor was thoughtfully planned and placed by Bash Co + Events who curated a modern vibe for the couple. With pizza in hand, these two celebrated with their loved ones and danced the night away thanks to Adante from LeForce Entertainment for keeping the party going late. Photographer Lauren Nicole Photo and videographer Narrate Studios captured Jackie and Andre’s wedding to where you can feel the emotion, excitement, and fun that occurred all day long.

The Couple:

Jackie and Andre

The Wedding:

Prospect House, Dripping Springs, Texas

We wanted our wedding weekend to be the most fun weekend of our lives. There aren’t many other moments in your life where you get to be surrounded by all of your favorite people and we wanted to make sure that we made time to laugh and gain wisdom from our close friends and family on the days leading up to the wedding. In the stages of planning, we wanted our wedding to show our specific love for each other as well as encompass our style in a way that our guests would remember our special day.

It’s easy to get caught up in all the details and worry that your day won’t meet your expectations after you’ve put in so much thought and planning, so just remember that although the details can make the day fun, what really matters is being fully present on the day you marry your love!

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We knew that we wanted an outdoor ceremony and a really clean, white, and open space for the reception – so Prospect House was absolutely perfect. We loved how there was such beautiful scenery surrounding the venue but the venue itself gave a modern and minimal feel…almost as if it could be in an urban setting yet it was surrounded by open fields and trees.

Processional: Pieces – Amanda Cook
Recessional: 3005 – Childish Gambino
First Dance: ILYSB – STRIPPED – LANY

Our photographer, Lauren, was so fun to work with – she has such a laid back personality, so as a couple we felt like we could just relax and be ourselves in front of her. She was also amazing about getting the details of what we wanted from her before the wedding day, so day-of was so natural and easy, we knew she had us covered. Same goes for our videographers, they were so professional yet made us feel like we were just hanging out with friends while they were capturing us.

Our wedding planner – Bash Co & Events – are a husband and wife team and they were the best decision we made during our wedding planning process. We met with them shortly after we got engaged and they were there throughout the whole process up until the wedding day. They helped not only with the practical details of the day but also with the design of the wedding – making sure that it felt like “us”. I couldn’t believe how peaceful I felt throughout the entire wedding day and I know so much of that had to do with Bash and knowing that they were there keeping everything in check so that all we had to focus on was getting married!

Our wedding colors were pretty neutral – black, white, blush – of course, paired with lots of greenery. Although we are a very modern couple, I wanted our color scheme to feel classic. I wanted to be able to look back at our wedding and still be drawn to the colors rather than think “oh yeah those colors were really trending when we got married but my taste has changed”.

We both love pizza (I know who doesn’t??) and we thought it would be so fun to have a wood-fired pizza at our wedding. Enrico’s Blaze does local wood-fired pizza catering and once we tried their pizza we were sold. After deciding on pizza for the main course, we decided to keep the Italian theme going for the rest of the food. Vanilla Orchid Catering provided an artisan cheese & charcuterie board for the cocktail hour and perfectly complimented the pizza with their Vanilla Orchid signature salad and fresh basil arancini for dinner.

One of our most memorable and favorite parts of the day was when we had a final last dance as a couple after all of our guests left the reception space and gathered outside to send us off. We hadn’t even originally planned on doing a “final dance” but our DJ suggested it and we are so thankful we made that a part of our day. Having a moment to enjoy each other and think “did that all just really happen?” was exactly how we wanted to finish our wedding. We absolutely loved being surrounded by family and friends the whole day, but to have that last moment to ourselves was perfect.

The Wedding Team:

Photography – Lauren Nicole Photo
Event Planning – Bash Co + Events
Venue – Prospect House
Floral Design – Color Theory Collective
Catering – The Vanilla Orchid Catering Company, Enrico’s Blaze
Cake – Feathers & Frosting
Officiant – Carl Gulley
DJ – Adante from LeForce Entertainment
Live Music – Jesse Lopedito
Videography – Narrate Studios
Stationery – Sydney Beth DesignsEpoch Design
Hair and Makeup Artist – Makenzi Laine
Wedding Dress – Made With Love from a&bé bridal shop
Bridal Accessories – Sara Gabriel
Bridesmaids’ Apparel – Reformation
Groom’s Apparel – SuitSupply, Taft
Groomsmen’s Apparel – Men’s Warehouse
Rings – David Yurman, Heidi Gibson
Rentals – Birch & Brass
Bartending – Drink Slingers
Vow Books – Moglea

 

Big thanks to Lauren Nicole Photo for sharing this modern Austin wedding with Junebug! Are you in love with the venue as much as we are? Then check out this minimalist glam Prospect House wedding in Central Texas.

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3 Comments

  1. Love the understated vibe of this wedding! Dreamy!!

  2. Very beautiful wedding. Congratulations!

  3. The wedding is beautiful. Wish them happiness

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