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With a retro color palette, whimsical florals, flashy disco ball details, and a down-to-earth vibe, Jacqui and Stanford’s boho micro wedding was romantic, hippy, and disco fab. To couples out there who want to take a more unconventional route, this celebration will inspire you to bend the rules and have the most fun and gorgeous wedding ever!
Known for its menu, century-old oak trees, beautiful front lawn, and vintage farmhouse interior, Mattie’s was the perfect venue for their nuptials. With eclectic rugs leading up to the stunning lush floral pillars by Mountain Laurel Floral, the outdoor ceremony setting was the epitome of dreamy. The reception that followed featured a charming tablescape of antique candle holders, patterned plates, caramel-colored glassware, and mismatched floral arrangements.
The cherry on top of this wedding is the unique fashion. The groom kept it stylish in a dark teal suit, while the bride looked incredible in a lace wedding dress with peekaboo midriff detail. She later changed into a sparkly disco jumpsuit for the after-party. From the styled campervan photobooth to the retro lounge area and DIY accents scroll through to see the unique details, all captured by Junebug member Aurelia Baca.
Jacqui and Stanford
Mattie’s, Austin, Texas
Why Mattie’s Was The Right Choice For Their Boho Micro Wedding
We had eaten dinner before at Mattie’s with my parents and fell in love with it. It’s in the heart of Austin and only a few miles away from where we stay. It’s almost like a hidden gem, and I knew it was the perfect venue for our wedding.
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An Intimate And Unplugged Ceremony Officiated By The Bride’s Brother
The ceremony was the most memorable part because it was very intimate and officiated by my brother, Ricky. I’m very close to him and wanted him to be the one to make it official. We only invited our closest friends and family, and we kept the ceremony unplugged so that we could all live in the moment together.
Wedding Planning Advice From The Bride
The entire point of wedding planning is to celebrate your big day. So if you’re not having a good time and living in the moment, you’ve missed the point. I also definitely recommend getting a day-of-coordinator if you’re planning the wedding yourself. I was grateful to have Blue Events & Co. step in 60 days prior to the event to help pull everything together and take some of the stress off my shoulders.
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Creative DIY Wedding Details Brought In From Home
We DIY’d pretty much everything from the signage and table settings to the party favors. We had eight hanging plants in macrame plant holders hanging from the ceiling inside that I had been growing for months at my place.
Congratulations to Jacqui and Stanford on their intimate retro and boho micro wedding. And special thanks to Junebug member Aurelia Baca for capturing and sharing this unique wedding. To see more of her talent, check out her portfolio in our directory of top-notch photographers from around the world.
Your wedding color palette sets the tone of your celebration and reflects your style and personality as a couple. This wedding is proof that having an awesome theme and color palette is a great way to play up the details and tie all the design elements together.