Corporate Fiesta

Serapes, paper flowers and Latin entertainment kept the crowd moving at this corporate event at Pearl Stable. Photography by Jennifer Hamlett.

Garden Vintage

Guests were transported back to the roaring 20’s at the Spanish Governor’s Palace with jazz music, vintage centerpieces and soft candlelight. Photos courtesy of Nachyelli Photography

Museum Wonderland

Vibrant florals, extravagant tents and a dazzling lounge club scene delighted guests at the Witte Museum. Every inch was transformed with surprises around every corner. Photos courtesy of David Sixt.

Enchanted Forest

Butterflies, pixie lights and a magical tree growing out of a table transformed the McNay into a forest of beauty and enchantment. Photos courtesy of Philip Thomas Photography

Springtime Gardens

The Gardens of Cranesbury View provided a scenic garden setting for this old world wedding with charm and beauty. Champagne satin and eggplant blended perfectly in the ballroom where guests toasted with traditional Swedish and Italian drinks. Photos courtesy of Miranda Laine Photography

Museum Jetsetters

This couple loved to travel and it reflected everywhere in their décor. Vintage suitcases, travel tags and destination table markers helped guide guests to their seats. Photos courtesy of Andy Sams Photography

Rio Plaza

Golds and purples mixed with stunning white orchids create a vibrant and spectacular wedding at Rio Plaza. Photos courtesy of Alamo Photographic.

Brazilian Beat

Guests unleashed their inner rhythm to the drums of Samba, and opened up their pocket books for this toe tapping, booty shaking fundraiser. Photos courtesy of Goen South

Autumn Romance

I just love greens. So fresh and earthy. This McNay Art Museum wedding came alive with warm browns, creams and greens. Photos courtesy of Anne-Marie Photography

Love Bugs

The Southwest School of Art was the perfect back drop for lovely fall tones mixed with black and white damask. Lady bugs rested on the centerpieces as guests danced the night away. Photos courtesy of Amy DeYoung Photography