We all know 2020 was a wild year not only just in general, but also in our wedding world. We rescheduled over 38 weddings in 2020 because of Government shutdowns, or our couples feeling unsafe to move on with their current wedding date.
Kate + Corbin were one of our sweet couples who unfortunately were forced to reschedule their big day last year. We were slated for a beautiful Spring wedding, but had to settle for a date later on in the fall. While rescheduling a wedding is hands down one of the hardest things a bride will ever do – I’m certain that in the end, everything will work out just as it should – if not better.
From the very first consult with Kate, I knew I was going to be obsessed with this wedding. Her jewel-toned color palette stole my heart from the start, but also so many other elements of their wedding made me SO excited. A bluebell inspired Groom’s cake, floral chandelier. All at one of my very favorite small town venues, The Venue on Church Street in Cuero. There’s something I just love about the wrap around up stairs of the venue, and the elegance the venue brings. We’ve worked at The Venue plenty of times, but one thing I loved about Kate’s wedding is the greenery installation we did on the brick wall on the stage. Typically the stage has a large band on it, so we don’t get to decorate it much. I was ecstatic when Kate said she wanted the stage to have her full bridal party tables and to have florals along the wall.
Kate + Corbin were married in an intimate ceremony on their original wedding date, but used the stage as a backdrop on their “reception” date, for reading of their vows. These two sure know how to throw a party.
Take a look for yourself and let this inspire all of your jewel-toned dreams!
April 8, 2021