She is independent, organized and enjoys having her own desk at her corporate job. He is musician turned coding mastermind, free spirit who is madly in love with his bride.
Caroline and David represent almost exactly my ideal clients. (The almost part is only because she did all her own designing and even her own timeline. I wish she could be my assistant.) When I met Caroline we instantly connected and she trusted me to help execute her vision of an intimate, garden wedding at Ivy Hall Events with a private reception at a local pizza parlor in San Antonio, Texas. She knew she wanted a simple, small wedding where every element represented them as a couple, from the garden wedding with the ghost chairs to the red wine and chef inspired, Gorgonzola pizza.
Guest Post by the Photographer Lauren Bosse Photography
From the moment you meet Tori and Marshall you just know they are meant to be. They have been good friends of Ben and I since the guys started working together and we sure do cherish their friendship! I was so excited when Tori told me they were getting married at Don Strange Ranch because I had never photographed a wedding there before but had seen pictures and it is such a beautiful rustic venue! In my opinion, a Spring wedding is the perfect time to get married because everything is so green and beautiful! Tori included pops of pinks and teal in her flowers and bridesmaids dresses which tied in perfectly! We had a beautiful sunny day and everything just fell into place. Tori and Marshall’s bridal party was so fun and goofy and kept us laughing all day long! I was so honored to be able to capture their special day and I hope you enjoy these photos as much as I do! Congratulations Tori and Marshall!
Flowers: Showers of Flowers
Planner: Social Planner Events
Catering: Rudy’s BBQ
Cake: Cakes & More Bakery
Second Shooter: Jenna Petty
Originally posted by Lauren Bosse a professional wedding photographer. All photos are property of Lauren Bosse Photography.
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