Tiffany and Harrison planned an intimate UMLAUF Sculpture Garden wedding underneath the fall leaves. They shared their simple day with their closest family and best friends, keeping the focus on their love! Being their wedding photographer was a pleasure.
This couple’s love story is straight out of a romance novel! They met at the onset of the COVID-19 shutdown after Tiffany traveled to Austin for work and rented Harrison’s spare room through Airbnb. After the shutdown began, stranding Tiffany in Austin, Harrison invited her to hunker down with him. The rest is history!
Tiffany and Harrison drew inspiration from weddings gone by for their eclectic looks. Harrison wore a dark blue velvet suit that would have looked right at home on a 1960s film set. Meanwhile, Tiffany looked regal in the medieval-inspired KAMPERETT Velvet Crown, which paired perfectly with her simple long-sleeved satin gown with gauzy puffed sleeves and button cuffs. I loved how she and Harrison chose looks that gave a nod to history and reflected their unique style!
The couple’s UMLAUF Sculpture Garden Wedding was sweet and simple, focused entirely on celebrating love. Their closest loved ones watched them exchange vows beneath the garden’s stylish metal pergola. Then, everyone headed inside for a quaint cocktail hour with finger sandwiches, champagne, and cake! The cake’s pressed wildflower design perfectly tied the garden venue into the minimal décor. Later that evening, everyone met up for dinner at Uchi, a sushi restaurant in the heart of Austin.
What a day! I loved every moment of capturing this UMLAUF Sculpture Garden wedding. Are you in the market for documentary-style Austin wedding photography? Kindly fill out an inquiry form to learn more about my package offerings and process.
Photography: Amber Vickery
Venue: UMLAUF Sculpture Garden
Planning: 3 of Cups Events
Shoes: Ma’am Shoes