by Amy Serrago
The koozies at Mallori and Jessica’s wedding had “Love at First Swipe” written on them, because they met on a dating app. They’d both been in bad relationships, so neither was looking for anything serious. But then they matched! And things got serious quickly because they realized how perfect they were together. A little over a year later, Jessica proposed to Mallori.
They were in Hope Graffiti Park in Austin where Jessica had taken Mallori on her first visit to the city. During their tour of the park they passed a large spray painted wall. Jessica asked Mallori, “Wait, what does that say?” Mallori looked up and saw the words “swipe right forever?” When she turned around, Jessica was on one knee, engagement ring in hand. They stared at each other for a moment and then Mallori said “well, are you going to ask or just sit there in the dirt?” All Jessica could say was “read the wall”. Of course, Mallori said yes!
They exchanged vows at a rustic hilltop venue in Texas. Both brides were stunning! Mallori in a backless, Madison James gown and Jessica, in a long sleeved Maggie Sottero. And they managed to keep those gowns secret for months! However, they did coordinate their faux fur wraps. Which were perfect with their classic white bouquets.
The reception featured white florals with greenery and succulent accents. And because they exchanged rose gold rings, they were inspired to add rose gold details to the decor. Jessica and Mallori love Japanese culture, so they brought elements of that to the day’s styling, including origami cake toppers. And after an evening of dinner and dancing, the newlyweds made their escape in a vintage Rolls Royce. Congratulations Mallori and Jessica!
Transportation:Circle J Vintage Cars//Etsy Designer: Laserbird//Dress Designer:Maggie Sottero//Dress Designer:Madison James//Dress Store:That's My Dress!//Dress Store: VIP Bridal//Etsy Designer: BCW accessories//Cake Designer: the best little cake shop in texas//Event Venue: Red Ridge//Floral Designer: Pop Blossom Floral//Photographer: PPD Studios Photography