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A Wild Onion Ranch Wedding in Austin, Texas

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Celeste & Dan in Austin, Texas
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“I loved our invitations,” Celeste recalls. “I knew from the start I didn’t want traditional invites, and when I found Avie Designs and her amazing laser-cut stationery, I couldn’t look at anything else. They are like little pieces of art!”
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A local designer created the programs, and incorporated a design that was also used on the menus and signage. "She created a look that went with the invitation and style, and she did an amazing job," Celeste says.
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A rustic wreath, made of succulents, white roses and lots of greenery, hung on one of the doors at The Wild Onion Ranch.
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Guests' names and table assignments were written with white ink on glossy green leaves.
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The couple had a margarita bar during cocktail hour, and guests sipped their drinks from colorful vintage glasses.
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Everyone loved the margarita bar, where bartenders served up lime blood orange, pomegranate and mango margaritas. The bar was decorated with fresh fruits, flowers and whimsical signage.
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All of the wedding paperwork, including the table name cards and menus, had a coordinated design element that mimicked the papel picado look from the invitations.
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“We found the perfect venue in The Wild Onion—Texas ranch meets Mexican hacienda with rustic décor and beautiful landscaping,” Celeste says.
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The cake was classic white, but each tier had a different filling, including strawberries and cream, dulce de leche and vanilla. It was decorated with large sugar magnolias on the tiers.
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Uniquely flavored margaritas, like blood orange and jalapeno-lime, were served up at the margarita bar during the cocktail hour and reception.
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Turquoise is Celeste's favorite color, so it was only natural that the color popped up now and then in the reception decor.
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Papel picado, brought in from Mexico City by a relative, make a lovely addition to the decor in the dance hall.
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Though the forecast called for precipitation on the day of the celebration, it didn't rain a drop and the reception went off without a hitch beneath a clear-top tent on the grounds of The Wild Onion Ranch.
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Toward the end of the night, Celeste shed her gown in favor of a short getaway dress, which she paired with turquoise earrings. “It was fun to change into something totally different from my wedding gown,” she says.


Celeste & Dan in Austin, Texas

Letting their lush venue take center stage, Celeste and Dan outfitted their ranch nuptials in a neutral color palette with organic splashes of turquoise and brown. Mexican-inspired details added some spice.
- Meghan Overdeep
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