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An Allan House Wedding in Austin, Texas

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Sarah & James in Austin, Texas
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The couple worked with their stationery designer to create gorgeous watercolor invitations decorated with flowering succulents in shades of light green and coral.
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The same watercolor succulents from the invitations popped up in the welcome boxes that were given to out-of-town guests.
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A gorgeous watercolor invitation suite was created by Julie Song. The couple loved the whimsical and highly personalized designs on the save-the-date so much that hey had it framed for their home.
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"My bouquet was my favorite accessory of the whole weekend," says Sarah. It was a vibrant combination of coral and pink peonies, garden roses and ranunculuses, accented with succulents and dusty miller.
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Lush open ranunculuses were paired with dusty miller on the men's lapels.
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Rustic buckets filled with hydrangeas and stock sat next to a hand-painted sign with the couple's initials on it.
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The same watercolor design from the invitations and welcome boxes popped up on the programs.
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A mint green board was hung with striped ribbons, and the escort cards were pinned to the ribbons for a simple escort card display.
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“I wanted a light aquamarine
cake with the Brooklyn Bridge
winding around it. My baker
and her team made my vision
a reality. Some people want
a huge wedding portrait
of themselves above their
mantle—I want a portrait of
my wedding cake,” Sarah says.
“The color was just right and
my florist accented it with the
biggest, most beautiful co ...
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Striped ribbon was tied around the stems of the lush peonies, garden roses and ranunculuses in the bride's bouquet.
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Sarah and James were married in the courtyard of The Allan House, surrounded by a ring of bright pink flowers and all of their loved ones.
“We didn’t need to add much else to the setting—it was already so serene and beautiful,” Sarah says.
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The ring bearer carried a beautiful, striped ribbon-tied succulent down the aisle--before turning it upside down and dropping it! "Having little, little kids in your wedding party makes for some unexpected, memorable and hilarious moments," says Sarah.
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Weathered wood boxes filled with hydrangeas, roses and ranunculuses topped some of the tables at the reception.
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Simple table numbers sat next to laid-back arrangements of peonies and seeded eucalyptus. "Since we had a family-style dinner, Posey created a collection of beautiful centerpieces that didn't overwhelm the tables," says Sarah.
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Dinner was served outside in the courtyard, beneath trees covered in romantic twinkle lights.
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The couple chose Fleetwood Mac's "Songbird" for their first dance.
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"We chose Royal Fig not only because they had the most delicious food, but also because they specialize in family-style dinners for large events," says Sarah.
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After a fun sparkler exit from the reception, the newlyweds hopped in a
pedicab decked out with green and pink soda cans and a “just married” sign.

Sarah & James in Austin, Texas

The couple planned a sweet affair full of soft colors, like natural white, ivory and mint green, accented with vibrant pops of coral, fuchsia and pink.
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