A Vuka Wedding in Austin, Texas

Sara and Michael gave their vintage glam wedding a fun, festive edge with two live bands, a lively reception and sky lanterns.

Sara and Michael gave their vintage glam wedding a fun, festive edge with two live bands, a lively reception and sky lanterns.

The bridesmaids chose their own black dresses for the wedding, which they paired with metallic pumps.
Sara wanted her bridal look to have a vintage feel with just a hint of glam. A vintage fur stole was the perfect complement to her look and kept her warm in the cool October air.
A bright red ranunculus added a fresh pop of color to Michael's look.
Sara filled jars with Round Rock Honey to give to guests as favors.
The couple exchanged vows in a simple outdoor ceremony at Vuka that was officiated by a close friend.
The high centerpieces had a unique rustic vibe with lush greenery and hanging red amaranthus.
The bridesmaids carried bouquets of rich red roses and dahlias accented by eucalyptus and astilbe.
The couple chose the Embellished Wave Pattern from Wedding Paper Divas  in red and gold to go with their vintage glam theme.
A performance by folk-rock band Whiskey Shivers gave the couple's ceremony a fun twist.
The reception had a rustic vibe with unique tumbleweed chandeliers, wood farm tables and a deep red and green color palette.
Vintage mercury glass lanterns were hung from the trees to give the ceremony a whimsical vibe.
Sara and Michael had their first dance to Baby We're Really In Love by Hank Williams.
The couple's dog, decked out in a festive burgundy bow, walked down the aisle for the ceremony processional.
Sara walked down the aisle in a pair of ruby red suede heels with floral embellished straps.
Fresh green ferns added a natural, woodland touch to the three-tier buttercream cake.
The newlyweds started the reception festivities with a lively recessional led by the Minor Mishap Marching Band.
Sara's lush bridal bouquet was filled with ivory garden roses, dahlias and astilbe. Tropical foliage added a unique look and a layer of depth to the bouquet.