Hill Country Wedding at Camp Lucy from Caroline + Ben Photography
December 21, 2012
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This bride's vision of a romantic, moss-covered + candle-lit wedding filled with Spanish flair became a beautiful reality with the help of Something to Celebrate and Last Petal who brought her dream day into reality. The emotion and love surrounding the adorable Mr. and Mrs. and their whimsical Camp Lucy soiree was captured perfectly by Caroline + Ben Photography and lucky for us, there's so much more to see right here!
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From the Bride... We wanted a romantic vibe with lots of greenery, moss, candles and lavender with a Spanish flair. The best moment of the day was our ceremony. Saying our vows in front of all of our family and friends by candle light was amazing. The song choices (we walked out to "Here Comes the Sun" by the Beatles played on classical guitar), ringing the bell was special and symbolic, and my cousin Beth's husband (she was a bridesmaid) was our officiant. My flowers were so beautiful they made me cry — Melanie from Last Petal really understood my vision. Rico and I are total foodies so having delicious food was really important. Primizie and Michelle's Patisserie did a fabulous job. My biggest piece of advice is to hire a wedding planner, even if it is only for day-of help. And try hard to relax and enjoy! It all goes by so fast!

Wedding Photography: Caroline + Ben Photography / Wedding Venue: Camp Lucy in Dripping Springs, Texas / Flowers: Last Petal, a floral studio  / Wedding Planning: Katie Netherton of Something to Celebrate / Catering: Primizie / Dessert: Michelle's Patisserie / Rentals: Whim Event Rentals / Program Fans + Papel Picado: Etsy / Seating + Escort Cards: DIY by Lane, A Bridesmaid / Vintage Postcards: Found by Caroline, A Bridesmaid / "Sara & Rico" Sign: DIY by the Maid of Honor / Wedding Dress: Nicole Miller / Bride's Shoes: Ralph Lauren / Bride's Necklace: Her Grandmother's / Bride's Earrings: Eliza Page / Hair: Nancy Rankin / Makeup: Denise Lindgren / Groom's Atttire: Ermenegildo Zegna