Kat and Mile's Dripping Springs, Texas wedding featured a colorful, fall palette, luscious florals, and a bold ceremony backdrop. When the couple got engaged they knew they wanted their good friend and photographer, Kelly O'Connor Photography, to be a part of their day. Between the choice of joining the bridal party or capturing their big day, Kelly chose to document this colorful and romantic affair!
Keep reading to see how this bride and groom created a truly modern and vibrant wedding celebration.
Miles and Kat met online in 2019 and quickly fell in love! Their love story was not without challenges, as they experienced Miles' multiple deployments over the years. Through their resilience together, Miles knew he was going to pop the question. Kat's love of Prospect House led him to propose there, as well as them returning to the property for their wedding venue!
Kat's swoon-worthy gown is from Jenny Yoo - a designer known for her romantic and elegant designs!
Kat's bold, autumn palette bouquet was created by Wild Bunches Floral - the pop of color reflected the bride's playful and creative personality!
These lovely champagne bridesmaids dresses are from Show Me Your Mumu - you can grab this Verona Cowl Dress below for $168.
We often see a standard curved wedding arch, with varying details and styles; however geometric arches have been the trend for the last few years. Kat and Miles' wedding backdrop was a bold and modern white square!
Uptown Events Texas did an amazing job of bringing Kat’s vision to life. The best way to describe her personality is a mix of edgy/spunky with a little bit of color. All of the details (featuring rentals from Bee Lavish Event Rentals) couldn’t have matched her style better!
This bohemian floral "nude cake" was created by Royal Fig Catering.
From the photographer, Kelly O'Connor Photography:
"Sometimes things don’t go as planned in the wedding world and that’s why there’s almost always a backup plan – especially when weather is involved. Right before they were about to have their grand exit, a massive storm came out of nowhere. We quickly switched gears and had a bubble exit under the covered breezeway. In the end, these turned out to be some of my favorite exit photos!View All Images