August 9, 2012

Black Tie & Cowboy Boots Required

What happens when you combine the elegance of a vintage-inspired black tie event with the rustic Texan countryside?  Wedding magic, my friends.  Laura & John's Hunt, Texas nuptials are the stuff of legend.  With a gorgeous bride & groom, a perfect fall setting, and one of the best photographers in the nation, you can't lose...


Photography:  Gideon Photography (a frosted favorite!)
Event Planning:  Marquee Event Group
Location:  Guadalupe River Backyard

8 comments:

  1. I love every detail of this wedding! Where are the bow ties from?

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  2. Beautiful!! Yes, we're can I get that bow tie?

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  3. Also looking for those bow ties! They would be perfect in my wedding! Where are they from???

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    1. Haven't heard back from the couple, but here's the closest I could find:
      http://www.etsy.com/listing/94620038/wedding-ties-black-and-white-customize
      Hope that helps!

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  4. Hi there! I'm the bride and we had the Bowties made custom by a woman with a little shop in the mall in new Orleans. I can't find her name or number anywhere! We ordered and paid there And she mailed them to us. I'm glad you like them and so sorry I can't help you more!

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    1. Thanks Laura for the the update! We appreciate you trying to find the information... I seriously get tons of inquiries each week about the bowties! Guess you truly have a one-of-a-kind wedding! ;)

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  5. Who made the cakes??? They are all fabulous!

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  6. Where did you get your dress? It's gorgeous!!!

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