Love is in the air with Jamie and Austin’s romantic Valentine’s Day wedding at The Ostreum. The couple who met on Tinder mixed an Art Deco aesthetic with a Valentine’s Day theme to create this one-of-a-kind romantic and moody Fort Worth wedding. Located at The Ostreum, this hidden gem warehouse wedding venue provided the Art Deco touch the couple wanted with its upscale modern speakeasy feel. Planning a wedding is no easy task, which Jamie and Austin quickly learned after getting engaged. Therefore, the couple hired Artisan Rose Event Co. to help them plan all the beautiful details for their February wedding. Jamie said, “We attempted to navigate vendors ourselves, but I had no clue about the design piece. Artisan Rose Event Co’s expertise was so helpful in pulling together all of those pieces.” All the details came together beautifully on February 12th with a talented group of vendors!
Jamie and Austin’s perfect day began with a bit of snowfall as the two got ready to celebrate their love. Finally, family and friends gathered inside The Ostreum to witness the beautiful union of the couple. Inside the ceremony, a heart-shaped arch adorned with florals served as the ceremony backdrop. After becoming each other’s valentine forever, the new Mr. and Mrs. York headed into their romantic reception to celebrate! Completed with flickering candlelight, red roses, and dinner from COHOST, the v-day inspired reception definitely stole our hearts. In addition, we all know that Valentine’s Day is the sweetest holiday. Therefore a stunning cake and dessert bar from Butterfly Cakery was a necessity. Although the day felt like a blur for Jamie and Austin, the couple slowed down time with their last dance before exiting as husband and wife.
If you still feel all the love, keep scrolling to see more inside Jamie and Austin’s Valentine’s Day-inspired wedding!
Jamie and Austin’s Favorite Wedding Day Memory:
From the Bride, “Hands down my favorite part was the last dance. It’s true when people say the day is so much of a blur. However, I remember every single aspect of our last dance. Everyone cleared the room and we danced in the dimly lit light, with candles and flowers surrounding the space, to John Legend’s Never Break.”
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Other Local Vendors: Butterfly Cakery, COHOST, Laken Mackenzie Photo, PhotoBrilliant Bridal Boutique, Circle Park Bridal Boutique, Borrowed Treasures, , The Floral Eclectic, Tousled Studio, Erinne Elizabeth Hair, Zach Pierce, nikoninhand – Eric Kramer