Once again, we are very happy to be featured in Bliss Bridal Magazine! Allison and Zachary had a beautiful vintage inspired wedding here at Vintage Villas, with the help of Coordinate This, Petal Pushers Event Floral Design, and Simon Lee Bakery. E. E. Photography did an amazing job shooting this wedding, with the help of 2nd Generation Video Productions as their videographer. Each image helped to capture the vintage vibe of not only the wedding details, but the couple as well. This shabby chic wedding was tailored to the bride and groom perfectly, from the ruffled cake to each individual mason jar filled with floral arrangements and hung with twine.We love each aspect of this wedding and we hope you do as well!
This exciting photo shoot which was featured in Bliss Bridal Magazine was so much fun to do! Becky Navarro from Pearl Events Austin did a fantastic job designing this whimsical wonderland in our Event Center and Gazebo. Flora Fetish constructed the beautiful floral arrangements for both the inside and outside table settings. If this is the look you’d like for your event, then you could make it happen by contacting Premiere Party Central for the tables, chairs, and other rental needs. This saucy soiree was perfectly captured by Daniel C. Photography. Overall, it was an amazing time watching all of the details for this festive reception come to life! Enjoy!
Calling all Austin brides! Don’t forget to register for The Modern Bridal Expo!
Attendees have the chance to win a FREE HONEYMOON to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico!
My favorite kind of wedding is DIY and the weddings here at Vintage Villas this weekend
were definitely that. DIY flowers, signs, centerpieces, & more!
Left to right: centerpiece floral designed by the bride (!), apple pie pops as favors,
and vintage bottles hung from the gazebo
Top: Hand stamped dictionary sheets & flowers by Petal Pushers.
Bottom: Fun vintage candy bar.
Brides will always find themselves swamped with details and details and more details. Sometimes those personal touches for your guests become overlooked. I see PLENTY of weddings and it is those little touches I just love! In the midst of peak season I have hand picked a few of my favorite ideas for your guests to enjoy.
Paper bags can be bought at your local grocery store at $1.50 for about 200 bags.
The favor bags above were a DIY project I did. We did around 180 bags. Hole punched, strung ribbon through and stamped each bag by hand = 4 hours of man time with 5 bridesmaids. Plus, pretty packaging makes the guest feel even sweeter!
Craft seating cards. this display was done by Bouquets of Austin for a recent wedding here at Vintage Villas (sorry for my fuzzy iPhone picture). This was done by taking the glass out of a picture frame, pouring sand with in the frame, and placing each hand stamped seating card in the sand with succulents surrounding. Easy DIY if I say so myself!
One of my favorite parts of a wedding is the candy and desert bars. Anything from the classic cake table to the extraordinary sweets bar, I love it all! The Vintage Villas sales team had the opportunity last week to meet Andrea Duty of Bake Sale and taste her sweet treats! Bake Sale delivers daily & can create a customizable dessert buffet (yes buffet!) for your special event. Jump on the bandwagon and have Bake Sale “bring your sweet visions to life”!