Whether or not you’re prone to wedding waterworks, it’s definitely a good idea to have some tissues on hand for this one. There were so many moments that had us blinking back more than a few happy tears — from the bride’s parents’ emotional first look at their gorgeous daughter, to the tenderness shared between the newlyweds. Then there was the exuberant joy that radiated from every single one of the 250 guests; at times I thought that Garden Grove’s 12 acres might not be able to contain it all. Of course, we wouldn’t be able to share any of this beauty with you if it wasn’t for the insanely talented folks at Feather & Twine.
With 36th Street Events at the helm, this day was also made possible by an army of awesome vendors including Sweetwater Stems, who was responsible for the stunning florals, the Memphis Train Revue band, who kept the guests moving on the dance floor literally the entire night, and Sherpa Lux who provided the vintage Bentley that carried the bride to and from the ceremony at St. Mary Cathedral in downtown Austin as well as the transportation for over 200 guests. Last but not least, Lady Quakenbush’s Cakery created the cake that was just as pleasing to the tastebuds as it was to the eyes and Gabby and her bridal party’s elegant hair and makeup was done by Kiss by Katie.
Hope you enjoy these photos as much as we did. <3