A Real Momental Wedding – A Covid Microwedding with Watercolor Stationery in Austin, Texas

Another real COVID wedding story here on the blog for you today!

We were so delighted to see images of Courtney and Tato’s wedding last fall at the Hotel St. Cecelia in Austin, Texas! With a small ceremony, dinner, and brunch for family, this celebration turned out beautifully.

Originally planned to be a larger wedding in Mexico City, we first worked with Courtney on invitations for this event. Eventually, it was clear that could no longer happen, and the couple chose a new location and date. We collaborated again for day-of stationery for the reception dinner, and brunch the next day. They were special touch on the tables, and practical as well, one item we made were drink tags, so no one picked up the wrong glass!

Our bold watercolor florals for the reception, and softer, more neutral botanicals both fit in perfectly with the garden backdrop, and vintage vibe of the Hotel.

Don’t skip scrolling through the details below, even though the guest list was small, each element was gorgeous: the old-world backdrop of the Hotel, Courtney’s amazing dress, cascading florals at the table, and delicious treats.

This wedding was everything you could want, no matter your guest count!

Since we had already designed Courtney and Tato’s invitations before plans changed,  scroll to the very bottom to see what we had created for the Mexico City wedding! It was really a special set, featuring fun tiles, their planned venue, and a map of the city for guests. We think couples will continue to be inspired by it for a long time to come!

A Covid Microwedding with Watercolor Stationery
A Covid Microwedding with Watercolor Stationery
A Covid Microwedding with Watercolor Stationery
Microwedding Stationery
Custom Wedding Menus
A Covid Microwedding with Watercolor Stationery
Custom Wedding Place Cards
Hand Painted Wedding Stationery
Hand Painted Wedding Stationery
Watercolor Wedding Place Cards
Custom Watercolor Mexico Wedding Invitations

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