The Cream wedding showcase brought together some of the most creative and inspirational people working in the wedding business on Sunday, Jan. 22.
Founded in Los Angeles by Paige Appel and Kelly Harris (owners of Bash, Please) this highly curated event feels more like a reception than stuffy convention — and that's the point. The photographers are shooting, the DJ is spinning, the band is playing and the vendors showcase their work as it would be during an actual wedding.
All in all, It was a great night of creativity and style for those with nuptials looming.
The gals from Bash, Please holding down the sign-in table.
A floral and event design company, The Byrd Collective set up a make-your-own-bouquet table, filled with gorgeous flowers, herbs and cones.
Gals from BHLDN.
Forgiving Martha blogger Jess posses for photos under a flowered canopy.
BHLDN, the new wedding retail brand from Urban Outfitters, brought out their best gowns and accessories for the evening.
Liz from Nouveau Romantics stands by her table setting.
Amy Lipnis and Kristen Caissie of Moon Canyon Design; the duo are based out of L.A. and Boston but taking on fun projects in Austin.
Bluegrass band, The Lost Pines set the tone of the night with quick plucking and rhythm.
VeeV Açaí Spirits provided drinks in tiny mason jars topped off with a various of fruits and herbs.
Wedding and event planners 100 Layer Cake were on hand with a table full of inspiration and ideas.
The Mercury Hall venue was beautifully decorated by Loot Vintage and Premiere Party Rental.
Hey Y'all: The Smilebooth photobooth encouraged ladies to pose for the camera.
BHLDN runway show.
No matter your budget or style, there was certainly a plethora of ideas to be gathered from the talented folks found at The Cream Austin event.