He was from New York, she was from Brownsville, Texas, they met at work and the rest is history. With Ambar and Tim, I got to make simple flower centerpieces along with decorating the wedding reception with hanging flowers and a sweetheart table backdrop. They are a beautiful couple and have recently welcomed a sweet little babe to the family.
Thank you Anderson's for letting me be a part of your special day!
The Golf Club of Texas is a great option for couples that want a full package reception and an outdoor ceremony. They have multiple food choices from fajitas to barbecue. They seat about 250 (comfortably) and have an outdoor patio as well as various linen types for the tables. Bo is the manger of special events and he is easy to work with. Let me know if the Golf Club of Texas is some place you wanna visit and I can accompany you to start helping you plan your best day ever.
I remember, back in March, when it was cool, a bit rainy and I helped Destiny and Justin get down the isle as husband and wife at the Spanish Governors Palace. It's not so much that cool or rainy now but I love that I can look back on that wonderful spring wedding day and see how two became one.
It was such a pleasure working with this bride as a day of coordinator. She had everything in order and ready to go for me at the rehearsal. From the white linens, the gold candelabras and the personalized matchboxes. It's always such a treasure to work with a bride who sees a vision and can communicate it.
The big day ended up a bit more rainy then anyone expected but with no plan B we just hoped for lots of umbrellas and good lighting for photo's. And that is exactly what we got.
Destiny was walked down the isle by her sweet Dad awaiting the arms of her fiance. With no wedding party this couple listened to the Good News be preached, they sung a hymn with their closest friends and family and kissed away the rain as it cleared upon the ending of the ceremony.
The night was filled with yummy Bill Miller BBQ, a blowup photo booth, and get'back moves on the dance floor. The couple danced the night away all to end it with a spectacular sparkler send-off with the city of San Antonio in the background.
Here is a list of vendors and a gallery of my favorite photos.
Venue: Spanish Governor's Palace
Floral: Madly and Love Blooms
Photographer: Alejandra Sol Casas and Vince
Catering: Bill Miller BBQ
Cake: Ms Bri
Photo Booth: Galindo and Son
Dress: I Do The Dress
Mens Attire: Mens Warehouse
As wedding planner keeping a bride and groom within their wedding budget is my most complicated task. It’s not the flower choosing or the timeline. It’s the wedding budget. Trying to stay within your budget is even more difficult when their has not been a clear budget amount set. Then you add the element of trying to please friends and family more than making your day special for you and your spouse. Wedding planning within a budget is a constant give and take.
Here are five tips I have found to be the most helpful for the bride and groom to stay within their wedding budget.