An Eclectic Fall Wedding at the Witte Museum in San Antonio, Texas

San Antonio, Texas, natives Pamela Osborn (24 and a sales representative) and Taylor Dreiss (24 and a civil engineer) knew they wanted to throw an outdoor wedding in their hometown, and the Witte Museum was perfect. The museum’s two adjoining courtyards, surrounded by old oak trees, provided lush ceremony and reception spaces for their eclectic and colorful fall fete. Wallace Vaughn at the Last Straw Florist brought together seasonal elements of rich fall hues, such as purple, orange and red, that popped against the natural greenery; he even added pheasant feathers for a whimsical touch. Pamela and Taylor’s wedding arch was dripping with bold blooms and fall foliage! For the reception, Pamela got creative with DIY details like carving butternut squashes to use as vases and adding gold candles to enhance the warm ambience. Even the dinner menu was something you’d see at a Thanksgiving feast—they had a turkey-carving station with roasted potatoes. But the most unforgettable detail? Cakes by Cynthia ran with the fall theme and created two jaw-dropping cakes for Pamela and Taylor that totally captured their style (and their favorite flavors). See the prettiness below, captured by Kurtis Kronk Photography.