Riven Rock Ranch Wedding by Hidden Key Designs
June 8, 2012
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Settle in my lovely Texans, because this pretty fete needs your full focus. It's prettiness defined, Texas style, and I have a feeling you'll be favoriting a few (if not all) the images by the lovelies at Hidden Key Designs. From the lovely maids all lined up in a row to the gorgeous ceremony to the cocktail hour lounge to the picture perfect reception, this adorable duo had one adorable wedding. It's a detailed-filled day if we ever did see one, and you can see it all in the full gallery of images!

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From Hidden Key Designs... Sarah and Bryan were married April 14, 2012, at half past four in the afternoon at Riven Rock Ranch in Comfort, Texas. The bride’s dress was Watters made out of lace and silk chiffon, and her ver veil  was floor length and the lace matched the lace on her dress. The bride’s bouquet was a vintage-inspired floral arrangement that was tied together with lace from her mother’s wedding gown, and on it, hung pictures of her grandparents and cousin who had passed away. The groomsmen wore khaki slacks with white shirts monogrammed at the cuff. Their accessories included vintage suspenders and different handmade vintage bow ties. Bryan also wore his grandfather's Marine Corps pin in memory of him. The ceremony took place under a gazebo adorned in beautiful blush, cream, ivory and peach flowers, and the aisle chairs were adorned with peach and ivory roses in mason jars tied with a peach ribbon. The reception took place at five o’clock in the evening at the Terrace Grill at Riven Rock Ranch. The menu included appetizers, crab cakes, tamales and a Tuscan artisan station with breads, crackers, bruschetta, venison sausage, olives, dip and fresh fruit. After dinner, the bride and groom were led into the reception hall by trumpets and had their first dance as husband and wife to “Rose of My Heart” by Thryd Time Out. The reception décor was all vintage-inspired, with textured lines and chair covers. There were two vintage seating areas close to the dance floor. The bride's cake was a stunning ivory, seven-tiered “chandelier” cake that was gravity defying. After dancing and singing the night away, Sarah and Bryan were led out by trumpets with all their guests lined up with ribbons and flower petals and left in a limo to begin their life and husband and wife.

Wedding Photography: Barbara Butts of Hidden Key Designs / Wedding Venue: Riven Rock Ranch in Comfort, Texas / Wedding Coordination: Tricia Hamil of Viridian Design Studio / Floral Design: Viridian Design Studio / Wedding Cinematography: Jeremiah Reed Gray + Allan Peck of Jeremiah Reed Films / Wedding Cake: Jen the Cookie Chick /Band: The Walton Stout Band / Wedding Dress: Watters / Bride's Jewelry: Anthropologie / Makeup: Jennifer Kelderman of Mary Kay Cosmetics