Show us your Very Austin Weddings!

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Food trucks are popular for wedding receptions. Andrew Chan for REAL Magazine
Food trucks are popular for wedding receptions. Andrew Chan for REAL Magazine

Food trucks are popular for wedding receptions. Andrew Chan for REAL Magazine

Weddings have been high in the headlines this wedding season, especially since the U.S. Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage – touching off a flurry of weddings between Texans who had been waiting for the opportunity and a flurry of businesses and organizations offering to perform weddings for free in the wake of the landmark ruling.

As Austin and Texas see a mini-wedding boom (313 marriage licenses were issued by Travis County in just the day of the Supreme Court ruling, compared with 17 the day before), we want to see your photos of Very Austin Weddings!

Did your bridal party tromp down the aisle in boots from Allens Boots on South Congress? Did you have a food truck cater, and a pedicab as a getaway car? Did some of Austin’s favorite buildings or attractions serve as your venue?

Bridal trends. Capital Pedicab driver Brendan Smith holds the umbrella over our bride and groom, Meredith and Shane. Andrew Chan for REAL Magazine

Bridal trends. Capital Pedicab driver Brendan Smith holds the umbrella over our bride and groom, Meredith and Shane. Andrew Chan for REAL Magazine

We want to hear your stories and see your photos of Very Austin Weddings!

We’ll be pulling all our favorite photos into a photo gallery, and may run some in print in Austin360! You can share by emailing readerphotos@statesman.com with the subject “Very Austin Weddings,” or by tweeting or instagramming @Austin360 with the hashtag #VeryAustinWeddings.

 


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