Rachel and Mike envisioned a timelessly elegant wedding with a modern and fashion forward flair. With the help of Gina Whittington of WHITT, their perfect day was even better than they imagined. The couple loved WHITT’s vision of Ashley Woodson Bailey’s photo “Cherries” serving as a striking dance floor. Making the unique focal point come to life was no easy task, but WHITT made it a reality and it was even better than anyone had anticipated! Magnolias were a must! Touches of the flower were seen throughout the decor. White florals, modern vessels and tons of candlelight set a romantic scene at the Four Seasons Hotel Austin. As the memorable evening came to a close, guests lined up donning white leis and waving gold pom poms as the couple made their grand exit. Flip to page 207 in the current Brides of Austin issue to read more from this beautiful wedding!
From the designer: I am obsessed with the work of Ashley Woodson Bailey and I thought Rachel would love to have it showcased on the dance floor! It had never been done before, but she totally trusted that it would be the focal “wow” of the evening — and it was!
coordination & styling | WHITT
accommodations, cakes, catering & venue | Four Seasons Hotel Austin
decor/rentals | Premiere Events
invitations | Paper Place
engagement ring, registry | The Menagerie
rehearsal dinner | Pecan Grove
The Bridal Salon at Stanley Korshak, Barton Strings, Stephen Burnaman, Linda Burgess, Taylor Ann King, CompuSigns, Sauce the Band, Merveille Events, Daniel Barr – Tarver Hill Salon, FILO Productions, Makeup by Denise, Diana M. Lott Photography, Transportation Consultants, 4 Leaf Limo, Crescent Films, Bock Jewelry Co.