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Klatt & Wallace

Most of all, I remember... When I think back to our wedding, there are so many amazing memories it is hard to pick my favorites! One of our favorite moments was the first look outside on the lawn at the Four Seasons. I had been completely calm and relaxed all day getting ready with all of my friends. When I put on my wedding dress and heard that Scott was waiting for me on the lawn, it finally hit me that such an important and special moment in my life was about to happen. I met him out on the lawn and tapped him on the shoulder and the look on his face is an image that I'll never forget. We were both overcome with emotion and we were so happy to share a sweet moment just the two of us before the craziness of the day took off.

Another one of both of our favorite memories from the day was when I walked down the aisle. As the trumpet sounded and the doors to the church opened, I remember an overwhelming feeling of love. Walking with my dad I was able to see the beaming faces of everyone who mattered most to us all in one place to witness our union. I then saw my groom's smiling face at the end of the aisle and I felt so excited. Scott talks about how this moment particularly is his favorite memory. He remembers it feeling so surreal and momentous. He felt excited and jittery and could not believe it was actually happening.

While we had the time of our lives dancing the night away with all of our friends and family, our final favorite memory occurred when it was time to exit and we had one last dance, just the two of us. It was the perfect way to wind down from the craziness of the reception, and soak in the final minutes of the most wonderful night of our lives. We were filled with joy and love for each other and gratitude for our family and friends and still reminisce about it all the time.

-Sydney

Ceremony Location - Good Shepherd Episcopal Church, Reception Venue - The Four Seasons Austin, Officiant - Kathleen Pfister, Makeup - Denise Vasquez Makeup, Hair - Carolyn Taylor, Rentals - Marquee Event Group, Caterer - The Four Seasons, Flowers - Westbank Flower Market, Cake - Simon Lee Bakery, Videographer - Crescent Video Productions, Band - Icehouse Band, Calligraphy - Terry Gaus, Lighting - FILO Productions, Transportation - Uptown Valet

 
 

Price & Jinks

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!

-Shelby

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 DesignsTownsley Designs, FILO Productions, & Simon Lee Bakery

 

 
 

Shelby & John Featured on TheKnot.com!

We're so excited that Shelby and John's mod, luxe Christmas-themed wedding has just been featured on TheKnot.com!

-Jenn

With Brock + Co. Events, Four Seasons Hotel Austin, Central Christian Church, Townsley Designs, FILO Productions, Simon Lee Bakery, 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

 
 

Almost married!

It was great to be able to fit in an engagement session with Sydney and Scott at The Four Seasons, Austin, last month. I cannot wait for their wedding!

-Jenn

 
 

Happy Anniversary Caroline & Matthew!

Most of all, I remember...This unforgettable wedding! It's hard to believe that a year has passed since Caroline and Matthew's wedding! Happy, happy, anniversary to you! Hope to see you dancing at a wedding again soon.

-Jenn

All of these terrific vendors worked on this wedding: Arundel Ensemble, Barbara Shorts: Designer and Consultant–Verve Austin, Candlelight VideoDavid Kurio, Denise Vasquez MakeupFILO lightingFirst United Methodist ChurchFour Seasons HotelFull Spectrum Ice SculpturesHyde Park Strings, Laura Ja Co Salon, Pastor William Brazelton, Personally YoursSauce Band, The Paper PlaceThe Cake Plate, Townsley DesignsTransportation Consultants

 
 

Farmer & Reckling

Most of all, I remember... I am not sure if there is one specific moment that made me realize that I wanted to marry Matthew. I am not a girl that always had boyfriends or wanted one, I was fine on my own. But then Matthew and I went on a blind date and things changed. I knew he was special when he blessed the meal on our first date, when he would stay up to the wee hours of the night talking to me, (the night owl), and when we were so quickly able to say I love you. He is the most selfless and caring man, how could I not want to marry him?!

We are both so thankful for everyone who was there to celebrate with us and witness us make a commitment to God and each other! It was a perfect weekend full of family friends and love!

- Caroline

 

 
 

Hood & Coleman

Most of all, I remember... Chris and I had been dating for over 6 years when we got engaged. I knew I wanted to marry him very early on, within the first year, but was never very rushed to get married. I think the “marriage” moment first hit me on a night we were sitting in the GWU library. I was finishing classes at GW, while already working full time, and was having a hard time concentrating on my final thesis. He dragged me to the library to buckle down, and sat there until I finished. His genuine care for me at the time was so apparent, that it made me love him so much.

Chris proposed to me at our favorite, and most special restaurant in DC, Komi. We have history there, and Chris knew that I would suspect something was up if I had known about the reservation ahead of time. We are friends with the owners, so Chris slyly sent me an email on the Monday before saying Anne had penciled us in for dinner that Friday. So I honestly just thought it was a spontaneous dinner date. Little did I know he had been emailing with Anne for weeks, and even brought the ring over early on Friday afternoon so Johnny could incorporate it into the dessert.

Chris somehow lasted the entire meal till dessert, to pop the question. The waiter brought out what I thought was our first dessert course, and placed it in front of me. He lifted off the lid, and smoke seeped out, and there was a ring on the chocolate dessert. I actually did not even notice the ring at first because I was just so excited to dive in to the deliciousness, but then Chris got up from around the table, and came over to me, got down on one knee, and asked me to marry him. The tears fell, and I was overwhelmed with joy. We actually didn’t even finish the dessert (which is rare for me) and Chris suggested we go celebrate with champagne at the Ritz Carlton Georgetown. He said it would just be us, and that we could call everyone after we had time to ourselves. When we walked in the Ritz bar, I saw my parents, and sister, and all our closest friends. It was truly a night to remember.Our wedding weekend was seriously the most memorable weekend, and I will cherish those memories forever. From the sewer pipes bursting at my parents house three days before the wedding, to one of my bridesmaids coming down with phenomena and not being able to fly in, a lot of little things went wrong. But there was nothing that could get in the way of my marrying Chris.

One of my favorite moments was definitely our first look. My bridesmaids and I all got ready at my parent’s house. When Chris came over, he was waiting for me on the front lawn. I remember walking down those steps, so nervous I would cry, and when I saw him, he got tears in his eyes. I am always the one to cry, not him! I will never forget the look on his face, or how handsome he looked at that very moment, or the precious words we shared with each other.

I will also never forget the feeling I had walking down the aisle after we got married. I remember looking around at the crowd, and seeing all the people that were surrounding us. We have family and friends coast to coast, and it was an overwhelming feeling to think that they traveled to this very spot just to see us. I am still overwhelmed by that feeling to this day, that we have so many people who truly care about us.

I also will always remember my first dance with my dad. It was so special to have some private time with him (only while 200 people are watching you!) and tell him how lucky I was to have him as my dad, and how much I loved him.

I definitely will also always remember our first dance. Chris and I danced to Van Morrison’s “Days Like This”, which was upbeat and just very “us”. Chris always loves to try and dip me. I was so scared he would do this, despite me telling him not to, and I would fall, or my dress would rip, but he somehow managed to pull it off!

data-mce-mark="1">-Megan

 
 

Hughes & Phillips

Most of all, I remember... Cameron and I were neighborhood friends and attended elementary school together at Midland Christian.  At the ripe age of five (or six?), Cameron became my first crush.  He filled my head with dreams of wedded bliss and all that goes along with the idea of what being married is like to a five year-old.  Our time together ended all too soon, however, as my family was transferred (the first of many moves) for my dad's career.  Cameron and I were too young to stay in touch, but every now and then, my parents and I would drive thru our old neighborhood and it always made me think of my "little friend", Cameron Phillips, and I would wonder how he was doing and what he was up to.

Flash forward two decades later to Spring of 2012: I had just moved back to Midland from NYC where I had spent the last two and a half years enjoying life in "The City".  Cameron and I happened to attend the same service at Stonegate Fellowship one evening where we saw each other and instantly the attraction and sparks I felt at age six still flew at age 26.  We started dating and it didn't take long before we discovered that we wanted to spend the rest of our lives together. What can we say, "when you know, you know...you know?!"

Our wedding day was filled with every bit of fantasy and happiness I imagined it would be. It was a blur, but it was absolutely perfect.  Never in my wildest dreams would I have predicted the events that have unfolded over the year; but they have, and for that I am forever thankful.

-Brecklyn