If you’re just now stopping by for the first time today, don’t do any scrolling just yet! Instead, bee-line it over to Part 1 of Heather + Tibaut’s beautiful bohemian black tie wedding. You’ll be glad that you did! If you’re all caught up, welcome to Part 2 – the stunning reception – complete with a fun + perfectly styled cocktail hour, followed by a quintessential barn bash.
With the Texas wildflowers as a starting point of their inspiration, a palette of muted pinks, lavenders, and ambers, dialed up with pops of richer berry tones, set the stage for a beautifully designed reception environment. Loot Vintage Rentals provided pieces with a perfect mix of boho + posh and ultra lush blooms The Nouveau Romantics seemed to don every flat surface in sight. But we’ll stop right there. You’ll see all this, and more, for yourself in a sec; The Nichols couldn’t have captured this one better!
From The Nouveau Romantics, Cocktail hour was kicked off in a nearby grove of trees by three specialty cocktails — a Michelada for the groom, Pear-Lavender Lemonade for the bride, and a Kickin’ Mule (as a play off the Moscow Mule), as well as the couple’s favorite Brooklyn and Texas beers. As the sun set into twilight, guests mingled and enjoyed the view, while munching on upscale takes on Southern and Tex-Mex inspired appetizers and listening to a Texan bluegrass band.
Dinner was served family-style, at rows of 100-foot long exposed wood tables. An abundance of candlelight created a warm ambiance that spilled out of the barn and into the night beyond…
Heather + Tibaut shared their first dance as husband + wife under a canopy of twinkling lights to Nick Drake’s “Pink Moon”, performed by local talent, The Motts.
We hope you all loved H + T’s wedding as much as we enjoyed sharing it! To see even more of this beautiful celebration, be sure to pick up a copy of the current issue of Martha Stewart Weddings, which features a peek at Heather + Tibaut’s day!
Bravo to the talented team of wedding creatives below and congrats, again, to Heather + Tibaut!
photography: The Nichols // venue name: family ranch in Dripping Springs, Texas // event design: The Nouveau Romantics // planning: The Nouveau Romantics // florals: The Nouveau Romantics // hair stylist: Shannon Briggs-Hack & Ashley Van Dusen from Janet St. Paul Salon // videography: Shark Pig // calligraphy: Magpie Paperworks // catering: Kurant Events // sunday brunch: Kurant Events // bride: Coco Paloma // groom's cakes: Coco Paloma // sunday tent city breakfast: Pueblo Viejo Taco Truck // stationery: The Nouveau Romantics // vintage rentals: Loot Vintage Rentals // rentals: Marquee Rents, Premiere Party Central, Whim Event Rentals // ceremony: Bluegrass band // dinner band: Bluegrass band // reception band: The Motts // sound: Big House Sound // lighting: Illios Lighting // rentals delivery: Event Rescue Services // set up: Event Rescue Services // tents: Sperry Tents // photo booth: Smilebooth // wedding party glamping tents: Shelter Co. // fireworks: Illumination Fireworks // transportation: Transportation Consultants // washrooms: Texas Loo