Recently, a slew of Austin’s best wedding vendors gathered together for an open house event at The Allen House, designing an incredible scene full of bohemian inspiration, late summer charm, and some seriously stunning tropical floral arrangements. Thank you to Amber Vickery Photography, Gypsy Floral and Events, and Loot Vintage Rentals for putting together such eye-catching ideas!

Late Summer Bohemian Inspiration - photo by Amber Vickery Photography http://ruffledblog.com/late-summer-bohemian-inspiration

From florists and event designers Sunni and Emily of Gypsy Floral and Events: The Allan House Open House event was the ultimate in vendor collaboration. We have close relationships with all of these vendors and work with many of them throughout the year, and events like this really allows each vendor to let their creativity shine! The ladies at Loot Vintage Rentals contributed boho inspiration and many of our favorite elements of this event. The triangle backdrop was the best! There’s so much potential here to fill the cubbies with light, flowers, vines and objects of interest. It’s free-standing and versatile and captured the boho glam spirit. The rich, storied feel of the seaglass wine vessels and textured jewel-toned rugs complimented the rawness of the backdrop and created a sacred space for the ceremony.

tropical floral arrangement - photo by Amber Vickery Photography http://ruffledblog.com/late-summer-bohemian-inspiration

reception lounge areas - photo by Amber Vickery Photography http://ruffledblog.com/late-summer-bohemian-inspiration

bohemian paper goods - photo by Amber Vickery Photography http://ruffledblog.com/late-summer-bohemian-inspiration

wedding display inspiration - photo by Amber Vickery Photography http://ruffledblog.com/late-summer-bohemian-inspiration

artistic wedding inspiration - photo by Amber Vickery Photography http://ruffledblog.com/late-summer-bohemian-inspiration

Late Summer Bohemian Inspiration - photo by Amber Vickery Photography http://ruffledblog.com/late-summer-bohemian-inspiration

chair backs - photo by Amber Vickery Photography http://ruffledblog.com/late-summer-bohemian-inspiration

The tablescape florals included protea, scabiosa flowers, chocolate cosmos, dahlias, garden roses, and queen ann’s lace placed in brass vessels. Hand-died cheesecloth was the perfect shade of apricot to match the color palette. We love the boho vibe that dream catchers bring to any setting event, and wanted to put our own unique spin on it. Loot put together these fabulous triangle-shaped dream catchers with copper, shredded fabric, crystals and floral flourishes and they turned out to be the perfect icon for this summer soiree. The furniture vignettes struck a great balance between romantic, boho, and rustic. Raw wood and lovely textiles paired with candles in Himalayan sea salt made for a magical setting and a memorable evening. Who wouldn’t love to cozy up in a teepee of lace?

reception lounge areas - photo by Amber Vickery Photography http://ruffledblog.com/late-summer-bohemian-inspiration

diy wedding ideas - photo by Amber Vickery Photography http://ruffledblog.com/late-summer-bohemian-inspiration

unique dreamcatchers - photo by Amber Vickery Photography http://ruffledblog.com/late-summer-bohemian-inspiration

orange yellow flowers - photo by Amber Vickery Photography http://ruffledblog.com/late-summer-bohemian-inspiration

chair back signs - photo by Amber Vickery Photography http://ruffledblog.com/late-summer-bohemian-inspiration

lace wedding inspiration - photo by Amber Vickery Photography http://ruffledblog.com/late-summer-bohemian-inspiration

tropical centerpieces - photo by Amber Vickery Photography http://ruffledblog.com/late-summer-bohemian-inspiration

bohemian weddings - photo by Amber Vickery Photography http://ruffledblog.com/late-summer-bohemian-inspiration

place settings - photo by Amber Vickery Photography http://ruffledblog.com/late-summer-bohemian-inspiration


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Shoot Location: Austin, TX / Photographer: Amber Vickery Photography / Floral Design: Gypsy Floral and Events / Venue: The Allan House / Caterer: The Peached Tortilla and DNA Events / Bakery: Sweet Treets Bakery & Cafe / DJ: Hill Country DJ / Rentals: Loot Vintage Rentals / Lighting: Intelligent Lighting Design / Photo Booth: Le Photo Booth Company / Wedding Invitations: Inviting Affairs

4 comments
  • the flower arrangements are very pretty, really love them

  • I love all the geometric details here from the dreamcatchers to that beautiful wall. These look like DIYs most people can do, including the tea stained table runner. The faerie lights tightly wound on the tree are stunning, too.

  • I’m a huge fan of this one! Color, funky/spiky florals, and the rugs! This shoot was well thought out and very inspirational.

  • Nicole

    Is there any tutorial on that triangular wall?