San Antonio Botanical Garden Wedding

I’m sure you’ve heard the saying that every wedding should incorporate something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue. WELL, Fun fact #1: that saying comes from an Old English rhyme and those items are intended to bring the good luck to your big day. Fun fact #2: Sascha and Paul had the “something old” thing down pat at their Fall wedding held at the gorgeous San Antonio Botanical Garden. The venue was the perfect setting, the weather was gorgeous, and the colors WOW… I knew that it was going to be an extraordinary special day. Sacha and Paul planed a sweet, intimate wedding shared between themselves and their closest family and friends.

Thank you again for letting us to be part of your day, Sascha and Paul, and congratulations on hosting a beautiful, love-filled wedding!

Personal wedding detail:

Sascha and Paul’s rings were her paternal grandparents rings

Sascha and Paul couldn’t bring their dog to the wedding even though they really wanted to so they included him by ordering a custom stamp of him and stamping the back of each program

Sascha had a white satin ribbon on her bouquet that had buttons on the end of it… it was part of her grandmothers wedding dress which her mom also wore on her own wedding day

Texas Hill Country Wedding

I find that one of the best things about small weddings is that they lend themselves to especially tender moments. They also somehow feel a little more at ease, and that’s exactly what the vibe was on this beautiful cloudy day in October. I’ll leave you with a few of my favorite moments from the day, and with a big congrats to Tauna and Alex on their Texas Hill Country wedding.

Personal wedding detail:

Tauna and Alex’s wedding favors on each place setting were little jars of honey…. They harvested the honey and jarred it themselves for their guest!!

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DECEMBER! It’s one of my favorite months, if not, my most favorite month of the year. It’s not just because of Dec. 25 but it’s the whole month in general. I love the holiday season. I love the cheerful giving that many participate in. It’s the one month of the year that I feel like the masses come out and help one another.

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Floresville Texas Wedding

“Love is friendship that has caught fire."

Heather and Jeremiah met as teenagers.  They were friends for many years, before they fell in love.  They were married on a warm March day in Floresville, Texas. The ceremony and reception were held outdoors on the sister and brother-in-law of the bride’s sprawling, oak filled property.  Heather and Jeremiah were joined by their family, their closest friends and co-workers, and their adorable son.

Heather wore a gorgeous white gown, with lace and beading details on the sweetheart bodice and a full skirt with a train.  Her chestnut brown hair was worn half up in cascading ringlets. Jeremiah looked handsome in jeans and cowboy boots with a black vest, maroon necktie, and a black cowboy hat.  Their son, wore the same outfit as his Daddy, in true “mini-me” fashion.

Heather walked down a satin aisle holding a fragrant bouquet of maroon and light pink flowers accented with eucalyptus.  She met her beaming groom at a handmade wooden arbor, accented with candles and flowers. A sermon was given and the couple exchanged heartfelt handwritten vows.  The big surprise came when the couple gifted the Father of the Bride an actual cow! The Father of the Bride was presented with a picture of his new cow and given instructions that it was ready for pick up on Monday!  After sealing their union with a kiss, it was time for the party to begin.

A delicious homemade dinner, drinks, and a candy bar was served to guests who dined under a white marquee. A DJ played music as Heather, Jeremiah and their guests danced under the stars in to the late hours of the night.  

Congratulations Heather and Jeremiah!  We wish you a lifetime of happiness!