Kim and Mitch’s wedding this past November at Thurman’s Mansion was inspired by their Texas roots and the beautiful Texas hill country. The bride wore cowboy boots for her hillcountry wedding. Her Pink Tulip invitations pictured are letterpressed with navy blue text and an illustration of a tree. Here is a picture of the couple's venue, Thurman's Mansion. The groom wore a Hugo Boss suit with a Burberry tie along with brown dress shoes and argyle socks. The groomsmen having fun before the wedding and giving the groom a massage. The groomsmen cheersing to the groom before the wedding begins. The bride laughing with her bridesmaids while they get ready. The mother of the bride helping the bride into her Monique Lhuillier dress.

The outdoor wedding with rustic wood tables and festoon lighting. A chalkboard welcomed the guests at the entrance with an array of flowers done by Unexpected Elements.

Kim and Mitch chose to have an intimate first look to enjoy some moments alone before the busy evening ahead. Portraits were super important to them and having that extra time really allow for us to create a beautiful set of images for them.

Here is the groom about to see his bride for the first time. The groom admiring his beautiful bride. A moment between the bride and groom before the wedding starts. The bride and groom in the Texas hillcountry vineyard. Portraits taken by The Knot's Best of Weddings photographer, Jenny DeMarco. A portrait of the bride taking in her wedding day.

This image below under the magnificent live oak tree is one of my favorite shots from the wedding day.

The bride and groom under a towering tree on the grounds of Thurman's Mansion. The bride and bridesmaids with their boquets of white roses. The bride and her bridesmaids showing off the different style backs of their Amsale bridesmaid dresses.

The bridal party styling was top notch. Love the grey and navy blue combination.

The wedding party. The bride on the steps of Thurman's Mansion. The groom and groomsmen walking out to the wedding. A landscape of the wedding while in progress. The bride walking down the isle with her mother and father on each side. The groom watching as the bagpiper plays Amazing Grace while walking down the isle. The newly married couple. Sweet moments at the dinner reception. Time to cut the cake made by Coco Paloma Desserts. The couple's first dance. The guests at the cocktail hour before the dinner. For dessert the guests enjoyed mini peach cobblers. Picture taken by award winning photographer Jenny DeMarco. The mother of the bride having fun at the reception. More fun at the reception. The groom on the shoulders of a groomsmen at the reception. The bridesmaids on stage singng the night away at the reception. Another wedding-goer dancing to the band, Blind Date. A beautiful picture of the couple enjoying the reception taken by the award winning wedding photographer Jenny Demarco. A moment between the bride and groom at dinner. The guests sending off the newlyweds with sparklers. A last kiss for the wedding guests before the couple leaves. The happy couple in the car before they drive away.

A bit from the bride:

Were there any special additions to your ceremony that made it unique? Yes.  First, we were married by Mitch’s former boss in the Air Force so the ceremony was very funny, personal, and meaningful. Second, we paid tribute to Mitch’s deceased mother by lighting a candle in her honor. Lastly, because Mitch loves the bagpipes and his mother’s favorite hymnal was Amazing Grace, I surprised Mitch and our guests with a bagpipe player who came out and played Amazing Grace while we lit the candle in his mother’s honor.
What was the best moment of your wedding day? There are too many to choose from! It truly was a dream come true! If I had to pick it would be seeing each other for the first time, watching Mitch’s face when he realized what was happening with the bagpipes, and the 5 minutes after the ceremony when our whole bridal party was cheering and hugging. It was such an incredible day!

About the couple: Kim grew up in Houston and Mitch grew up in San Antonio, they met in a class at the McCombs School of Business while Mitch was in his 2nd year of the MBA program and Kim was in her first year. A. They love to go dancing, exercise, travel, play with their yorkie, watch Modern Family and check out new restaurants. Shortly after the wedding they opened a boutique fitness business together called Revolution Studio so if you want to see what they have been up to recently, check out www.revolution-studio.com.

A special thanks to all the vendors:

Event Coordinators and Design: Caplan Miller

Catering: Salt Lick Barbeque

Venue: Thurman’s Mansion

Flowers: Unexpected Elements

Invitations: Pink Tulip

Dress: Monique Lhuillier

Hair: Lucy Skyprocket

Jewelry: Adorn

Makeup: Leslie Ross

Cake: Coco Paloma Desserts

Band: Blind Date

Grooms Suite: Hugo Boss Suite

Groom’s Tie: Burberry

Groomsmen: Joseph A. Banks

Bridesmaids: Amsale Dresses

Table and Chairs: Marquee Rents

Linens: La Tavola