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Kristi + Guada: Texas Ole Town Wedding

rencontre femme 42 Kristi and Aaron’s wedding was, without a doubt, one of the most creative/fun/beautiful weddings I have ever had the opportunity to be a part of. To say it was a production would be quite the understatement, as it took a crew of family/friends/wedding party members several months of prep and hours of setup the day of the event to pull it off. But the end result was sooo worth it! Every detail was handmade-from the wood burned signs to the hand-melted and scented mason jar candles, wrapped in lace and burlap, right down to the branches of seat assignment cards, and hand painted mason jar drinking glasses at the head table, it was truly a labor of love. Being a good friend of Kristi’s (and a member of the house party, as well as the photographer!!), I got to witness the behind the scenes DIY projects that overtook their apartment in the months leading up to the wedding. Aaron was a huge help, taking part in tons of projects, including the wood burning of the signs and hangers as well as constructing washer board sets for all of the groomsmen that would be used as entertainment during cocktail hour.

dating a single dad with a daughter The Tejas Hall at Texas Ole Town might as well have been made for Kristi and Aaron. It was the perfect backdrop for their rustic country wedding. One of my favorite details was the assortment of “favorite things” used as centerpeices for each of the SIXTY TWO tables. From “Gruene Hall” (where Aaron proposed) to “Chilifest” (a yearly tx country music festival in aggieland), each table had a “favorite thing” along with a photo of Kristi and Aaron doing/hanging out at that favorite thing. Not to mention the GORGEOUS flowers from WOW Factor Design. Guests found their table by locating their name strung between a set of branches from Aaron’s hometown of Yoakum. On the back of their name card, one of the “favorite things” was listed, which led them to the appropriate table.

conocer gente ayacucho The ceremony took place outdoors and was a showcase for Kristi’s five flower girls (each neices of the bride and groom, one being pulled in a wagon) as well as one handsome ring bearer. Kristi made their headbands, and their rustic baskets were collected from different thrift shops throughout Texas. Kristi decorated them herself, and they were filled with peach and pink rose petals. Kristi and Aaron’s all-time favorite movie is the western, Lonesome Dove, so naturally the Lonesome Dove main theme song played first. Guests also enjoyed the instrumental versions of “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” and Elvis Presley’s “Can’t Help Falling in Love with You” (which was a foreshadowing of what was to come at the reception!) The officiant was Kristi’s childhood pastor, John Lockhart, from First Baptist Richmond. His message held several personal references to Kristi and Aaron’s relationship, including their love of nature and Kristi’s dad’s love of fishing. Kristi and Aaron sealed their love with a vow, a ring, and a kiss, and as they turned to walk down the aisle, The Monkee’s “I’m a Believer” blared out across the congregation!

pop over to this web-site After the ceremony, Kristi and her bridesmaids switched into cowboy boots for a true Texas reception, full of homemade barbecue, and all the Texas traditions, including the Aggie War Hymn. The Grand March, a traditional European (German/Czech) wedding dance, enjoyed at weddings by past generations from both Kristi and Aaron’s sides of the family, was also a highlight of the reception. All guests paired up and followed in line to the beat of “under the double eagle” ultimately making their way through the long tunnel of people. They even had a surprise visit from Elvis! The brides cake was covered in a cascade of real pink and peach colored flowers and the grooms cake (made by Aaron’s Aunt!) was a giant Lonestar beer cap, complete with a riddle on the underside. Personalized camouflage koozies and gold flip flops which acted as “dancin’ shoes” were also on hand. Close to 500 guests two stepped the night away before sending the happy couple off to Mexico!

To check out Kristis engagements (and the story of how they met/how the name “Guada” came about) or bridals go here:



A full list of vendors is available at the bottom of this post.

A huge thanks to all of the vendors who made Kristi + Aaron’s day amazing:

Texas Old Town
1205 Roland Ln. Kyle, TX

Texas Ritas Bartending Service

Wimberley Flower Shop/ WOW Factor Design
14201 Ranch Road 12 Wimberley, TX
Kari Shelton & Kristy Clanton & Kurt Romero

275 S. Seguin Ave.
New Braunfels, TX

Flower Girl Dresses

Makeup by Adrienne
Adrienne Pitkin

Nuance Salon & Spa
9726 Mercantile Dr. #202
Rosenberg, TX
Candace, Whitney, Chelsea, & Kayla

Carlea Wilson- Carlea J Photography

Suits-Al’s Formal Wear Retail
Shirts and ties: JCPenney

Bryan Binder

James Leist Video
Yoakum, TX

Bride’s Cake
Irene Soechting
Gruene, TX

Groom’s Cake
Debra Vahalik
Yoakum, TX

Metal Decor Rentals
Mancino Iron

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