Like their dessert table with Coke bottles, vinyl records, popcorn, and cupcakes, this wedding is oh so sweet.
Lisa and Jeremy had a Jewish wedding at the Mercury Hall in Austin, Texas. Besides doing the twist, their wedding was gorgeous 50s retro.
There are tons of photos from this wedding so grab a tea and come with me on this magical journey. And thank you to Jenna Leigh Weddings for capturing their special day.
Let’s start with Lisa’s 50s style dress. Check out the lace overlay and the 3/4 quarter sleeves!
And this woodsy flower bouquet in yellow and purple on an actual wooden branch. How cool is that?
And Jeremy’s boutonniere: feathers, metal swirls, and two yellow pom flowers. A little steampunk inspiration too.
Oh yea, these yellow bow tie ballerina shoes. Nothing.beats.their.awesomeness.
Jeremy, the groom, styling in a three piece suit and a pastel yellow. Might we say his moustache is dashing and a bit V-like?
Oh goodness, hearts melt when Lisa and Jeremy kiss!
Lisa looks like a vintage model. Don’t you love her expression?
A lace feather veil piece closes out that ensemble.
Groomsmen and groomswoman in slate blue with accented spring yellow.
And the bridesmaids are all wearing different dresses. See, your bridesmaid can look amazing AND wear their dress over again.
If you have a sweet tooth hankering, you’re going to *love* their theme: coke bottles, lots of cupcakes, vintage popcorn containers, and Target candy. Yum.
Ohhh, these cupcakes from Delish in Austin are so sweet.
Rock and roll bride groom cake topper.
And the wedding begins!
Their ketubah has the immortal expression, “I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine,” from the Song of Solomon.
Is Jeremy doing the inverse wave under the chuppah?
Lisa and Jeremy adapted the traditional seven circles to be egalitarian — “I circled Jeremy three times, he circled me three times, and we completed the seventh circle together.”
… Mazel Tov!
Let’s go be a little jelly over those cupcakes shall we?
Mazel tov Lisa and Jeremy! Rock on in life and love!
My dress: Dolly Couture Bridal
Fascinator/veil: Velvet Owl Bride (affiliate link)
Ketubah: Jennifer Raichman (affiliate link)
Cake topper: Love Nesting (affiliate link)
Wedding was officiated by Rabbi Alan Freedman of Temple Beth Shalom, Austin