A bouquet as beautiful and special as our bride Allie, consisted of David Austin Juliet garden roses, High and Blooming coral roses, pink spray roses, white ranunculus and pink stock.
The girls enjoyed a relaxed morning brunching and primping before photos on the Headley Whitney Museum grounds.
Guests arrived via motor coach and were offered a special family recipe as approached the ceremony site.
Oh happy day! Married in front of the Jewel Rooms on the grounds.
The bride has a degree in museum science from Baylor, so it was only natural the guests should enjoy the museum during the cocktail hour.
Guests found their seats via these Maker’s Mark favors on the walk-way to the reception tent.
Decor could be described as southern charm meets youthful grace. We loved it.
Fresh rosemary graced each placesetting.
Beautiful flowers of different styles graced the tables along with the custom table numbers.
Stunning centerpieces only competed with the gorgeous gardens outside the reception tent.
Unique details were abundant, like these bridal signs.
Custom bar menus suggested “Try an Old-Fashioned” to the guests from the East Coast.
Moss monograms on each bar.
Late night snacks were needed as the dance floor was full all night long.
The celebration went on late into the night, as the band kept the party going.
Photos by: Josh Meredith, Bella Grace Studios.