This past fall was such a whirlwind of events. From a crazy busy wedding season for Lucie's to planning my very own wedding, it has been exciting to say the least.
Today, I'm sharing with you Melissa & Ryan's wedding at Three Points Ranch. I really loved the cool, casual "Texas" style atmosphere. From the Lone Star beer & yummy BBQ to the fiddler playing ceremony music, it screamed Hill Country. On with the pictures: (As I'm sure most of you don't actually read the blog, just scroll through... at least that's what I'm hoping for. :) )
I wanted to start off with some images from the bridal airstream. Its all white with awesome little vintage touches. I'd so move in here!
The fiddler playing ceremony music definitely set the tone for this wedding. Pretty little details... The gorgeous floral by, you guessed it, Petal Pushers
In lieu of programs, a HUGE sign was created with the ceremony details. We also had cute info cards describing to guests the "salt ceremony". All these little details were by: KK Bloom YUMMY - Prickly Pear Champagne cocktails! Cute little bride and groom signs made by the crafty bride. Bird seed favors in the shape of horseshoes! Mailbox for gift cards - loved this idea! Amazing "tree stump" cake by The Cake Plate. It was sooooo good!
I seriously still gush when I talk about this couple. This had to be one of my favorite weddings. Everyone who attended truly celebrated the love between Kristin and Dave. You couldn't help but feel all the warm and fuzzies. Both singers from Nashville, they brought a lot of their talented friends to the party for nonstop entertainment. Dave is actually quite the accomplished songwriter and I'm sure you've heard his songs. I remember one moment walking outside to the fire-pit and seeing all the guests circled around, half with their guitars singing their hearts out. It was like watching an episode of "MTV Unplugged". aaahhhhhhmmmazzzing! Below are pictures of the beautiful evening courtesy of Katie Lee of Eye Nexus Photography.
I loved designing her wedding and assisting with the florals. They told me a few details of what they wanted and let me run with it.
This wedding was at the always amazing Laguna Gloria. The month of May graced us with lots and lots of rain. While we needed it, I wish it saved the downpour on say, a Monday. After envisioning her wedding for over a year, and realizing that the rain was not going to behave, Amy finally just said "I just want to marry Chad". LOVED that! So that's just what happened. The rest of the evening was filled with lots of love and laughs and the weather couldn't bring us down.
Below are some amazing photos from A Bryan Photo. I got to meet more of the crew at Engage in Grand Cayman.