DIY Farmhouse Wedding in the Texas Hill Country from Austin Imagery
You know what every wedding needs? A donkey. A cuter than cute donkey, complete with a little feeding station, so that all of your guests can partake in the world's sweetest meet and greet. And ...
You know what every wedding needs? A donkey. A cuter than cute donkey, complete with a little feeding station, so that all of your guests can partake in the world's sweetest meet and greet. And in addition to all of that fun (+ total adorableness), it wouldn't hurt if it was as pretty and love-filled as this gorgeous day captured by Austin Imagery. Because this is a day that takes seriously stunning details and marries them with a charming Inn at Wild Rose Hall setting and a whole lot of happy. See it all in the full gallery.
From Austin Imagery... Megan and Andrew's wedding day on March 15, 2013 was amazing! A vintage-inspired DIY wedding, the bride designed all the key elements of the wedding day including the invitations, all of the wedding day signage including the buntings, the table decor, the adorable table assignment tags and the wedding and reception flowers. The outdoor ceremony under the Texas sky and oak trees was lovely; Megan's Mom walked her down the aisle and Megan's best friend was her maid-of-honor while Andrew's identical twin brother served as the best man. We so enjoyed photographing their wedding and reception at the vintage farmhouse turned wedding venue, The Inn at Wild Rose Hall in Dripping Springs, Texas. We also had a blast photographing the bride, groom and the guests feeding the DONKEYS! After the ceremony, the guests enjoyed the famous Amy's ice cream in lieu of cake, had fun hamming it up in the vintage 1967 Airstream Photo Booth and dancing until midnight.