The Texas hill country sure is gorgeous and this cute little wedding at the Queen of Angles Chapel in Spicewood was absolutely beautiful. Also, it was wonderful working with some of my favorite fellow wedding professionals, Babara Hearne from Babara’s Brides and Kristin from Royal Fig.
Okay, this grooms cake cracks me up. And…it was red velvet on the inside.
Royal Fig catered a gorgeous family style spread.
Can you guess that this was an Aggie wedding?
A few words from the Bride and Groom:
Q. Bride: What is your favorite memory of the day?A. There were so many – walking into the sanctuary with my Dad and seeing John smiling so big at the altar, dancing with my mom and all the ladies at the reception, seeing everything set up at the reception for the first time and the food – Royal Fig did such a great job!
Q. Groom: What is your favorite memory of the day?A. Seeing the catfish groom’s cake – it was awesome.
Q. Bride: What advice would you give future brides?A. Enjoy and thank your wonderful friends and family who drove from out of town to celebrate with you!
Q. Groom: What advice would you give to future grooms?A. Take time the day of the wedding to soak it all in because it really does go by as fast as they say it does.
Q. Where did you go on your honeymoonA. Lakeway Resort & Spa – planning a honeymoon for end of summer
Q. Shoe designer?
Q. What was the song to your first dance?A. Always and Forever by Cory Morrow
Ceremony: Queen of Angels Chapel
Reception Venue: Spicewood Vineyards
Caterer: Royal Fig – One of my favorites in Austin! Kristin likes to torture me by posting her tasting menu’s of facebook…not fair. I love their family style catering and they always have some fantastic and unique food.
Event Coordinator: Barbara’s Brides – She is absolutely amazing. Her many years of experience really shows as she keeps everything running super smooth!
Florist: Flower House
Cake Artists: Michelle’s Patisserie – That catfish cake was incredible!
Hair and Makeup: Lakeway Resort and Spa