Most of all, I remember… John and I both loved the music at our wedding ceremony. It was so special and intimate to have my aunt play the piano and to have my cousin sing an original and extremely memorable solo for us. The Texas Choral Concert ended the ceremony with a classic acoustic rendition of Little Drummer Boy, which really set the tone for our Christmas themed reception.
Santa was really just the icing on the cake at our reception! I loved seeing how surprised our guests were to see elves and Santa himself appear with full Christmas gear and cheer for us all. Watching our guests go crazy over the North Pole and taking turns sitting on Santa's lap, was hilarious. We had so much fun indulging in all of the tasty winter-themed treats, especially Santa's milk shakes.
After the seated dinner, the band did a great job moving everyone to the dance floor. They delivered a power-house performance and even held a dance-off competition for our guests. It was so fun to see everyone let loose and dance. John and I ended the competition with our own little dance-off, which we still laugh about. One of my most memorable moments was the last dance of the evening. Real snow fell during the last song creating a magical and romantic winter wonderland. It was the perfect ending to a dreamy evening and I felt like John and I were the only one's in the entire ballroom!
With Brock + Co. Events, Heirloom Hangers, Four Seasons Hotel Austin, Central Christian Church, Makeup by Adrienne, Marquee Rents, Roar Salon, Wally's Menswear, Wendee Sawran Petals + Decor, Jimmy Choo, Kenneth Pool, Dance Street Band, Carly Berryhill, Texas Choral Consort, Get the Picture, Full Spectrum Ice, Bella Bridesmaid, Amsale, Julian Gold Bridal, Kay Knight Designs, Townsley Designs, FILO Productions, & Simon Lee Bakery