From Anna Routh Photography: “Ross and Elise are proud Texans. When planning their wedding, the most important thing, besides throwing a killer party for their friends and family, was wearing their boots and dancing the night away. Elise and Ross got married in the same church as Elise’s parents in downtown Fort Worth, and the reception that followed was a true ranch affair, complete with barbecue, country music and s’mores! Friends and family enjoyed delicious eats under the stars on this fall evening and danced away to local favorite, Josh Weathers Band.” Congratulations, Ross and Elise!
Brittney’s wedding day to her groom, Joel, was a gorgeous celebration of love and DIY captured by Texas wedding photographer Jillian Zamora. Because Joel was deployed to Afghanistan for the majority of their wedding planning, the couple faced challenges that many do not. The ceremony backdrop, rustic wedding signs, pies, boutonnieres, and much more of their rustic red and white winter wedding celebration was put together by Brittney, friends, and family. We think the whole day turned out just lovely, and we’re so honored to be able to share it and inspire y’all. In a world consumed with planning every pretty little detail, we think it’s good to see the beauty in the unexpected, too.
This gorgeous Texas wedding, shaded in pretty colors of gold, cream, and pink, is lovely and romantic. The bride and groom chose to have their ceremony outside at sunset, overlooking the Texas skyline. The bride later changed into a short wedding dress for her wedding reception so that she could dance the night away. We love their reception space, glowing and sweet, with an abundance of white roses and pink florals.
This wedding is a favorite. The collection of gorgeous tiered wedding cakes decorated with lavender roses and purple blooms, the mason jars wrapped in burlap and lace, the fact that the bride and groom chose to pray together before their wedding ceremony… as their wedding photographer, Courtney Leigh, states, “it really is one of the loveliest.” The bride and groom even chose to show their devotion to one another by ceremoniously washing each other’s feet, an echo back to Biblical times.
This Texas winter wedding from Esvy Photography is perfectly sweet, and the ideal blend of modern details and vintage accents. Melanie and Heri are both University of Texas fans, and that was evident in details of their wedding day, including the cowgirl boots Melanie put on to dance the night away at her reception. Melanie’s winter white stole, the bridesmaids dressed in classic black, and the peacock feather accents are all things we love.