A Lakeway Resort and Spa in Austin, Texas

The couple used a modern, sunny color scheme of ivory, yellow and subdued gray for their bright, airy summer soiree at a beautiful lakeside resort and

The couple used a modern, sunny color scheme of ivory, yellow and subdued gray for their bright, airy summer soiree at a beautiful lakeside resort and spa.

Clusters of blush and ivory roses decorated the ends of the chairs along the ceremony aisle.
The newlyweds chose Ben E. King's Stand by Me for their first dance as husband and wife.
A pair of cheery canary-yellow, peep-toe pumps peeked out from the bottom of Claire's Nicole Miller gown.
The ceremony—which included a unity candle lighting—was held in Lakeway Resort’s Vistas Ballroom with floor-to-ceiling glass walls overlooking Lake Travis. Claire and Law were married beneath a wrought iron arch draped with ivory cymbidium orchids, roses, sunflowers and French tulips.
Small boxes of matches, printed with the phrase Eat Drink and Be Married, tied in with the celebration's cheery yellow palette.
The sweet and simple cake was decorated with Swiss dots and topped with yellow roses and sunflowers.
Law wore a single yellow calla lily pinned to the lapel of his gray suit.
A variety of centerpieces topped tables, including tall clear vases of sunflowers, tulips, roses, hydrangeas and calla lilies.
The programs were printed with brilliant gold ink on ivory card stock. A bright yellow ribbon along the side was the finishing touch.
The chocolate groom's cake looked just like the couple's dog, Tucker, complete with a tennis ball between his paws!
Tall cylinder vases were filled to the top with plump lemons -- a fun way to incorporate the signature color of the day.
Law proposed with a gorgeous, emerald-cut diamond engagement ring while he and Claire were on a hike near Pepperdine University (her alma mater).
Claire's seven bridesmaids and maid-of-honor wore Alfred Sung dresses in different styles, but kept to the same cocktail-length for a cohesive look. They carried charming yellow and white bouquets of sunflowers, roses, stock and gerbera daisies.
“Yellow has always been my favorite color,” Claire explains. “Experts say it’s ‘the color of happiness, wisdom and imagination that’s usually associated with a sunny and shrewd personality, a good business head and a strong sense of humor.’ I’d like to think that describes me!”
Bright yellow and white bouquets of Texas roses, gerbera daisies, peonies, billy balls and sunflowers complemented the bridesmaids' yellow dresses.
The men wore gray herringbone, two-button suits with neckties that matched the bridesmaid dresses.