Chelsi and Bryan are UT Alumni who came back to Austin to get married. The wedding was held at St. Thomas More and the reception as at the UT Golf Club. The wedding was so beautiful and charming—–seriously when reviewing these images it melting my heart again to see how Bryan looks at Chelsi, that boy is in love! Chelsi was such a gorgeous bride inside and out with a laugh that can fill a room. Again—looking through the images of their wedding day it struck me just how many images I had of her laughing and enjoying herself. Brides, lesson to be learned—enjoy your day. I think it does help to have a fabulous planner like Barbara with Barbara’s Brides, I have worked several weddings with her and all her brides are relaxed and each wedding is breath taking. See below for another reason to have a planner—glass broke on the dance floor and she was right there to take care of it (note the groomsmen dancing around her so the party never stopped). Okay, soapbox over regarding the importance of an experienced and fablous planner. Check out more of Bryan and Chelsi’s wedding below and for the full gallery click here. Due to privacy of our couples we do not post the password but contact Chelsi and Bryan for access.
Wedding Coordinator: Barbara with Barbara’s Brides
Church: St. Thomas More
Reception: UT Golf Club
Bakery: Michelle’s Patisserie
Reception Music: DJ, Stafford Jones
Florist: Wendee with Unexpected Elements
Exit car: David with Transportation Consultants
Guest Photographer: Mariel Reyes
Here is a sneak peek from our fabulous wedding last night at the UT Golf Club. This wedding was so much fun and absolutely stunning thanks to amazing vendors like Barbara of Barbara’s Brides (planning/coordination), Wendee with Unexpected Elements (floral), and Michelle’s Patisserie (cake). If you want to be notified when this full gallery is live please register here.
We are thrilled to announce that one of our favorite couples from September were selected to be published today on WedLoft. Not only were they a sweet, sweet couple but the DIY details were amazing. They spent a lot of time on them and I am thrilled they are out there on a blog like WedLoft to inspire others. Check out Megan’s Bridal Portraits Here and the full wedding here. Another shout out to the fabulous vendors Mansion at Judges Hill, Stardust Pastry and Petal Pushers. Also, not mentioned before was that the bridesmaids dresses were all custom made by Buki Peters and her work can be found here. Thanks you to all the vendors and my second shooter Susan for doing such a great job!