Ever wonder what you get when you combine sweet vintage details, a gorgeous rustic vibe and a stunning Texas duo?  Well, lovelies, the answer to your question is right here in this beyond beautiful Frisco Heritage Center wedding, which is the proud owner of all three.  It’s beautiful blooms from Dirt meets a lacy Maggie Sottero masterpiece meets a ceremony at the oldest church in the city and it was all captured amazingly by Jeremy & Kristin Photography.  Ready for a day of pure lovely? Join me in the gallery for more.

From the Bride… Our ceremony took place at the original Lebanon Baptist Church in Frisco, Texas which happens to be the oldest church in the city. Because of the location the wedding theme came pretty easy. We called it rustic chic with a vintage touch. I designed our invitations from scratch and had them printed with a local printer for an extra personal touch. My dress was perfect and nothing like what Alex thought I’d walk down the aisle in. It screamed vintage elegance from head to toe with all of the lace and delicate details. Alex and his groomsmen wore chocolate brown suits made by Haggar Clothing Co.

The ceremony was very intimate with a string duet playing and the sun glowing in from the stained glass windows. We had these amazing birch branch arrangements at the alter with flowers billowing over the burlap wrapped plant pots. We incorporated wooden elements throughout the wedding actually, everywhere from the fabric cover of our guest book with branch pens to our oversized polished tree stump as our cake stand. Our reception continued the theme with moss table runners that were draped over muslin tablecloths with cut tree slices and a ton of mercury glass candles. We even made tabletop confetti using vintage sheet music punched into lovebirds. Our cakes were designed by Alex and I because we wanted cakes that weren’t typical. My cake was layered with an ombré tiered Madegascar vanilla with a hint of orange zest and had the most amazing flowers with brooch centers. The groom’s cake was very masculine and square and was eight layers tall with Andes Mint and chocolate ganache icing. Our favors were little handmade honey jars filled with local honey with lids covered in several vintage fabrics.

As I look back at that day that seemed like a million years in the making, I simply grin as it fills me with so many happy thoughts and memories. From our first dance to our family cutting loose on the dance floor. It was a day filled with so many tiny details and lots of love that I’m sure we will enjoy for a lifetime. Our biggest challenge that day was trying to actually setup all the little details in one day’s time while still being a bride and primping. Of course, more important than the decorations was having all of the people Alex and I love the most there to celebrate with us. We are forever grateful to our friends, family and wedding party for keeping us sane and for helping.

Wedding Photography: Jeremy & Kristin Photography / Venue: Frisco Heritage Center in Frisco, Texas / Floral Design: Dirt / Caterer: All in Good Taste / Wedding Cake: Red Raspberry Cakes / DJ: Krucial Entertainment / Design: DIY by the Bride + Groom / Favors: Round Rock Honey /  Classic Car: Romantic Remembrances / Ceremony Music: Serenata Strings / Cake Topper: Baumbirdy / Wedding Dress: Maggie Sottero ”Karena Royale” via Lulu’s Bridal / Bride’s Accessories: Aparicio + MillielCARO + Krumpets Designs + Toni Federici “Lili Claire” / Cufflinks: Jon Turner  / Hair: Erin Board