Taylor and Brian
This lovely fall wedding was in at a new venue, Kevin Fowler’s Rustic Ranch in Wimberly, Tx. The couple, Brett and Whitney, put a lot of personal touches into their wedding. I loved their big wooden signs, and the lace covered tables. There was caramel covered apples, which tasted amazing. There was a lot of rain during their weekend, but their planner from 36th street events did a great job pulling everything together and making sure things run smoothly, and the weather cooperated during their wedding! The dancing was a ton of fun and masks were given out, which added to the revelry.
The amazing team of vendors:
36th Street Events
Salt Lick BBQ
The Cupcake Bar
Texas Pro DJ
Avery Allen Makeup
This was a magical Wimberly, Texas wedding. The fall weather was sunny and the bride and groom walked out of their ceremony in a second line, with dancing and brass instruments. There were cute bulldogs in the wedding party, and a The Water’s Point at Wimberly, TX has a river that made a good setting for the photos.
venue: the water’s point, at wimberly, texas
catering: linda allen fine foods
florist: mother of the groom
cake: friend of the couple
dj: dj cass and ra
What a gorgeous couple and a great setting for a wedding!
The Dunlevy is an elegant wedding venue in downtown Houston, Texas with a giant glasshouse for a ceremony under a big oak tree, but still with the comforts of an AC. The table ware and centerpieces were simple yet elegant, and there were sprigs of leaf on top of napkins. Outside there was a giant lake for the bride and groom to stroll and take some portraits. The weather was lovely and the occasional downtown jogger would pass through.
The ceremony was a serious affair, and there were some heartfelt tears, but the reception was full of laughter, dancing and merriment.
wedding venue: the dunlevy in houston, texas
catering: the kitchen at the dunlevy
dj and ceremony quartet: divisi
officiant: pastor julio
florist: gallery flowers