GSS Featured Wedding :: Savanna & Aaron’s Country Chic Wedding :: MJ Photography

Happy Hump Day, Lovelies!!!  Today’s fabulous featured wedding comes from Mindy Cowart of MJ Photography, an East Texas based wedding photographer.   Mindy has been so sweet and accommodating to GSS and we have truly enjoyed working with her on this feature.

Savanna and Aaron were married on April 16, 2011 in a beautiful ceremony at the Stone Oak Ranch in Murchison, Texas.  Savanna was kind enough to answer a few questions for us:


How did you and Aaron meet? We met in high school after his family moved to my town.  My best friend and I “stalked” the “hot” new senior all of our freshman year. Close to the end of that school year we realized my little sister and his little sister had become best friends so we started prodding them for info about each other. But a year passed while he went off to college before we ran into each other in the local grocery store. And for the last five years we have been inseparable ever since. :)

How long have you been together? Almost five full years already!

How did Aaron propose? He planned a whole proposal but was so excited when he got the ring from the jeweler.  He had it specially made and took a few weeks to get it in.   The anticipation must have been killing him because he called me  on accident and before he knew what he was saying the words “I GOT YOUR RING IN!!!” popped out.  Confused I said “What ring??”   He responded with, “Ummmm NEVER MIND! Gotta go, I’ll see you later!”  But I kept questioning the odd phone call that afternoon so finally he pulled out a little red box and said “This ring” …

What sold you on your wedding venue? The venue fit out personalities perfectly, country for me and my family with style for him and his… We fell in love with it immediately and to avoid having to pay the higher cost of booking since the price change deadline was two days away from the day we toured it, we went home that night, discussed it and placed our deposit the very next day.

Your dress is gorgeous, where did you get it and how did you know it was “the one”? I had “the dress” designed in my mind before I ever tried one on.  My dress was actually only the third dress I tried on, but it was not what I was looking for.  However, thanks to the great staff at David’s Bridal, I was able to customize the neck line from a straight cut to a semi sweetheart, the back from a standard zip closure to a beautiful lace up, the flare from flat to a slight A-line with a trumpet petti skirt, and added the beautiful three-tier bustle where there was none before. 

What was your “something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue”? Something old was my Great Grandmother’s ring, something new was everything,  something borrowed was my Grandmother’s bracelet and something blue were the boots I wore. 

How did you choose your wedding color palette? I didn’t pick a particular “palette” instead I chose a “style.”  French country meets country chic is the best I can describe it…  A mix of floral prints, woods, soft lace, burlap and beautiful spring mix floral arrangements set the tone for our reception but we really just used the natural beauty of the venue for the ceremony.

Do you have any advice for bride and grooms that are in the planning process? Let/make him help, he’ll regret it if he doesn’t … Aaron didn’t do a lot but I forced him to help with the “silly” decisions like what type of filler flowers and what flavor icing to use on the cake… In the end he had something he could say he did and it made the day a little more special for us both.  And be sure that you don’t let it all get too overwhelming,  it will ruin the whole experience.

What song did you dance to for your first dance? We picked Brantley Gilbert’s “My Kind of Crazy”.

What was your favorite part of your big day? We loved everything about our special day!  But some memorable moments were when my Great Aunt talked the DJ into changing the song on our first dance half way through from “my kind of crazy” to “love shack” shocked both of us, but got a good laugh. Then one of my flower girls sang “Ring of Fire “by Johnny Cash to us and all our guests..  She was only four but knew every word. And of course the “I Do’s”, even though I got a case of the giggles about half way through … Not sure what had me so tickled but I really had to fight the urge to bust out laughing and that had the officiant a little tickled too.

Vendors:

Venue: Stone Oak Ranch, Murchison,  TX

Dress: David’s Bridal

Cake: Katie McGraw

Floral: Designed and arranged by me but ordered through Super One Food’s floral department.

Linens: Myself

Catering: Dickey’s BBQ,  Corsicana,  TX

DJ/Band: Eric Crow

Videographer: None

Photographer:  Mindy Cowart of MJ Photography

Invitations/Wedding Stationery: Myself

Event Planner: Myself – Savanna Miller 903-530-7968 if anyone is looking for help in the Tyler area :)

Thank you so much, Mindy, for sharing this amazing wedding with us!  Please stop by her website and show her some love!  And thank you, Savanna, for taking your time to answer our questions!  We hope your wedding was everything that you have ever dreamed of and wish you and Aaron a lifetime full of love, laughter, and happiness!!!  May every day be better than the last!

If you have an engagement, wedding, day after or anniversary session that you would like featured- Please send it to us at submissions@groomsoldseparately.com.  We HEART submissions!

 

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GSS Wedding Inspiration Board :: Red & Chocolate Brown :: Rustic Red Barn Chic

Happy Monday, Lovelies!!!  It seems as though the “Weather Gods” have finally heard our pleas!  Temperatures have FINALLY begun to drop (and by drop we mean we’re just happy to be out of the triple digit heat!) and we have even received a little rain!!!   Fall seems to be creeping up on Texas!!!  With that said, check out this Fall inspired, Rustic Red Barn Chic :: Chocolate Brown and Red wedding inspiration board. Although the color palette of Chocolate Brown and Red can be used anytime of the year, we’re putting a Fall spin on it.

 

Rustic Red and Brown Cake Table Decor:  Image Courtesy of Robert Evans Studio

Red Barn Bride and Groom Portrait:  Image Courtesy of Robert Evans Studio

Red and Brown Rustic Barn Wedding Reception:  Max Ultimate Food        Image Courtesy of  Emilie Inc.

Bride in Cowboy Boots:  Image Courtesy of Souder Photography

Red and White Gingham Ring Bearer Pillow:  Image Courtesy of Angela Anderson Photography

Canvas LOVE Banner:  Image Courtesy of Erin Hearts Court

Rustic Red and Brown Bridal Bouquet:  BMJ Events         Image Courtesy of Eclectic Images

Red and Brown Wedding Programs:  Lynn Graham Designs        Image Courtesy of  Modern Wedding Photography

Rustic Red and Brown Wedding Chair Ties:  Celebrations Ltd  Cayman Islands

 

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GSS Featured Wedding :: Kelsey & Bryan’s Rustic Fall Texas Wedding :: Ryan Price Photography

Happy Friday, Lovelies!!!  Today’s fabulous featured wedding was submitted to us by Ryan Price of  Ryan Price Photography, a Texas based wedding photographer.  Ryan has been so sweet and accommodating to GSS and we have truly enjoyed working with him on this feature.

Kelsey and Bryan were married on August 28, 2010 at Amber Springs  in Montgomery, Texas.  What a beautiful venue! Kelsey was kind enough to answer a few questions for us:

 How long have you and Bryan been together?  We’ve been together for 4 and a half years. 

   

What sold you on your wedding venue?   I wanted something outdoors and rustic but that had an indoor venue for the reception that could be used as a back up in case of bad weather. 

Your dress is gorgeous, where did you get it and how did you know it was “the one”?  Honestly, this is a funny question. I hate shopping and especially trying on clothes. As excited as I was to get married, finding a wedding dress still fit into that shopping/trying on clothes category. We had 3 dress appointments one day to look at dresses. The one I picked was at the first store, and it was maybe the third dress I tried on. I knew it was “the one” cause it had pockets, everyone loved it, it was reasonably priced, and I didn’t want to shop anymore. I canceled the other appointments and stopped looking. Done & done!   Haha!

What was your “something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue”?  One of my bridesmaids gave me a bracelet on the wedding day that was blue, I borrowed another one of my bridesmaid’s rings that was borrowed and old, and then everything else I had was new.

How did you choose your wedding color palette?  My favorite colors are shades of blue and I wanted summer colors… I didn’t really stick to one color palette.  I just went with whatever I liked and looked good.

What song did you dance to for your first dance?   Everything” by Michael Buble.

Do you have any advice for brides that are in the planning process?  Everything can get done… even at the last minute. I waited until about 3 weeks before to do cakes, flowers & many other little tasks… more expensive doesn’t always mean better. The best thing I did was completely stop stressing and worrying about anything a few days before. What’s done is done and what’s not isn’t but you might as well enjoy yourself.

What was your favorite part of your big day?  Oh gosh, I don’t have any complaints at all… the whole thing was my favorite. There were a few things that I was really pleasantly surprised by… my DJ went over and beyond his normal DJ duties, making sure the wedding party and my family always had a drink or food if they wanted it. He made sure Bryan and I sat down and ate something. If he hadn’t gone and made us a plate, I would have never eaten my own food! The wedding planner just made everything so easy and laid back for my family and I.

Vendors:

Venue: Amber Springs, Montgomery, TX
Dress: Forgot the brand name….
Cake: Again, I forgot…
Floral: Serendipity Floral – Barbara Swope-Bickley (Lover her!)
Linens: Dont remember.. somewhere in Houston that my wedding planner had a friend!
Catering: Tavola Bistro
DJ/Band: Dynamic DJ – Cory Bean
Videographer:  We didn’t have one…
Invitations/Wedding Stationery: Invitation Consultants
Event Planner: Jennifer Wood

Thank you so much, Ryan, for sharing this amazing wedding with us!  Please stop by his website and blog and show him some love!  And thank you, Kelsey, for taking your time to answer our questions!  We wish you and Bryan a lifetime full of love, laughter, and happiness!!!  May every day be better than the last!

If you have an engagement, wedding, day after, or anniversary session that you would like featured- Please send it to us at submissions@groomsoldseparately.com.  We HEART submissions!

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GSS Featured Wedding :: Emily & Landry’s Ranch Wedding :: Kate Takes Photos

Happy Hump Day, Lovelies!!!  You’re all in for a treat today!!!  Man, our submissions just keep getting better and better!!!  Today’s fabulous featured wedding comes from Kate Miller of Kate Takes Photos, a Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas based wedding photographer.  Kate has been so sweet and accommodating to GSS and we have truly enjoyed working with her on this feature.

Emily and Landry were married on May 29, 2010 at The Inn at Wind Hill Ranch and their wedding was FILLED to the brim with amazing details!  Emily was kind enough to answer a few questions for us:

How did you and Landry meet?  We met at Central Market one night after a church gathering.  A group had gotten together for dinner and we had someone sitting in between us.  When he got up, conversation began!

How long have you been together?  We just celebrated the anniversary of our first date!!  My how quickly things change!  Our first date was September 24th, 2009.  It’s been an amazing year together!!

How did Landry propose?  Landry and I were sold on each other after just 2 and 1/2 weeks.  I had waited and waited for Mr. Right and when he came along, we just knew it was right.  3 months and a day after our first date Landry proposed.  It was Christmas Day.  Landry had gone to Odessa 2 days prior to celebrate the holiday with his family  I was anxiously anticipating his return Christmas evening.  He was going to come back so we could have a few hours of Christmas together.  My family was all in town and staying at my home for the holidays.  Around 1 o’clock there was a knock at the front door, and my brother called up to me to let me know that something was dropped off at the door.  Mind you, it was a WHITE Christmas in 2009-so beautiful!  At the front door was a box filled with candy canes and note to ‘follow the candy cane trail.’  I quickly pulled on the boots and ran through the snow following the candy canes and sweet notes.  At the end of the trail was my sweet Landry, down on one knee with a ring.  Best Christmas I ever had!  Complete surprise!

What sold you on your wedding venue?  I always wanted to do something unique and was inspired by the blank canvas and beautiful outdoor scenery.  Plus, I loved that we were married in a town named ‘Godley.’  It felt appropriate.  

Your dress is gorgeous, where did you get it and how did you know it was “the one”? I didn’t want the standard strapless dress.  I liked that it had the sleeves and the sweetheart neck.  The little bit of lace gave it a Southern feel, and the back was so unique.  I picked it out on a leap of faith though.  It is so difficult to determine what a dress is going to look like when the sample size isn’t the right size.

What was your “something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue”?  I didn’t do this tradition.

How did you choose your wedding color palette?  I wanted something very fresh and fun.  Lime and Orange seemed like the natural choice.  After landing on the color scheme I then realized later that it is the exact same scheme as my house design!  No wonder I was so drawn to it!  Now the wedding photos look so great in the house since everything coordinates!!  :)

Do you have any advice for brides that are in the planning process?  Remember that the wedding is a day, a very special day, but the marriage is what’s the important part.  My husband and I invested time to be mentored and counseled before hand and I’m so glad we did.  Also, any stress I experienced along the way was all worth it!  The wedding was hands-down the best day of my life.  It was such a blessing to marry my husband and be surrounded by so many that we loved.  It was a very special day, and looking back at pictures and reflecting is my ‘happy-place.’

What song did you dance to for your first dance? ‘For once in my Life’ by Stevie Wonder

What was your favorite part of your big day?  Standing at the altar and saying my vows to my husband.  We hadn’t talked or seen each other all day (which was a big deal to us), and being hand in hand promising forever a was special moment we had dreamed about for a long time.  We were just beaming up there.

Vendors:

Venue:  The Inn at Windhill Ranch, Godley, TX

Dress:  Bliss Bridal Salon

Cake:  Amanda Major, Austin, TX

Floral:  Bridal Blooms

Linens:  Grand Events

Catering:  Del Norte

DJ/Band:  Band – Crossroads

Videographer:  N/A

Invitations/Wedding Stationery:  Paper Planet

Thank you so much, Kate, for sharing this amazing wedding with us!  Please stop by her website and show her some love!  And thank you, Emily, for taking your time to answer our questions!  We wish you and Landry a lifetime full of love, laughter, and happiness!!!  May every day be better than the last!

If you have an engagement, wedding, day after, or anniversary session that you would like featured- Please send it to us at submissions@groomsoldseparately.com.  We HEART submissions!

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GSS Featured Wedding Professional :: Transcendence Studio, Doug Treiber Photography :: Elizabeth and Gavin’s Akron, Ohio Rainy Day Wedding

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The wedding today literally gave us goosebumps! Doug, with Transcendence Studio sent it to us and mentioned Elizabeth’s wedding would be a fun one to feature. He was right! We feel the love, warmth and togetherness throughout. Doug is based out of Columbus, Ohio and shoots with his wife. He referred to her as “his partner in crime”. The couple, Elizabeth and Gavin live in New York, but traveled back to their family to be joined in marriage. In fact, they brought a lot of family elements to the wedding. We were able to catch up with Elizabeth and ask her some questions about her wedding.

How did you and husband meet?

Gavin and I met in 7th grade!  Although I can’t say exactly where or when, we are both pretty sure it was at a middle school dance. He insists that he asked me out when we 13, and that I said no! We met up again when we were both living and working in New York – when he asked me out the second  time I said yes.

How long have you been together?

We have been together for about 4 years.

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what to do when it rains on your wedding day

what to do when it rains on your wedding day

How did he propose?

He proposed on a very cold and rainy morning, in a beautiful spot right along Lake Michigan in downtown Chicago. He somehow convinced me to go out for a run, even though it looked like there was about to be a huge storm.  And of course, about 5 minutes it to the run in started to drizzle.  As we reached the pier where Gavin was planning to propose, he faked an injury so we could walk for awhile.  When we got to the end of the pier, with water all around us, he got down on one knee and pulled his grandmother’s beautiful ring out of the pocket of his running shorts (where it had been WITHOUT A BOX for the whole run!).  Just as I said yes it started pouring rain, so we should have known our wedding day would be a rainy one as well!

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Your dress is gorgeous, where did you get it and how did you know it was “the one”?

I actually wore two dresses – I couldn’t resist.  The dress I wore for the ceremony was my mother’s dress, with just a few changes.  We removed the sleeves and the gorgeous high ruffled neck that was perfect for her November wedding but would have been a bit warm for our August date. But everything else we kept exactly the same.  My mom is my best friend and I look up to her so much, so it felt very special to get married in the dress she wore on her wedding day.

The second dress I found after LOTS of trying on and changing my mind, and changing my mind again…at David’s Bridal.  I knew it was the one because I tried it on in the middle of winter, with pale skin, those few extra winter pounds, no makeup and messy hair, and still felt so beautiful and special.  AND most importantly, I could dance in it.  It was made by a young designer named Amy Wong Micucci for a contest David’s Bridal and Brides Magazine held called Operation Dream Dress.  It was a great way to get a dress made by an emerging designer at a David’s Bridal price.  She has her own line of bridesmaids dresses as well, www.swoondress.com

Your veil is incredible. Is that something you bought or was it handed down from someone?

The veil was my mother’s as well – I loved it.  Below is a picture of her wearing the dress and veil!

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We love the boots….tell us more about that image?

The boots were a total fluke – I was joking with my friends that I should take them home just to ensure that it wouldn’t rain.  I figured it would be like Murphy’s Law –  if I take the rain boots it won’t rain; if I DON’T take them it definitely will. I had to pack a second suitcase just to bring them and needless to say, my tricky logic didn’t exactly work.  The funniest part is that it wasn’t even raining that hard at this point – we had no idea just how bad it would get and how glad I would be that I had those boots!  And to top it all off, my Mom got creative and used the boots as a vase for our post-wedding brunch the next day!

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what to do when it rains on your wedding day

what to do when it rains on your wedding day

We hear its good luck to rain on your wedding day. What did you think when it started to rain?

Oh wow – I think I was in shock!  The storm that blew in really hadn’t been predicted, so we were all set up outside.  No one could see me, but I was actually sitting right behind the barn in the car with my Dad and all the girls, watching the storm blow in, watching the tents and place cards go flying, and watching all our guests running through the mud up to the barn.  We couldn’t stop laughing!  I knew it was out of my hands and I just had to throw up my hands and take the ride!  Luckily we had an AMAZING wedding coordinator (Amanda of At Last Event Planning) who handled it all in stride and kept things moving smoothly.  In the end I think the rain truly made the day (our engagement day and our wedding day!)  and will hopefully bring us lots of luck in the years to come!

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what to do when it rains on your wedding day

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What sold you on your wedding venue?

The barn, the fields and woods all around, and the campfire.  I had been picturing a rustic, Southern-style wedding (I was born in Virginia and we both love the outdoors) but wasn’t sure I’d be able to find a place that really felt authentic in my second hometown of Cleveland. We knew we wanted to be close to nature, but comfortable at the same time.  We  were originally booked in another venue that I liked but wasn’t really in LOVE with, but just a few months before the wedding, they told us they had accidentally DOUBLEBOOKED us with a Civil War Reenactment on the property!  Oddly enough, I had saved a voicemail from someone at Botzum Farmstead – a place we heard about long after we’d booked our first venue.  With just months to spare, we went to look at the barn and fell in love. It felt just like we had stepped into someone’s old family homestead.  We could just picture ourselves getting married in the meadow, dancing in the barn, and sitting around the campfire making smores at the end of the night with all our friends.  It felt like home.

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How did you choose your wedding color palette?

I knew I wanted something soft and natural, and that I wanted the girls to be able to pick their own dresses and not all look the same.  The champagne – blush palette seemed like one that would give the girls lots of options but not risk looking too pieced together.  Plus JCrew offered a great selection of dresses in that color scheme.  I picked 5 colors and let each girl pick any dress in those colors.  Then the rest of the palette – for the flowers and décor – just came straight from the surroundings.  Soft greens, ivory and blush – just like the woods, fields and wildflowers all around the barn.

What song did you dance to for your first dance as husband and wife?

We danced to Otis Redding’s “That’s How Strong My Love Is.”

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What was your “something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue”?

Something old was my mother’s dress and the handkerchief I carried.  I was the fourth generation of women on my mother’s side of the family to carry it.  My something new was the beautiful bracelet Gavin gave me as a wedding gift that morning.  My something borrowed was the amazing pair of earrings my sister-in-law and Maid of Honor brought for me to wear – a pair that belonged to her grandmother and that I felt so honored to wear.  And my something blue…well this one is kind of a stretch…but it was the bottom of my shoes! They were a fun bright blue, although they were mostly muddy brown by the end of the night.

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what to do when it rains on your wedding day

what to do when it rains on your wedding day

Do you have any advice for brides that are in the planning process?

Try to slow down and enjoy the little moments with the people you love.  Everything seemed to be flying by so quickly during the week before the wedding.  In moments when things really felt hectic I tried to slow down, take a breath, and really soak it all in. I remember those few moments so clearly and treasure them – like having a quick quiet cup of coffee with my Dad the morning of the wedding.  Also, be creative with your budget. My husband and I sat down when we started planning and made 2 lists, without showing each other, of the top 5 things we were willing to spend money on, and the 5 things that didn’t mean as much to us.  When we compared those lists, we knew where we wanted to spend, and where we could save.  We managed to save in some big areas (like invitations from Costco, an online RSVP system,  and serving our guests beer, wine and 2 signature cocktails instead of a full bar) so we could spend money on the things that meant the most to us – music and making sure we could invite everyone we loved. OH and hire a day-of wedding coordinator – such a lifesaver and worth every penny!

What was your favorite part of your big day?

SPARKLERS – at the end of the night, all our guests lined up along the dirt road leading up to the barn with these amazing 2-foot sparklers my Mom found.  It was surreal – all the faces of the people we loved lit up, one of our favorite songs (Dixieland Delight by Alabama!) playing in the background, as we walked off down the road to start our new life.  When we were far enough away from the barn, we stopped, turned back and watched it all from the outside.  It was our first private moment as husband and wife and it was absolutely my favorite.

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Venue: Conrad Botzum Farmstead

Dress: Alterations By Alina (she transformed my Mom’s dress) and Davids Bridal

Cake: Flour Girl (cupcakes!) and homemade whoopee pies made by my family in Pennsylvania

Floral:  Martha Rogers Marsh of Gatehouse Interiors, Willoughby,  OH

Catering: Taste of Excellence (These guys were running through the rain, made my vision of a family style dinner come to life, and even carried umbrellas!)

DJ/Band: Bluegrass band during dinner and cocktails:  Ricky Prater and the Midnight Travelers

DJ for after dinner and dancing: DJ Matt Gazdak through Jerry Bruno Productions

Ceremony Musicians (added this one):  Leslie Braidech (and friends) String Quartet

Videographer: Our friends – we decided to spend money on a small video camera that we could keep instead, asking our family members to videotape some special moments.

Invitations/Wedding Stationery: EInvite – Costco’s stationery provider

Wedding Coordinator: At Last Event Planning – Amy Hissa and Amanda Cochran

Thank you so much, Doug, for sharing this amazing wedding with us!  Please stop by his blog and show him some love!  And thank you, Elizabeth, for taking your time to answer our questions!  We wish you and Gavin a lifetime full of love, laughter, and happiness!!!  May every day be better than the last!

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Kara & Levi :: Bohemian Meets Farm :: Part 2 with EE Photography

We’re back with our second installment of Bohemian Meets Farm! Yea!  Today’s images were captured by the extremely talented Erin of EE Photography.  Again, this photo shoot was a group collaboration that turned out to be pure perfection!

Here is a little bit about the shoot from Erin‘s point of view:

This entire fun shoot originated from one lunch at Mi Cocina about three months ago with Amanda.  Months later, after many conversations, much networking and planning, this fun event came to fruition. 

As you look at the photos and if you see any vendors you may be interested in learning more information, let me know!  Below are all the vendors that were involved in making this greatness come together. ,

Location: Rockwall, Texas

Cakes – Katie and Amber – Ganache Custom Cakery
Hair stylist – Shelley Sheets
Session stylist – Crystal Duran
Make-up artist – Gracie Evans
Photographers –
Erin Woolsey (me) and Amanda Marie 
Models – Kara and Levi Gates
Venue – Tina and Dean Sweat
Florist – Blooms Forever

Below the images are more detailed information of our great vendors!! Boutique located at Legacy in PlanoBleuHair pieces and accessories – Ella

And the fabulous group that made all of this happen:

More from Erin:

YAY!!!  Gracie wasn’t able to make it to the shoot, but was there in spirit (hence her name to the left of Shelley :) ). 

Here’s the info on those cute little cakes!!  The mini cakes are just mini versions of full sized wedding cakes, in almond, chocolate, vanilla, lemon, or white cake.  Fillings are buttercream, whipped cream, ganache, preserves, fresh caramel, lemon or lime curd.  Frostings are buttercream, whipped cream, ganache, fondant.
Petit fours are tiny layers of almond cake and raspberry preserves, enrobed in either chocolate or fondant and custom decorated.

Erin, thank you so much for sharing your gorgeous images with us!  Please check out her website and stop by her blog and show her some love!

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GSS Inspiration Board :: Country Chic

2009 brought us a wonderful trend of farm and ranch weddings.  This trend has  not only carried over into 2010, but it has become even more popular!  We’re loving how relaxed and casual these weddings feel, while keeping it sophisticated and chic. 

Bride and Groom Image:  Courtesy of Jodie Potter Photography

Yellow Flowers in Blue Glass Jar Centerpieces:  Image Courtesy of Vis Photography

Mr. & Mrs. Place Setting:  Image Courtesy of Dana Grant Photography

Exterior Barn Image:  Courtesy of Cameron Ingalls Photography

Barn Reception Image:  Courtesy of Cameron Ingalls Photography

“Here Comes the Bride” Image:  Courtesy of Onelove Photography

Bridesmaids in Cowboy Boots Image:  Courtesy of John H. Weddingpix

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