To start, the invitation suite design sets a simply enchanting tone – twinkling lights set against a midnight blue with die cut corners! The pops of bright blue color in the flowers, table cloth, and even the bride’s heels don’t overpower the rustic Texas nature of this wedding like I thought a bright blue might. Well done, a great wedding day triumph!
[content_container max_width=’500′ align=’center’]Everything is bigger in Texas – even the drink dispensers!
Satisfying cold drinks at your wedding reception are a great way for guests to cool down on a hot day. Although I’ve never actually been to the Lone Star State (on my bucket list), in my mind they are mandatory for a wedding in Texas!!
“Becky and Bryan’s wedding day is a testament to the amazing friends and family they have. A month before their wedding, their venue pulled out. The invitations had been sent, and they were left not knowing what to do.
Thankfully one of the bridesmaids is a wedding planner and with the help of her amazing team, along with Becky and Bryan’s family, the day was absolutely perfect. They were married on the lawn of the Presidio County Courthouse and had their reception under a clear tent to see the night sky.”
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