It seems like just yesterday that I was meeting RoseAnn and taking her bridal portraits, and now she is married! When I first talked with RoseAnn about her wedding day and her plans, she told me about how she is very sentimental and about the meaningful things that would be happening. I, also being a very sentimental person, got really excited. RoseAnn is very close with her family and so she had many things at her wedding that had special meaning to her and different family members. Her shoes were her wedding colors and had their names and wedding date printed on the inside. She wore her grandmother’s jewelry. Her brother gave her a beautiful charm bracelet that he placed on her wrist before they left for the church. As she walked down the aisle arm in arm with her dad, she held a bouquet of yellow roses because her dad calls her “his yellow rose of Texas”. How sweet is all of that? Don’t worry! She didn’t leave her new hubby out. She had a brand new perfume specifically for her wedding day and anniversaries that she wore. They say that you can associate memories with certain smells and what better way to remind you of your wedding day than a new scent? She also wrote Ross a letter that he read right before the ceremony that he can always have and look back on. I could go on and on but I think I’ll let the photos finish telling the story from here. Please enjoy some of my favorites from their special day and check back soon for their reception!
A special thanks to all of the vendors!
Event Coordinator – Precisely As Planned: Kendra Householder
Hair & Makeup Artist – Vogue Salon: Adrian Wilson
Bridal Gown – Langs Bridal
Bridesmaids – David’s Bridal
Groom/Groomsmen Attire – Men’s Warehouse
Officiant – Love Notes: Frank DeLeo
Floral – Arrangements by Mary Parks
Entertainment – It’s Your Night Entertainment: Jeremiah Brinckley
Cake Artist – The Cake Guys