Jenny Block & Robin Brown
Photo: Lisa Hause Photography Bride's Advice: Spend money on a real photographer. You are going to want the best photos of your wedding day, especially after spending so much time planning it! Along with this, decide on the three things that are most important to you and focus on those things!
Angelica Ericka Villafuerte & Joshua Foster
Photo: Rachel & Jeff Photography The bride wore a beautiful gown with lace flowers flowing down the back, and her hair in loose curls. Her ring was a unique, oval shaped, sapphire blue surrounded by gold and diamonds. The bride’s belt also featured sapphire jewels.
Marissa Rose Allen & Rocky Lewis
Photo: Stephanie Brown By George Street Photo & Video Gown info: Dress from Bailey’s Bridal, Frisco, TX by Rebecca Ingram Bridal Gown. "My wedding dress was the first dress I tried on! I knew instantly this was the gown I always dreamed of wearing."
Taylor & Trevor
How they met: Both were attending college at The University of Texas at Tyler where they met through mutual friends. Proposal: Trevor proposed in San Diego, CA while they were in town to attend Taylor’s late grandma's birthday and her celebration of life. During dinner at Sunset Cliffs, her got down on one knee.
Sarah & Reilee
Sarah & Reilee Villa Antonia, Austin, Texas #texasweddings #wedding #bride #love #weddingphotography #texasbride #bridesofnorthtx #weddinginspiration #weddingday #txwedding #weddingplanner #weddinginspo#instawedding #groom #theknot #ceremony #wedding #weddinginspiration #modernluxurybride #brides #weddingvenue #engaged #bridal #love #weddingdress #engagement #bridalgown #ido #weddingstyle #weddingphotography
Real Wedding: Sarah and Michael
Bride's Advice: Enjoy the process and don’t get caught up in the details. The most important person while planning my wedding (aside from my husband) was my wedding planner. She made sure that my vision came to life and that we enjoyed our fay without worrying about what was going on behind the scenes. If you can’t afford a planner, or choose not to have one, be as organized as possible. #RealWedding Picture by Amber Kelley Photography