Austin Weddings

Wish List: Benold's Initial Pendants

For over 80 years, Benold’s Jewelers has been crafting stunning pieces for every occasion and unforgettable milestone. This fall, Benold’s is introducing a line of diamond and gold initial pendants—perfect for a bridesmaid gift or just that special touch to brighten up your wardrobe. Each necklace features 14-carat white gold type writer initials embedded with diamonds and hung on a 16-inch white gold chain, making an elegant statement piece you can treasure for a lifetime.

Benold’s Initial Pendants are only $370 per letter. To order, call (512) 452 6491.

Pinterest Your Wedding Decor by Andie Salazar

As if those who have turned to Pinterest for aid in tracking down that perfect wedding dress or crafting bridesmaid gifts can find no reprieve, this website is a wealth of ideas when it comes to wedding décor on the cheap. Since it has blown up in popularity, it’s no secret that one of Pinterest’s most popular usages is wedding planning. Here are five DIY projects to spruce up your wedding decorations without breaking the bank. Make it a Pinterest project party for you and your best girls and spend the night bonding, making sure your wedding looks dreamy and sticking to that budget.

Bridal Body by Bar Method by Maureen McHugh

When you're a bride-to-be you want to look amazing — not just amazing, but aaahmazing — on your wedding day. As the big day approaches, you have to jumpstart your usual routine and get serious if you want more than ho-hum results. So get off that elliptical machine — it’s time to hit the bar.

Guide to Austin Engagement Photos by Maureen McHugh

Three outfit changes, ten locations, full hair and makeup – those aren’t the requirements of a TRIBEZA magazine photo shoot. It's what went into in my recent engagement photo session.

Hummingbird House By Andie Salazar

In a city as creative and naturally beautiful as Austin, there is no shortage of unique wedding venues for brides to choose from. When looking for an outdoor space for the occasion, though, many options require an inconvenient road trip to reach and even a drive down unpaved country lanes. Hummingbird House is here to save your wedding guests the expensive cab ride out of the city while still delivering a gorgeous outdoor wedding venue for your special day.

Giveaway: The Cream

Update: Congratulations to our winner, James! 

After sold-out showcases in Los Angeles and Palm Springs, The Cream event is bringing Austinites some of the most innovative minds in the wedding business. From dresses to dessert, Cream vendors aim to take the guesswork out of wedding planning. And today, one lucky TRIBEZA reader will win a pair tickets to this one-of-a-kind experiential wedding showcase!

Toast & Laurel by Camille Hendrix

A handwritten letter in the mail may be rare today, but Megan Davis still cherishes the idea of thoughtful note—in fact, she has made it her business. The founder and creative mind behind Toast & Laurel paper goods, Davis helps clients celebrate a special occasion with equally special stationary.

Flashdance by Camille Hendrix

When you’re planning all the minutiae of the big day, it’s easy to forget that the wedding ought to be a blast. This is where The Flashdance comes in. A collective of talented artists and visionairies, Flashdance dedicates itself to offering each couple the fun, memorable wedding they deserve.

Shark Pig by Camille Hendrix

Shark Pig proclaims itself “as cute as a pig, sharp as a shark’s tooth”—and with good reason. This boutique wedding video business is as quirky and fun as its name.

The bride and groom can expect their wedding day remembrances shot as short independent films, imbued with all the excitement of the big day. Videos highlight each stage of a wedding from getting dressed to dancing the night away. Unfettered by the limitations of conventional photography, Shark Pig’s productions capture a bride’s budding smile and the groom’s jittery hands—all set to your favorite love song.

The Lost Pines by Camille Hendrix

Former buskers on South Congress, The Lost Pines have quickly become regulars at Austin hotspots like Antone’s, Threadgills, and the Cactus Café. This cheerful bluegrass sextet simply bursts with sound, from its medley of instruments to the trio of harmonizing voices. Since its formation in 2007, the band has become known for its expert musicianship and lush harmonies. Vocalists Talia Bryce, Christian Ward, and Marc Lionetti, join musicians Alex Rueb, Kyle Clayton, and Andy Tindall to create upbeat sounds rooted in a classic bluegrass tradition.

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