Texas Camp Lucy Wedding from Half Orange Photography
January 9, 2013
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As cliché as it sounds, I’m a girl in a total love affair with pink. No other hue radiates such femininity and romance while perfectly matching the sweet blush of a Bride on her wedding day. One such lovely hue took center stage at these next southern nuptials where thoughtful, family-driven details were infused from start to finish. Country Sugar Events planned the whole day to perfection, and Half Orange Photography captured the images that will leave you beside yourself in bliss. Don’t miss even a moment of the day in the full gallery right here.
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And as if all the photo loveliness wasn't enough, Photohouse Films crafted the wedding video that requires a tissue handy for your happy tears!
From the Bride... As soon as Clint and I got engaged, we immediately started looking for the perfect setting for our wedding. We both come from very large families and it was important for us to find a venue that would line up with our vision and accommodate our many guests. When we went to tour Camp Lucy, we were barely on the driveway when we knew this was where we were getting married. My vision for the wedding was a soft, simple, garden party feel with rustic/vintage elements.

Because family is so important to us, I wanted to include a lot of family elements as well. The wine jars used as vases were my Great Grandfathers, which he used to make homemade wine, the doilies on each table were made my Grandmother over the years, and the rosary wrapped around my bouquet was my other Grandmothers. We even used the cake cutting knives from my parents wedding. My Dad also did a few DIY projects for me by making the wood crates and the wedding cake stand from an old tree on our land.

The ceremony, the décor, the food, the drinks, and the dancing were everything I dreamed about and more. I was truly blown away. Clint and I commented the whole night on how beautiful everything looked and how happy we were to be celebrating our love with family and friends. The two pieces of advice I would give any bride are if something is not done by the day of the wedding, don’t stress about it. You will probably the only person who notices if anything is missing. Also, really take time to embrace the day and everything around you. When people say it goes by quickly, they aren’t exaggerating, so take time to take it all in.

Swirl1Wedding Photography: Half Orange Photography / Wedding Venue: Camp Lucy in Dripping Springs, Texas / Wedding Planning: Country Sugar Events / Floral Design: Flora Fetish / Wedding Cinematography: Photohouse Films / Wedding Cake: Gale Hendricks of Gale’s Cakes / Wedding Invitations: DIY by the Bride + G and C Printing & Forms / Wedding Programs: DIY by the Bride / Wedding Dress: Tara Keely / Bridesmaids' Dresses: Donna Morgan via Nordstrom / Hair: Emily Armand / Makeup: MMC Makeup Artistry