Burgundy, Blush and Navy Wedding at Kendall Point - Kendall Point

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Burgundy, Blush and Navy Wedding at Kendall Point


When Katherine and Travis began planning their April 2020 wedding, they had no idea what was in store for them (and the world)! But as their big day approached, they (as well as the rest of Texas) found themselves under a complete lock-down.

Despite the threat of COVID, the couple and their families were as flexible and understanding as they could be under the circumstances. Truth be told, this “uncharted territory” caused us a lot of anxiety, too, but with the help of the best vendor team ever (seriously!), we were able to reschedule Katherine and Travis’ wedding to July 10, 2020!

Here in Texas, summer weddings are always hot, but the heat index that day was over 110°! Thankfully, the guests didn’t let anything stand in the way of a spectacular celebration.


Katherine and Travis' burgundy, blush, and navy wedding invitations

The Color Palette

Their wedding may have taken place in 2020, but Katherine and Travis were ahead of the trend with their burgundy and navy wedding.

Although the color palette was originally chosen for a day in April, it ended up being the perfect choice for the week after Independence Day. The typical patriotic colors of red, white, and blue are difficult to incorporate into an elegant wedding color scheme, but deeper, more toned down shades created a perfect, subtle effect. The couple also added in touches of blush pink for a more romantic, springtime vibe.

We expect to see a lot more burgundy and navy in 2022 wedding colors!

Bride and bridesmaids pose in matching floral silk robes.

The Wardrobe

We honestly can’t say enough about the beautiful robes worn by the bride and bridesmaids as they were getting ready. Katherine stood out in a white floral robe that coordinated perfectly with her dress, while her bridesmaids rocked matching burgundy robes.

The bride looks at her wedding dress in the bridal suite.

Seriously…how gorgeous is Katherine? And yes, that clawfoot tub in our Bridal Suite is available for a nice soak or some great pictures before you walk down the aisle!

For the ceremony, the bridesmaids wore burgundy gowns to meet the groom and groomsmen, who were in matching navy suits.

bride flanked by bridesmaids in burgundy dresses

groom and groomsmen in navy suits with burgundy ties.

The Ceremony

Despite the heat, Katherine and Travis tied the knot under our custom-built gazebo, which had been decorated with white linens and burgundy and blush floral arrangements.

Outdoor gazebo wedding ceremony location at Kendall Point

As it was summer, the trees and flowers were in full bloom, lending an atmosphere of life and vibrancy.

Katherine’s dad walked her down the aisle over a scattering of rose petals that matched her burgundy and blush wedding bouquet. The eucalyptus and touches of draping amaranthus were so unique and on-trend.

Bride and groom share a moment on the wrap-around porch at Kendall Point

Kendall Point’s porch wraps around the entire building, so finding the perfect light is never a problem. Katherine and Travis took their photos on the lower level, but the wrap-around balcony is also available, for sweeping views of the Texas Hill Country.

Bride and groom have a private dance in the Kendall Point ballroom.

The Reception

Maybe we’re biased, but our Grand Ballroom was the ideal choice for Katherine and Travis’ reception!

These centerpieces featured burgundy and blush hydrangeas and hypericum berries, with plenty of greenery for a loose, organic feel. A tall vase facilitated conversation across the table. The remaining tables were decorated with a delicate collection of flowers and floating candles.

burgundy and blush floral arrangement centerpieces

dainty wedding centerpieces with nosegays and candles

Gold chargers were a natural choice to coordinate with the color scheme.

The warm hardwood floors complemented the color palette perfectly, and there was plenty of room for both dining and dancing. The guests did plenty of both!

White wedding cake with pink and burgundy flowers.

The Cake

The overall vibe of the day was “understated elegance” and this cake fit the theme perfectly.

Piped designs added texture to a simple white cake, while burgundy and blush florals added just the right pop of color. A customized blush wedding topper congratulated the happy couple!

Travis’ groom’s cake, however, was not to be outdone.

A duck hunt-themed groom's cake

The duck hunting theme fit their personalities perfectly and made the guests smile (and their stomachs growl)!

Bride and groom raise a glass to kick off the wedding reception!

The Party!

Having waited three months for this day, everyone was more than ready to party!

We love seeing the joy on everyone’s faces as they dance the night away with close friends and family. No matter how many weddings we see, it never gets old!

Bride and groom do a line dance with their wedding guests.

A beautiful framed sign acted as the menu for the bar.

Because it’s Texas, margaritas were the signature drink of the evening. Just look at those flavors!

Signature drink menu sign at wedding reception

It might not have been the night they planned, but it was the one they dreamed! Everyone had a blast and we were honored to have been a part of their big day.

We’re so happy for them starting their new life as Mr. and Mrs!

black and white photo of bride and groom kissing in front of Kendall Point


Venue: Kendall Point

Planner: Blume Haus

Photography: Dawn Elizabeth Studios

Florals: Blume Haus

Videography: Dynamic Films

Hair/Makeup: Blush by Ashley Kravitz

DJ: 5150

Bartender: Bartenders 4 You

Catering: Got it Covered

Cake: Cakes by Cathy Young

Dress: Morilee via Mayfair Bridal

Bridesmaid Dresses: Morilee

Bride Shoes: Betsey Johnson

Men’s Attire: Men’s Wearhouse


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