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This rustic elegance wedding blended together with traditional charm in the most magical way for Bethany Bounds and Keenan Rigdon. The bridal party went with classic blush gowns which paired perfectly against the lush, organic decor and pastel flowers from Bouquets of Austin. After the ceremony, the guests headed to the Bullock Texas State History Museum for an exciting and energetic evening. The museum was saturated with eye-catching elements like a the couple’s custom monogram ice sculpture by Full Spectrum Ice Sculptures, a flower-covered cascading staircase, and a tablescape with romantic candles and gold accents.  Wedding planner, Lexie, with Pearl Events Austin, paid attention to every detail as she executed the most romantic, intimate wedding day for the pair. The couple ended the night with a confetti-filled last dance and a sparkler-lined final farewell. Check out the photos below to catch a glimpse of all the details from their stunning day!

Photos// SMS Photography

From the bride: “Our favorite memory was the last dance before we ran out to get in our car. All the guests were escorted outside to light their sparklers for our farewell. Our band came back out, and we got to dance in an empty room to our first dance song. It was a time for just the two of us to soak in everything that had just happened. At the end of the song, confetti came down from the ceiling – we had no idea that was planned, and it was awesome!”

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Blue Bridal Boutique, Rosemary's Catering, Pink Champagne Paper, Simon Lee Bakery, Benold's Jewelers, In10City Band, Mirror Mirror Salon, FILO Productions, Morgan Matous Makeup, SMS Photography, The Black Tux, ILC Films, Life Austin Chapel