I happen to be a die-hard fan of poufy veils. Long, short, pink – doesn’t matter. I love them all the same. So I literally began drooling when this San Antonio wedding crossed my path as it involves quite an assortment of frothy head gear.
Melissa and Patrick, the adorable couple, wanted to create an evening garden party topped off with lots and lots of dancing and festivities. I think they hit the nail on its pretty, pretty head, don’t you? Anne Marie was the woman behind the lens and the result is magical to say the least.
A bit about the day from the bride:
The concept for our wedding was a vintage inspired evening garden party. My grandmother, Anne Slevin, and my mom are the upmost women I know. I looked at pictures from my mom’s wedding and wanted ours to have a similar feeling. I remember my grandmother as soft and pastel, and very 50’s and wanted to incorporate this into the day as well. My grandparents loved dancing and would go once a week in their younger years. They are no longer with us so I wanted to celebrate them at our wedding….Dancing and fun! My parents drove off in a station wagon that my dad’s parents had given them the night of their wedding. About five months before the wedding my parents were driving back to Fort Worth and my dad saw the Woody Wagoneer on the side of the road and bought it for our wedding gift.
xoxo, Erin of Erin Ever After
Venue: Southwest School of Art and Craft / Photography: Anne Marie Photography / Caterer: Leave it to Us Catering / Cake: Mad about Cakes / Flowers: HEB Blooms / Day of Coordinator: Angela Atwood of Lucies Events / Reception Music: Wilbert Beasley Body and Soul / Wedding Dress: Melissa Sweet / Bridesmaids Dresses: J Crew / Hair Accessories: Ban.do / Accessories: Anthropologie / Flower Girl attire: Crew Cuts / Invitations: Carrot and Stick Press