I tried my hardest to narrow down my photos for this post, but I just couldn't. But I'm not apologizing. Karen put so much thought & planning went into this gorgeous white & silver wedding, & I wouldn't have expected anything less from her because she went to design school with me.
The day began & ended at the beautifully white One Eleven East venue in Hutto. White brick, white subway tile, & white shiplap everywhere! Throw in silver sequin table cloths, a Ford Model T, sparklers, & a few subtle hints that it's the day before the Fourth of July, & you have a spectacular wedding. It's even better when the groom can't keep his hands off of his new bride.
I want to say that I planned this shot, but I think it was an Oops moment turned into an Ah Ha! moment.
Sweet hugs from loved ones...
This is where it gets exciting. Bennett's grandfather owned this Model T but sold it. They were able to track down the new owner & he graciously drove the new Mr. & Mrs. from the church to the reception.
Bennett's mother made all of the floral centerpieces & they couldn't have been more perfect for the setting.
Popcorn favors continued the Fourth of July theme.
The last surprise of the evening was Root Beer floats in mason jars with Blue Bell ice cream. It doesn't get more American than that!
Wedding Ceremony // Hill Country Bible Church, Pflugerville
Wedding Reception // One Eleven East
Wedding Dress // Saison Blanche Couture from Second Summer Bride
Bride's Shoes // Kate Spade
Makeup & Hair // Purple Olive Weddings, Nina Fitzgerald
Suits // Calvin Klein
Cake // Erin's Custom Cakes
Florist // Central Market (bouquets & altar flowers), reception centerpieces by groom's mother, pew markers by friend of bride
Catering // FW Catering
DJ // Toast Entertainment
Paper Goods // Custom design by bride & friend at Spruce Rd.
Calligraphy // Carolyn Mulligan, friend of bride
Other Rentals // Premiere Events