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Sally Singletary and Taylor Wilkinson

Most of all, I remember...  It's hard to believe that it has been one whole year since Sally & Taylor's GORGEOUS wedding at Green Pastures! She, Taylor and their families were a joy to work with and to be around. We miss seeing them. Sally is a massively talented designer and she hired an amazing vendor team to bring her vision to life. The elegant French Country style felt effortless. (though great style never is!) Their First Look at Austin Country Club in front of the green ivy wall makes me tear up every time I look at it. Jim and I bumped into some special past wedding couples at the reception which was so fun and meaningful to us. Sally changed into her chic get away dress and she and Taylor left to  a Second Line, exiting  in a sea of white rose petals. It was both beautiful and joyful. Thank you Sally and Taylor and happy, happy anniversary!


With: Wedding Coordinator: Ellen Westcott of  Westcott Weddings, Lighting and Stage Facade: Flavio, Floral Design: Colette Ruff, Rental Equipment: Javier of  Austin Chair + Table, Ceremony Venue: St. Michael's Episcopal, Ceremony Music: Ezra Bartz, Reception Venue:  http://www.mattiesaustin.com/ Wedding Cake:  Gale, Lucite Cake Plate Engaving & Creation by Mary Andes: www.wonderkinatx.com Make-Up: by Donna Bruns, Hair: Shaun Fitzgerald of MyStyleTeam, Reception Music (Band): Musical Fantasy, Paper Products: Kaela Rawson, Photographer: Jenn Lindberg of Jennifer Lindberg Weddings, Videography: Juliane and Alex, Transportation: Clark Travel


Myers & Ratliff

Most of all, I remember...walking down the aisle and having hundreds of family and friends looking back at me with such love, excitement and support on their faces. I remember seeing my family members dancing on the lawn under the twinkle lights. I remember old friends laughing together on the porch. I remember people running towards the chocolate chip cookies and having milk mustaches. I remember I felt so alive as I was dancing with our wedding party on the dance floor. But, most of all, I remember all of the happiness. Everywhere I turned, joy radiated from each guest’s face, and that was my favorite memory.

Of course there would not have been a wedding without a proposal! Brad proposed on a drizzly August morning in Crested Butte, Colorado. He convinced me to take a morning hike among the Aspen trees and wildfires, so we set out in our rain jackets. Soon after, the drizzle turned to a cold rain shower, and I pleaded with him for us to turn around. We stopped for a rest, and I thought he was searching for water. However, he took out a small box. Kneeling with the mountains behind him, he proposed while I shook with uncontrollable excitement. After I said "YES!" we stood there, damp, cold and very happy while the showers subdued. As we finished the hike, I remembered thinking he was able to capture every idea I had ever had about my proposal, but was never able to articulate. It was perfect in its simplicity and sincerity.

-Anne Marie