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A Vintage Celebration in Salado

A vintage celebration in Salado, TX wouldn’t have been complete without, 70s styled table décor, a pearl headband blusher, a tea-length lace dress with velvet bows and a historic white chapel.

Erich and Jack had actually already been married for a while and had a beautiful baby girl, but they wanted to have a celebration with family and friends. Jack’s mother got to work getting ready to host in their backyard this past June.

Eric and I are suckers for a backyard wedding. They just hit different. They are more personal by families using family heirlooms or special details used in the over all theme. A simple white tent covered gorgeous decorated tables.

Pops of golds, pinks, oranges and yellows were a perfect color story for a summer wedding. The place settings were vintage plates with 70s styled floral and mossy green designs. My favorite part, however was the white Methodist Chapel in Salado, TX.

The congregation was established in the 1850’s, and is located on a beautifully wooded 9.5-acre site on the eastern edge of Salado in the Texas Hill Country.

The Salado United Methodist Church Chapel, built in 1890, portrays the popular Gothic Revival style and is a stop on the national landmarks tour.

The beautiful historic Chapel that has been featured in Hill Country Magazine and Texas Monthly.

a detail image of the menue card setting on the table in between the glassware

Jack walked down the aisle alone, and Erich couldn’t stop looking at her. They held hands, quoted scripture, lit unity candles, and Erich celebrated by giving Jack a kiss and throwing his hands in the air as the group laughed.

The group excited the chapel and headed back over to the private residence. They were greeted with mojitos and mint juleps before entering the back yard.

Toasts were made and the classic white cake were cut.  Jack’s father and friends played the guitars and sang in the background. Bubbles sticks made their way out to the guests. As per usually the grown-ups turned into silly kids and started blowing bubbles towards Jack and Erich under a cotton candy sunset.

The perfect chef’s kiss and summer color pallet to a Vintage Celebration in Salado for a sweet couple that had nothing but eyes for each other.

xoxo- Rae Allen

Wedding Vendors:

Catering: Kieatss

Rentals: Celebrations shoppe

Dress: Ordered from The Outnet

Photography: Rae Allen Photography

Cake: Kayla Knight Cakes