A Romantic Outdoor Wedding in San Antonio, TX

The Bride Allison Sandoloski, 27, a researcher The Groom Zach Kaplan, 32, the founder and CEO of a technology company The Date March 12  Because their

The Bride Allison Sandoloski, 27, a researcher The Groom Zach Kaplan, 32, the founder and CEO of a technology company The Date March 12 Because their wedding date fell during the transitional period between winter and spring, Allison and Zach chose colors they thought reflected that part of the season: gray, ivory and shades of pink. A floral stationery design helped inspire the rest of the wedding details -- incredibly lush pink flowers, opulent tablescapes and lots of candlelight added up to a lavish, romantic vibe.

A huppah wrapped in pink flowers and branches made a stunning focal point for the outdoor ceremony.
Candles and warm uplighting around the perimeter of the room made the large space seem cozy.
Allison and Zach complemented their outdoor setting with an abundance of pink flowers, petals and leaves.
Slightly imperfect buttercream and cascading fresh pink flowers made for a sweet cake.
Allison’s classic bouquet contained only one kind of flower: large white roses.
Cocktail Hour Mariachi Band
Pink Ranunculus Bouquet
The 48-foot-long head table was topped with super-lush arrangements of varying heights, pillar candles and mercury-glass votives.
Napkins printed with fun facts about the couple served as conversation starters at the cocktail hour.
Because their wedding date fell right before the daylight savings time adjustment, Allison and Zach sent guests home with cookies to remind them to turn their clocks forward.
Classic dishware, glassware and table linens helped foster a formal atmosphere.
The pink-and-green floral wreath that decorated the programs tied in with the ceremony décor perfectly.