Beat the Heat… Summer Wedding in Texas

It will be HOT soon! And people keep getting married in the summer in Texas, Texans don’t stop for the heat. We are here to give you tip while you are planning to stay COOL!

The folks over at Off Beat Bride have some good ideas.
1. Shade
2. Hydration Station
3. Plan your ceremony closer to sun set

Link to the full article:
Summer Wedding Tips

Super cute and such a great price!
Just Artifacts

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Jason + Brandi

Eat, Drink and Be Married…

Wow, what an amazing group of people! This wedding really showed the personal side of the Bride and Groom. From their extra special attendant with her custom collar (there dog Haliey) to the yard games.

The bridesmaids all had unique black dresses and mint green Kendra Scott jewels! The groom ament with their Tommy Hilfigure sneakers.

This group had 2 missions

1. Celebrate the union of 2 great friends
2. Have fun while doing it!

We are excited to see how Dustin and Fred with http://dustinmeyer.com captured this truly special day.

The Cake was exactly what the Brandi asked for thanks to Michelle’s Patisserie http://www.michellespatisserie.com
The milk and cookies were a hit for a late night treat!

The ceremony and reception were topped off by the music talents of Mark with Tunes Across Texas http://tunesacrosstexas.com/

OMG Becky with Bouquets of Austin and her team truly out did the expectations http://www.bouquetsofaustin.com/

We hope to be back to the Vineyard at Florence again as the setting, wine and staff were amazing!

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Party truck!

We had a new client meeting tonight, the bride is exploring food tucks as a catering option. The venue that has been secured is perfect and I almost jumped out of my seat. I love this idea!!! It’s fun, interactive and give the guest options from food. There is a great resource to help locate and contract food trucks!

http://roaminghunger.com/austin/food-truck-catering

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Get started with this how it works guide:http://roaminghunger.com/support/how-it-works

Jenni + Sean = Awesome Celebration

We had the awesome opportunity to work with a great couple recently. They really grabbed on the concept of making their traditional wedding reflect their personalities and family traditions.

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For more pictures visit Doberenz Photography

Thanks to all great local Wedding vendors that really brought this wedding to life.
Ceremony, St. Mary’s Cathedral; Reception, Hilton Austin; Band, Spazmatics; Florist, Bouquets of Austin; Wedding Cake, Sweet Treets Bakery; Trolly, Carey Limousine; Photography, Doberenz Photography

Something Blue!

Looking for your something blue! I am loving these sling back Charm Heels.

Kate Spade has out done her self:

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A little lesson on traditions: Wedding Traditions: Meaning of “Something Old, Something New…”?

Q.
What is the meaning of “something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue”?

A.
This tradition comes from an Old English rhyme (“Something Olde, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue, A Sixpence in your Shoe”), and the four objects that the bride adds to her wedding outfit or carries with her on the big day are just good luck charms. Don’t stress too much about them — they are the little tokens of love your mother, sister, other relatives, and attendants will give you at the eleventh hour (although you can give them to yourself, too). Something old represents continuity; something new offers optimism for the future; something borrowed symbolizes borrowed happiness; something blue stands for purity, love, and fidelity; and a sixpence in your shoe is a wish for good fortune and prosperity, although this remains largely a British custom.

Featured on the knot:
http://wedding.theknot.com/wedding-planning/wedding-customs/qa/wedding-traditions-the-meaning-of-something-old.aspx?MsdVisit=1