Not quite a double wedding, but two different wedding styles for two sisters is twice the fun. Katherine and Alexandra Rogers grew up in San Antonio, Texas and were married within a year of each other. While the two have always been close, they chose completely different styles for their weddings.

Two Different Styles for Two Sisters

Katherine up first! Katherine’s background as a ceramic artist and her love of nature and all things organic played an integral role in designing and planning for her wedding. Mixing wood farm tables with Tuscany Eggshell table runners and  Tuscany Natural table linens for a varied but cohesive look. Big Events Wedding used greenery and a soft neutral palette for florals. Add wood cross back chairs and wine barrel chandeliers and it keeps getting better! Layering rustic and romantic elements to create the perfect balance.

Photography by Clark Brewer

A couple of months after Katherine’s wedding, Alexandra got engaged and the planning for a second family wedding began! The wedding ceremony took place at First Presbyterian Church, followed by a stunning reception at San Antonio Country Club. The bride’s love of florals, elegance, and a “bit of bling” set the tone for the event. Big Events Wedding created a cohesive wedding reception design that varied a bit from room to room. Quincey Shell dazzled and complimented the dining space perfectly. In the ballroom, New York Nude adorned the tables, serving as the perfect backdrop for a glamorous night of dancing to celebrate the couple.

Photography by Austin Gros

Two completely different styles, both uniquely unforgettable!

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We’re fans of the Mediterranean. Who isn’t? Italy, Greece, Spain, etc etc. We love the colors, textures, sights, sounds and flavors. And a little mediterranean mosaic? LOVE LOVE LOVE! Our new Sienna linen captures a glimpse of the landscape in a fun and bold pattern in three appropriate color ways.

Mediterranean Mosaic

Tile | Dress | Landscape | Gate

Blue and white is always a crisp and beautiful palette, from delftware to white sand beaches it’s a crowd pleasing favorite. Sienna Blue is perfect for this classic color combination.

Red, yellow and blue is what we typically think of as a quintessential Italian palette. Earthy and organic tones that play off one another and create an amazing balance.

St. Peter’s Basilica | Invitation Suite | Limone Sul Garda

We love the richness of this color combo and Sienna Red is the perfect option for that provincial feel.

Blue and yellow is another combo that speaks of the Mediterranean countryside. Sienna Yellow is like a combination of limoncello and Lac Bleu de Lesponne.


Okay, that might be a stretch. But it is really pretty and we like it.

Do you have a favorite between the three?

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