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A Classic Romantic Wedding in Austin, TX

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Sarah & Travis in Austin, TX
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Voluminous white peonies and lamb's ears leaves made Sarah's bouquet undoubtedly wintry.
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Small votive candles on pedestals lit Sarah's path up to the altar.
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The classic country club ballroom space was the perfect canvas for the couple's traditional style.
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Tall silver candelabras draped with white orchids provided a glitzy focal point on the dinner tables.
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Small arrangements of hydrangeas and orchids dressed up the bases of the tall, thin centerpieces.
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Gold-rimmed chargers and damask-patterned linens exuded a royal vibe.
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Instead of a groom's cake, Travis wanted snickerdoodle cookies. They were served with shots of Bailey's Irish Cream.
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When guests wanted to give their feet a rest, they grabbed pairs of gold or silver flip-flops.

Sarah & Travis in Austin, TX

The Bride Sarah Hepp, 25, a banking lawyer The Groom Travis Frazier, 27, works in institutional sales at Simmons & Co. International The Date December 3 Rather than trying to pull off a specific theme, Sarah and Travis wanted to create a general ambience of romance and class throughout the evening. To that effect, they used a metallic color palette of silver, gold, charcoal gray and white, and topped it off by putting candles "wherever possible," Sarah says.
- Vi-An Nguyen
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