Kendall and Tanner planned for a bright, fun, Spring wedding, but COVID had other plans for them. We unfortunately had to reschedule their big day to the fall – but I love how we transitioned their Spanish Inspired wedding from Spring to Fall.
From day one – I was SO obsessed with everything Kendall showed me as inspiration for their wedding. Bright, bold colors – emerald bridesmaids dresses, floral crowns and all taking place at one of my favorites – The McNay Art Museum. With subtle changes in colors and tones to bring the feeling of fall, we were able to bring all of Kendall’s floral dreams to life! Suspended florals adorned her tables, mixed with her sister-in-laws collection of blue and white ginger jars. Table numbers we had painted on Mexican ceramic tiles and all of the guests broke out paper floral crowns on the dance floor! This wedding embodied all of San Antonio’s finest traditions.
One of my absolute favorite parts of Kendall + Tanner’s big day was the Catholic Church they were married in. When I walked in the back on the church to deliver their ceremony flowers, my jaw dropped to the floor. I love a beautiful church, and the large organ pipes and emerald tones throughout the church won my heart!
We couldn’t have done this wedding without the incredible team of vendors Kendall booked – make sure and check them out!
Planning & Design: @brookeconawayforvolare
Catering & Bar: @trueflavorssa
Getting Ready: @thestanthonyhotel
Photo Booth: @5050photobooth
Invitations : @mintedweddingsRing Box: @the_mrs_box
January 17, 2021