Chances are, the majority of you are planning a wedding outside of the CDC’s recommendation of cancelling weddings for the next eight weeks. So what does all of this mean if you are planning a wedding Mid-May and beyond? What should your wedding planning look like?
You have spent the past 10+ months planning your dream wedding. All the details are in place. The day you have been waiting for is FINALLY almost here. And then you get news that your wedding has to be postponed or cancelled due to a global pandemic. So what the heck do you do?
We get lots and lots of questions about wedding websites; what to include, how to make it flow, how much information to give your guests, etc. Let us break it down for you so you know exactly how to make your wedding website equal parts cute & fun but also informative. Your wedding website is ultimately designed to educate your guests and make their life and experience easier.
Project Beauty was a for profit, self-care soiree that was a one-stop shop for all things beauty & wellness! We partnered with a local charity, Texas Advocacy Project, to shine a light on dating violence and sexual assault in Central Texas.
Getting to be a part of Gaebri & Greg’s wedding day is one of our favorite days ever. This was a day to remember as these long time lovers FINALLY tied the knot. Their story is a little bit different than most so 1.19.20 was truly a day to celebrate God’s glory, overcoming great injustice, and true faithfulness. We know the Kelley’s are going to do big things and we are so dang excited to watch the difference they will make! #Hookem
Chances are, if you are getting married in a Church, your reception is at a different location or venue. While having two separate ceremony and reception venue locations is not the most convenient for your guests, there are things you can do and consider to make your guests lives a bit easier on your best day. Here are some of our tips and tricks for having a smooth transition from ceremony to reception.
We always get so many questions from couples about things they should be asking their vendors before booking. Perhaps the most common questions pertain to photography. We brainstormed our favorite questions to ask so that you are asking the RIGHT questions and can make the most informed decision for one of your biggest wedding day investments (not just one of the biggest, but also one of the most important).
This new, spacious venue out in Liberty Hill, Texas is located on 42 beautiful acres with a perfect view of the San Gabriel River Valley! From their private walled garden, to the gathering room, to the grand lawn, to the dramatic views, every space is well-thought out and truly STUNNING.