Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Wedding Wednesday: The "Marry" Month of May

It's no surprise to us Texans that May is a wonderful month to get hitched. The flowers are blooming, spring has sprung, and it's not too hot yet. It's just right! In May 2010, Kristen and James were married in Wimberley, Texas in the heart of Hill Country at Old Glory Ranch. Instead of using lots of colors, Kristen decided to use neutrals and textures to create a rustic elegance we love.

HH Design House created these beautiful save-the-date cards with a magnet reminder enclosed so guests could be reminded of the wedding every day.

These simple, yet elegant invitations, set the tone for the beautiful day with taupe letterpress and blind debossing on a Pearl White Crane's Card. The names and scripture were hand calligraphed by Hayley and then typeset for the details.

A closeup of the debossed scripture.

Here are Kristen and James infront of the chapel where they were married.

No, this wasn't their ring-bearer!

The bride's Christian Louboutins were something we had to add to this post. We love them!

The ring-bearer and flower girl were given Build-a-Bears dressed as a bride and groom for their wedding party favors.

Flowers added beauty to rustic furniture. What a neat idea to do tons of clusters of smaller arrangements than one larger one.

Candles were placed everywhere during the ceremony for soft, elegant lighting.

HH Design House designed the programs used in the ceremony.

We love the use of flowers and candles the bride chose!

The happy newlyweds leaving the church.

Reserved signs for the family tables.

The first dance as man and wife.

Monogrammed napkins and koozies were used by the guests at the reception with the logo we created to carry throughout.

Boxes with Kettle Corn inside were given as favors to the wedding guests.

Cigars were rolled to celebrate!

An old timey photo both was set up for the guests to have their own photos of the reception. How fun!

Here are some photos from the photo booth of the bride with her flower girl and ring bearer. Hayley designed the template that all the photos were printed on.

This cake is almost too pretty to eat!

I'm sure the kids loved the donkeys at the reception.

What's Texas without cowboy boots?

Happily married, the bride and groom leave the reception. The well-wishers hold sparklers and cheer as the couple say good-bye and head to their honeymoon. Thanks to Kristen and James for letting us be a part of their Big Day, and to Kristen White at Frills Consulting in Austin for coordintating such a beautiful event! What a fun, beautiful wedding!

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