Texas Rock House has been in Erin’s family for years. It was actually her grandparents who built the main house from rocks they collected from their extensive travels across the United States! Happy family memories rest in every nook and cranny of the property.
Rustic elegance made its way to our styled shoot beginning with the dazzling gown Meagan wore from Celebratrions Bridal and Prom. The champagne tulle gown from Maggie Sottero hosted three-quarter illusion sleeves that provided arm coverage while maintaining a whimsical, airy quality. Maggie Sottero is known for their craftsmanship and soft, ethereal designs.
Joe is wearing a cobalt blue wedding suit – a subtle departure from the traditional black tuxedo.
While waiting for the festivities to begin, Joe made himself comfortable in the groom’s suite.
It is ALWAYS in the details! Invitations, rings, caterer, cake and bar service all need to follow the thread of the event’s theme.
Brides, wedding invitations are now available at Blumen Meisters! Pictured above is a representation done on glass!
Rings donated by New Braunfels Wedding Guide.
Texas Rock House has many wonderful locations for a first look or a no first look!
SueBee Vintage Rentals and Design is known for her beautiful rugs. In fact, her inventory tops over one hundred in number! Sue offers a variety of packages for couples and her designs are truly dazzling.
Sue’s florals are magnificent! Using a combination of dried and fresh flowers, she creates a made-to-order design uniquely suited for a couple’s special day.
Sue caught our rustic elegance theme once more in Magdalene’s bouquet as well as Joe’s boutonniere, the perfect blend of color with the perfect floral choices!
Thank you Mobilboheme for joining us once again to work your magic! Video to be published soon!!
B Turner Photography, you told our story perfectly and with such a flare! We look forward to next time!
Thank you to all the local and hill country vendors who joined us for this venture! Your dedication to your craft is inspiring!