These charming Hill Country nuptials have grabbed a hold of my heart strings in a big way and I don't see them ever letting go. That's more than alright with me, though, because I can't even begin to describe my love for this darling affair, complete with a rustic venue (mind-blowing views included), a beyond gorgeous bouquet and a plethora of uber-sweet, organic touches. Plus, the stunning bride and groom are both rockin' cowboy boots and, oh, how I adore that. I predict a day spent wrapped up in each and every brilliant image captured by MPrint Photography, but before I send you off to the gallery to gaze away, I couldn't help but end this little intro with a quote from the beautiful bride... "I just can’t imagine a better way to spend your wedding than dancing under the stars after a perfect sunset with a groom in seersucker." How very awesome is that?!? Click here for even more.
From the Bride... I spent one weekend in and around Austin looking for a venue, knowing it would have to be a hill country setting. On our last day, I squeezed in one final visit at a new property venture at the suggestion of a friend of my mother’s (you never know who you’ll meet in line at Antone’s when you talk as much as my mother). The long dirt road leading to the property did not exactly scream “this is it!” but as soon as I got out of the car and saw the view, I knew we had found something special.
The uncompromising beauty of this place was enough. Carol at Tres Lunas did an amazing job letting me have the reigns and customizing everything to my style. She even found the beautiful 1915 Model T we drove away in. Meredith at MPrint did an unbelievable job of capturing the sunset behind the huge oak tree, lovingly referred to as Dorothy by those in the know, and the simplicity of the event. The groom’s brother played Moon River on the ukulele as I walked down the aisle. He was so good, we even attracted a few ranch cats- a lovely ceremony surprise. The whole thing was unbelievably perfect and I just can’t imagine a better way to spend your wedding than dancing under the stars after a perfect sunset with a groom in seersucker.