Sami & Tyson, April 2017, Dripping Springs

Sami and Tyson had a lot of big priorities for their wedding day. They wanted a really meaningful ceremony, so they hired local officiant extraordinaire Spike Gillespie to craft and deliver it (and it was good!). They met in The University of Texas Longhorn Band during college and continue to share a love of music today, so they booked the fabulous Hot Sauce ATX to rock the wedding (huge kudos to Sonia Moore for being such a vibrant and fun emcee). And they both have impeccable style and taste, so the aesthetics of their wedding were very high on the list. This started with their selection of the beautifully artistic Prospect House venue, continued through the elegant and crisp design of their website, invitations and event day printing (all designed by Tyson himself), and was truly fulfilled by Merveille Events and their gorgeous floral installation. Merveille braved the wind to install copious amounts of smilax on the weather vane and ceremony square of Prospect House, put together a gorgeous array of florals, succulents and “edibles” (artichokes, lettuces, etc., to honor Sami’s career as a dietician) for the guest tables, and even installed giant paper flowers in an array of neutral tones to add texture and depth to one wall of the dining room. Bespoke Food rounded out the beauty (and tastiness) of the event with a gorgeous buffet display of food including gourmet tacos and a colorful array of salads and toppings. Bespoke helped Sami and Tyson come up with catchy signature drinks - the “Something Old-Fashioned” and the “Something Blueberry Moscow Mule” - that the guests happily enjoyed once cocktail hour kicked off.

 

Florist: Merveille Events
Transportation: Uptown Valet
Dress: Signature Bridal Salon
Hair/Makeup: Lucie Marie
Hotel: Hotel Van Zandt
Rehearsal Dinner: Treaty Oak