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  1. Every year, The Knot throws an epic party in Austin, Texas, which is a great preview for what's to come next in the world of weddings. All the details at our Austin market mixer were perfectly chic, starting with the dramatic, spring-inspired flower arrangements courtesy of Bouquets of Austin (who even created a monogram using bright pink and green blooms!) along with nine other inspirational details to steal for your own nuptials. Becky Navarro of Pearl Events Austin thought up the crisp and modern design aesthetic on the rooftop of the brand new J.W. Marriott, which featured sleek acrylic furniture from Premiere Events. Partygoers sipped on a custom blueberry cocktail and enjoyed small bites provided by the hotel. A highlight? Dessert included a stunning display of sugar swans crafted by Simon Lee Bakery and Instagram cookies by Kellie's Baking Co.! Check out all of our favorite details below, shot by a' laVie Photography, for some serious spring wedding inspiration:

  2. These Ghost Chairs and Clear Cocktail Table

    Minimalist modern clear lounge furniture

    Clear acrylic tables and chairs from Premiere Events were a chic and modern addition to the party. What's more, they didn't distract from the stunning views of downtown Austin!

  3. These Bright Flowers in White Acrylic Vases

    Vibrant whimsical pink and green flowers in white acrylic vase

    Bright pink and yellow arrangements from Bouquets of Austin added just the right amount of color to the open space.

  4. This Vibrant Spring Floral Monogram

    Spring-inspired pink and green floral monogram

    Spring has sprung! We love this flower-filled logo from Bouquets of Austin that would work perfectly as statement piece at your wedding.

  5. These Texas Blueberry Tito's Vodka Cocktails

    Texas Tito's blueberry vodka cocktail

    The J.W. Marriott Austin served up a signature cocktail full of local flair: a blueberry cocktail with Austin's own Tito's Vodka.

  6. This Swan Dessert Display on a Modern Clear Table

    Springtime swan dessert display

    Simon Lee Bakery crafted these sweet swans and delectable, all-white desserts while Bouquets of Austin went over-the-top with a ghost table filled with fresh pink and green blooms.

  7. This Elegant Swan Cake

    Swan cake by Simon Lee Bakery

    Here's a closer look at this stunning swan cake by Simon Lee Bakery!

  8. These Swan Cream Puffs

    Swan cream puff by Simon Lee Bakery

    Simon Lee Bakery created more swan sweets on a smaller scale in the form of cream puffs. Recreate the treat for a sweet dessert your wedding guests will love.

  9. These Modern Instagram Cookies

    Instagram cookies by Kellie's Baking Co.

    Treat guests with printed Instagram photo cookies (baked by Kellie's Baking Co.) for a personalized dessert that doubles as a sweet wedding favor.

  10. These Whimsical Photo Booth Props

    Whimsical photo booth party props

    ShutterBooth and My Event is the Bomb partnered to create a whimsical photo booth full of party props.

  11. This Bold Light Monogram

    Large light monogram

    Want to broadcast your new initials to the world? Consider an illuminated logo by Markey's Rental and Staging—a surefire way to really light up your wedding!

  12. Photographer: a' laVie Photography | Event Planner: Pearl Events Austin | Venue: J.W. Marriott Austin | Flowers: Bouquets of Austin | Lighting: Markey's Rental and Staging | Rentals: Premiere Events | DJ: Texas Pro DJ | Desserts: Kellie's Baking Co., Simon Lee Bakery | Favors: Chocolaterie Tessa | Photo Booth: My Event is the Bomb, ShutterBooth | Stationery: Méldeen | Hair and Makeup: Adore Makeup Boutique + Salon | Videography: ILC Films

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