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A Traditional Wedding in Austin, TX

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Jennifer & Jason in Austin, TX
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Jennifer’s bouquet was made up of orange tulips, roses, and dahlias while the bridesmaid bouquets were dahlias and hydrangeas.
David Kurio Designs, Austin
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The bridesmaids wore strapless dresses in a pretty orange color and simple gold necklaces that Jennifer gave them.
Priscilla of Boston, Houston
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Rather than leaving the orange ceremony programs in a basket, each guest was handed one along with a glass of champagne as they entered the ceremony.
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The huppah’s bright orange pillars were draped in chiffon and topped with orange roses, Mokara orchids, cymbidiums, and hydrangeas.
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The escort cards were displayed on trays full of orange jelly beans.
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In addition to tall candelabras, there were five glass vases on the reception tables, each with a single variety of flower.
David Kurio Designs, Austin
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Their cake was decorated with soft peach fondant and damask appliques and topped with fresh flowers.
Miss Janette’s Cakes, Austin
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The couple’s friends own a cookie company, so the favors were gift boxes of fresh chocolate chip and snickerdoodle cookies.
Tiff’s Treats, Austin
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As the couple made their exit, guests threw confetti poppers, drenching them in a flurry of colored paper.

Jennifer & Jason in Austin, TX

The couple met in Italy - Jason emailed some friends whom Jennifer happened to be traveling with. The Bride Jennifer Frank, 30 and an attorney at Weinman and Associates The Groom Jason Caras, 33 and a part-time equity trader at Kershner Trading Group and law student at St. Mary’s School of Law in San Antonio The Date August 15 Jennifer found a damask design she liked and incorporated the design in where she could, from the invitations to the cake. Her colors were different hues of orange and peach.
- Amy Beth Frye
Their Ingredients
  • Priscilla of Boston, Houston
  • Miss Janette’s Cakes, Austin
  • Tiff’s Treats, Austin

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