Today I’m sharing this pink and blue Texas wedding from Kimberly Chau. It is simple and chic, but with tons of fun and whimsical touches. I love the giant balloons and ribbon detailing! And how cute are the swan cake toppers?
The wedding was held at Butler’s Courtyard, a historical bank located in League City, TX. We just fell in love with its vintage charm, original brick work, eclectic mirrors and all the sparkly lights from the chandeliers. We also got engaged at the park close by, so this location was extra special.
I wanted a wedding dress that was comfortable and chic so the simple design combined with the tulle petals added enough flirtiness that was totally me. The navy blue bridesmaid dress and pale pink flowers was a pretty combination that I thought was classy. Groomsmen were in black suites and navy blue and white ties.
We kept the decorations simple with mason jars filled with gerber daisy, pink lilies and white carnations. Ribbons in our wedding colors draped from the chairs, while tea lights and pink petals topped of the table. I included oversized pink and white balloons that were part of our ceremony. The ribbons for the balloons was designed by my mother in law with different shades of colors, texture and transparency, which I loved. The circle theme was repeated in our table numbers, programs and menu sign…all designed by a friend! Our cake was one of my favorite details, minimal and then you have a pop of florals on the second tier.
My favorite parts of the day was saying our vows, our first dance where I didn’t step on my husband’s feet, photobooth
Photography | Kimberly Chau Photography | Venue | Butler’s Courtyard | Florist | Clear Lake Flowers | Cake | Cakes By Jula | Paper Goods | Kim Cao Designs | Gown | Bridesmaid Dresses | Monique Lhuillier | Shoes | Betsy Johnson | Jewelry | Nadri | Make-up | Amanda Pye | Hair | Southern Adorn | Suit | West End | Groom’s Shoes | Johnston & Murphy | Balloons | Party City | Guest Book | Bleu de Toi | Band/DJ | MAD Productions | Photo Booth | iHeart Flipbooks | Officiant | Jamie De Fabio