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Jennah & Roy featured in the new The Knot Texas magazine!

Jennah and Roy's beautiful wedding is featured in The Knot Texas issue that is on newsstands today! You can also view it online at: http://www.theknot.com/weddings/album/a-bullock-texas-state-history-museum-wedding-in-austin-texas-161786.

We are so proud to have worked on this wedding with these vendors and at these locations:

Wedding Coordinator - Barbara Bailey Gaines: http://www.barbarabaileyassoc.com/
Westbank Flower Market: http://www.westbankflowers.com/
Dolce Salon: http://dolcesalonaustin.com/
Rhea McCarter: http://www.rheamccarter.com/
Invitations - Berings: http://www.berings.com/
Programs - Paper Place: http://www.paperplaceaustin.com/
Illusions Rentals and Designs: http://www.illusionsrentals.com
Rosemary's Catering: http://www.therkgroup.com/cateringbyrosemary/
The Cake Plate: http://www.thecakeplate.com
Icehouse Band: http://www.icehouseband.com/
Transportation Consultants: http://transconsultants.com/
The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd: http://www.gsaustin.org/
Bullock Texas State History Museum: http://www.thestoryoftexas.com/

- Jenn

 
 

Altemus & Granger

 Most of all, I remember... When I look back at our wedding day there are three wedding memories that stand out the most in my mind. To begin with, I am so happy that we decided to do a “first look” before the ceremony. It was fun to have a moment to ourselves before standing at the altar in front of our friends and family. Next, was our first dance. Roy and I didn’t take dance lessons (we absolutely needed to), so our first dance was pretty funny and awkward. This is a moment that I am so happy was captured in photos and not on video! The last memory that stands out is the fun we had at our reception. Roy and I loved the band, Icehouse, and had such a fun time dancing with our friends. One of the highlights of the night was when my sister took the stage to play the saxophone and sing a few songs!

-Jennah

 
 

Julia

Most of all, I remember... I knew I wanted to marry Vannie back when we were nineteen and first started dating. We were at his family's ranch and I barely knew him, but I just knew somehow! We got engaged seven years later over a weekend together at South Padre Island. We had a beautiful (and inedible, since I am still honing my cooking skills) meal by the beach and we had just finished doing the dishes when I turned around for a big surprise!

-Julia