Only in Texas will it be 60 degrees the week before your wedding and then suddenly drop to freezing, snowing and sleeting just for your special day. Natalie and Clayton were married during that crazy weekend of weird weather, but the snow and ice slowed nobody down and the show went on as planned. When Natalie and her bridesmaids arrived at the church I think Natalie was just so nervous with excitement and ready to see her future husband, she could not stop smiling! Clayton had Natalie’s grandmother’s ring re-sized for her and it was such a sweet surprise for her to open before they walked down the aisle. She was just in awe that he had done that for her. You could just feel the love between these two the whole night, because they did not quit smiling the whole time! Even through the whole ceremony they were so cute giggling and not taking their eyes off of one another. After they were finally married it was time to get the party started. We headed over to Stonegate Mansion, but before they went in of course we had to take some photos in the snow! Because, really, how often do we get this opportunity in Texas? Once they hit that dance floor, they danced and had the time of their lives with their family and friends. They ended the night with a private dance where they were able to be alone and enjoy their reception space for the first time all day. They then made their exit through a tunnel of glowing sparklers and drove away in a vintage car. I hope everyone enjoys some of my favorite moments from Natalie and Clayton’s winter wedding. Congratulations you two!
Thanks to all of the wonderful vendors!
Event Coordinator – April Ragsdale
Bridal Gown – Bliss Bridal
Bridesmaids Gowns – Jenny Yoo
Makeup Artist – Jennifer Trotter – Lip Service Makeup
Hair Artist – Beauty & the Blush
Floral – Sage Fine Flowers
Cake Artist – Sugar Bee Sweets
Band – Memphis Soul Band
Catering – Reata
Transportation – Silver West