Sometimes my brain can’t comprehend anything else if there’s a set of lovely shoes in my line of sight. It’s a sickness, I know, but one that is whole heartedly digging this pair of bridal kicks. And the wedding that followed suit is pretty amazing too. Shot by Matthew Johnson Studios, with design and planning by Christina Lewis of Wedding Warriors, it’s Texas Hill Country festivities in that laid-back, kick your
boots awesome heels up kind of way that only the Texans can produce so effortlessly. See more of the day right here.
From Matthew of Matthew Johnson Studios… Christina Lewis of Wedding Warriors in Wimberley, Texas, did the styling and design. Christina specializes in planning green weddings and events, which was a perfect fit for Johnny and Siobhan and their backyard wedding. Both Johnny and Siobhan are foodies who work in the bar and restaurant industry, so serving great food and drinks was important to them. Johnny’s Austin restaurant Black Star Co-op is known for its craft beers, which were served at both the pre-ceremony cocktail hour and the reception. Unique vintage touches like an old typewriter were a perfect fit for the bride, who is a writer. Even with a full moon, the field where the dinner and reception took place needed substantial lighting to brighten the seating. Strung lights lit the property, while a fire pit warmed guests as the fall evening cooled off. The warm lighting matched the fall color scheme and floral designs perfectly.
Wedding Photography: Matthew Johnson Studios / Wedding Planning: Christina Lewis of Wedding Warriors / Floral Design: Wow Factor Design / Catering: Austin Catering / Lighting: Holtz Entertainment / Rentals: Premiere Party Central / Wedding Dress: Custom-Made by Coutures by Laura / Bride’s Shoes: Seychelles Footwear