If you're getting married in Austin, Texas, congratulations! Known as the "Live Music Capital of the World," Austin has many entertainment options to delight your guests and create whatever mood you desire for your wedding reception. Find talented live bands and performers in nearly every genre and budget range, so you can be sure your party is a success. When choosing among Austin entertainers, be sure to attend a few live shows before you sign any contracts; that way you can see how the musicians handle a crowd in person.
If you've just hired an Austin photographer for your event or wedding, you may be looking for the right spot to stage your engagement or promotional photo shoot. Be sure to ask your photographer for ideas. You can always try catching the "Violet Crown" effect in the sky at sunset, or a dramatic photo shoot in front of the Texas State Capitol.
If you're like many Austin couples, you may be looking for ways to keep your party or wedding "green." Luckily, Austin is home to many vendors who use sustainable business practices. Look for organic caterers, natural-fibers linen and tuxedo rentals, and low-emissions limousines. You may want to ask your florist about using local, in-season flowers. Austin is home to many gorgeous native blooms that can add a dash of color to your bouquet without putting extra stress on the environment. Using native Texas flowers can also be more affordable, as well as giving you fresher flowers that don’t need to be shipped from afar. Don't forget that any local business you use as a wedding vendor, from caterers to decorators, will be seen as exotic by guests visiting the city for the first time–and your Austin wedding will delight them! Click the links below to get started.
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