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Ryan & Griff in Austin, TX
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Ryan’s florist upped the glamour of her cascading bouquet of white Oriental lilies by adorning it with rhinestones and satin ribbon.
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Ryan changed from her champagne color peep toe sling backs into more sassy blue shoes for the reception. She dressed them up with shoe clips she made herself. “I took some ice blue feathers, some crystals and beads, wired it all together and voila,” she exclaims!
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Ryan’s six bridesmaids each wore a black silk shantung cocktail dress with a full skirt and side pockets but they were able to choose from four different styles. “I wanted each bridesmaid to have a dress that fit her body type best and was something that they felt comfortable in.”
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Ryan’s two flower girls, her nieces, wore ice blue dresses that had full skirts and a bow detail in the back.
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A custom-made logo incorporating Ryan’s signature black and white damask and a chic black chandelier was emblazoned on everything, including the ceremony programs.
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After her bridesmaids walked down the aisle to Moon River by Henry Mancini -- the theme song of Breakfast at Tiffany’s -- Ryan and Griff exchanged formal vows.
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Even the smallest detail is a place to “stamp” your wedding with personality, as Ryan did on her escort cards by including the signature icy blue color.
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The tables in the ballroom were decorated with three different centerpieces: a tall centerpiece that featured an arrangement of hydrangea mixed with black branches illuminated from the bottom by an LED candle, a low centerpiece of blue and white hydrangea nestled in a black box and non-floral centerpiece featuring a lamp with a black and white dama ...
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The tables in the ballroom were decorated with three different centerpieces: a tall centerpiece that featured an arrangement of hydrangea mixed with black branches illuminated from the bottom by an LED candle, a low centerpiece of blue and white hydrangea nestled in a black box and non-floral centerpiece featuring a lamp with a black and white dama ...
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The tables in the ballroom were decorated with three different centerpieces: a tall centerpiece that featured an arrangement of hydrangea mixed with black branches illuminated from the bottom by an LED candle, a low centerpiece of blue and white hydrangea nestled in a black box and non-floral centerpiece featuring a lamp with a black and white dama ...
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For a personal touch, Ryan and Griff named their tables after places and things that held meaning to them: the bar where they first met, cities that they’d travelled to together and, of course, Ryan’s personal heroine: Audrey Hepburn.
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The four tiers of the bride’s cake were decorated in black and white fondant meant to look like damask.
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Guests sent Ryan and Griff off in a 1961 Cadillac convertible. “We’re both vintage car nuts,” says Ryan.
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Ryan & Griff in Austin, TX

It was straight from a movie: a stolen glance across a crowded lounge, a sidle up to the bar to order a drink from the cute bartender, an evening spent laughing with that bartender and completely ignoring his other plans, a missed text message, a lost cell phone and an eventual first date about three weeks later. So was the start of Ryan and Griff’s romance. The Bride Ryan Raney, 30, an accountant The Groom Charles Griffin “Griff” Dabadie, 29, a quality engineer The Date Augut 29 A little over three years later, at a minor league baseball game, Griff proposed, Ryan, of course, said yes and she was off planning her own Hollywood moment -- her Breakfast at Tiffany’s-inspired wedding.
- Davida Sidrane Hogan
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