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Liz&Bobby featured in Elizabeth Anne Designs TODAY!

I really, really, really… love my job! Love this feature today in Elizabeth Anne Designs!

Elizabeth and Robert perfected rustic elegance with their wedding at Camp Lucy, in Dripping Springs outside of Austin, Texas. We just love the sweet, pastel colors against the woodsy venue–gorgeous lush blooms fromBouquets of Austin, pale blush bridesmaids dresses from Monique Lhuillier, and lots of lace on Elizabeth’sEnzoani gown and cathedral veil from Bridal Boutique. We’re drawn to these pretty photos from Photography by Vanessa, especially with details of the tri-fold ceremony programs by Shine Wedding Invitations and a cake by Coco Paloma Desserts festooned with fresh blooms. Elegant rentals from Whim Event Rentals mix with iron pieces from Mancino Iron Rentals, which reinforce the romantic, rustic theme. Says Elizabeth of their “gorgeous” wedding, “We wanted a romantic and intimate hill country wedding. It felt like a perfect Texas weekend.” We couldn’t agree more!



lindsay - Gorg!! Who did the lighting?

vanessa - Hi Lidsay… THANKS! Intelligent Lighting Design – Vanessa

Courtney Collins - Beautiful! What month did this wedding take place?

vanessa - Hi Courtney! It was November 17th. Vanessa

Allie&Jacob featured in Belle the Magazine!

A Neutral Winter Wedding in San Antonio, Texas

On this Wedding Wednesday, we know you might be in need of a fabulous dose of inspirational weddings to get you through the rest of the week. So we called on to the amazingly talented, Photography by Vanessa to help us jump start your Wednesday with a winter wedding that will definitely blow you away! When this darling duo opted for a late December winter nuptials they called on to Sweet August Events to help create a festive affair that embraced the season by incorporating romantic touches like manzanita branches with twinkling lights to marvelous florals in a neutral color palette. The newly Mr. & Mrs. entered their winter wonderland soiree through a gorgeous hand-made arch of pussy willow branches and twinkly lights that made for a picture perfect memory. The dance floor was in full swing while the lovebirds danced the night away with family and friends until it was time to set off as husband and wife through a tunnel of smiles and sparklers. FEATURE!


Allie Jones - How cool this is, Vanessa! And how deserving your photos are to be in a magazine. I love each and every one of them. Thank you for such a fabulous photography job!

vanessa - THANK YOU Allie! You guys are awesome. Vanessa

Sharlym&David! Hotel Ella – Austin, Texas Wedding

What an AMAZING Wedding at Hotel Ella! Thanks to Jessica from Pearl Events for her great matchmaking skills. Part 2 coming soon!001__SD002__SD003__SD004__SD005__SD006__SD007__SD008__SD009__SD010__SD011__SD012__SD013__SD014__SD015__SD016__SD017__SD018__SD019__SD020__SD021__SD022__SD023__SD024__SD025__SD026__SD027__SD028__SD029__SD030__SD031__SD032__SD

Hotel Ella, Pearl Events, Verbena Floral Design, Simon Lee Bakery, Anthony with Green Belt DJ and Rhea McCarter

jillH. - Love the black & white theme of this one. I want for mine. Also bride’s dress is *beautiful *on her… flattering and classy! I just love love it.

Laura&Bryan featured in Borrowed&Blue!

When an Austin wedding full of this much emotion and loveliness hits our inboxes, we know we can’t keep it from the world! Laura & Bryan’s sweet soirée at the Umlauf Sculpture Garden just warms our hearts and has us grinning from ear to ear, from the coordinating bridesmaids’ dresses of peach and blush hues to that charming crown of blooms the flower girl wore. The bride herself just radiates beauty and grace through and through, and we know her darling husband agrees by the way he looks at her. Laura shares a few words about the planning process for this fabulous celebration.

From the bride…. We had about a year to plan our wedding, so we were able to take everything one step at a time. I am a full time graduate student, so we had to be creative as we planned a wedding on a budget. We initially wanted a small, intimate celebration, but soon realized we had too big of a family to leave out of the fun. Choosing the Umlauf Sculpture Garden for our location set the entire event in motion….we wanted to keep the feeling relaxed, outdoorsy, romantic, and still have that Austin feeling. The ceremony felt magical, with the breeze and swaying trees created a sense of peace as we stood up there and read our vows we had written for each other. Our wedding was everything we could have hoped it would be and more!