Adva & Bart's San Antonio Summer Wedding


Adva and Bart’s San Antonio summer wedding was nothing less than a dream. This Monet-inspired celebration was filled with an incredible color palette and an abundance of soft and romantic decor. 

The couple said "I Do" under a Chuppah adorned with greenery, tying in the natural elements of the space.

Light blue, blush pink, and midnight blue paper flowers adorned with green paper leaves and custom calligraphy were placed in a custom white frame to create a “Monet painting” of our own, which served as the escort card display. 

Silver faille linens were laid on the round and buffet tables, while rose quartz, dove, and arctic velvet linens were placed on the bistro tables and then steamed to create an effortless draping. Ghost chairs were used at each table to create a clear, translucent effect, allowing the table decor to be the center of attention. 

The floral arrangements, which consisted of tall and short displays, were placed at the center of each round table and down the length of the banquet tables and pin lighting was installed on three of the room’s chandeliers and focused on the center of each table in order to illuminate the soft and romantic blooms. More greenery was hung above and down either side of the sweetheart table to create a framing effect around the bride and groom.

A large, white tile dance floor was installed and framed by a 24-foot table on either side (using six 8 foot buffet tables) with round tables placed behind them and bistro tables positioned around the outskirts of the space. Purple uplighting was placed in front of the refurbished, white brew tanks along the wall, which tied in the Monet-inspired color palette and table decor. 

At midnight, Adva and Bart were sent off with a shower of bubbles and drove away in a Rolls Royce with a stop at The Alamo for pictures at midnight.