Every now and then an eclectic wedding with some DIY styling crosses our desk that makes us gasp. The Austin wedding of Brittney Cox and Cory Outlaw was one of those weddings. Held at a cool yoga studio, the event had a fun, relaxed vibe. Brittney and Cory wanted a casual, yet beautiful wedding that incorporated some vintage tins that had belonged to Brittney’s great-grandmother in the decor. Along with the help of several family members, she created over 60 additional rosebud vase bouquets for the dining tables using an array of tins, creamers and vases collected the year leading up to the wedding.
Brittney describes her color palette as “rainbow sherbet” – with tones of mint green, pink, yellow, and orange. While this palette often comes off as tropical, the flower combination of roses, ranunculus, and a sprinkling of baby’s breath created a vibrant yet romantic look. The wedding party was dressed in all black to create a neutral palette to accentuate the florals. Bridesmaids adorned in various shades of pastels would have been a great choice as well, like the ones featured in the Azazie blog, Go-to Color Palettes. For dinner, the pair chose a local food truck, Crepe Crazy, to serve sweet and savory crepes to their guests. While the wedding cake looked traditional, it was anything but. Made by the bride’s friend, the two-layer confection boasted a top layer of vanilla almond, and a bottom layer of cinnamon toast crunch. Once the reception was over, Brittney says the wedding party gathered together to party the night away. “We had an after party where we all let our hair down and partied after the wedding and I’m so thankful we did- we really partied until the cows came home and I wouldn’t have had it any other way!”