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Allison and Andrew’s fall garden brunch theme had a vibrant fall color palette, including rust, dark green and ivory! With organically opulent accents, it is entirely evident that this is a proper garden brunch. Amidst all the romance, there are so many DIY details that are absolutely to-die-for. While working from home during this patience-testing pandemic, Allison had time to add personal touches to her special day. Calling all soon-to-be-brides: she recommends only spending a limited amount of time researching and making decisions before moving on, so as a couple, you can enjoy more quality time together. Clearly, all the hands-on hard work paid off! This couple also used some outside help, and one of their favorite vendors happened to be Lavender & Lily Floral, which is no surprise since that bouquet is full of fresh fall vibes. The cake from Sweet Treets Bakery not only looks tasty but has the most mesmerizing minimalist touch. As if this brunch could get any better, imagine a rest-assured night at the Fairmont Austin with breakfast in bed the following morning! We have major envy over this garden brunch wedding. For more on Allison and Andrew’s most helpful wedding vendor, scroll below. Cheers!

Photo / / Photographs by Britt Crowe

From the bride on her dream wedding maker: “Our florist, Mallory with Lavender & Lily Floral, created the most gorgeous flowers I’ve ever seen – everything really came together after she got involved and shared her artistic vision with us!”


Planning a garden affair of your own? Check out these real Austin wedding scenes that look like they are straight out of “Better Homes and Gardens” magazine!

Other Local Vendors:
ATX Wedding Planner, Bella Bridesmaids, La Pera, Party Pony Trailers, Photographs by Britt Crowe, Santisi Bartending and Event Staff, The Portable Powder Room, The Vineyards at Chappel Lodge