I spent Thursday and Friday with my good friends, Becca and Sean, at their beautiful Hill Country Wedding! Everything from the flowers to the mason jars, the vintage linens to the old antique benches, made this an absolutely unique and magical little wedding. These are a few of my favorite shots! And if you are wondering what the tree is all about... well, my creative friend Krista drew this to represent the new "family tree" that Sean and Becca are coming together to make. Each guest was invited to leave an imprint of their thumb along with their name to symbolize being a part of the weekend when the new family put down its roots. It was an awesome twist on a traditional guest book!
The venue was Camp Lucy in Dripping Springs, Texas. The flowers and bouquets were all from Central Market- an amazing Texas grocery store! And besides those two major costs- almost everything else came from friends and family (she even did her own invitations!) From the 400 homemade cake balls to the hot cocoa station- Becca made this wedding unique, totally "her" and under budget!!! Friends and family pitched in to collect (from around their homes) mason jars, vintage linens, and even pieces of pottery used for decorations. It was a perfect night and is proof that with a bit of creativity and help from some friends and family... anyone can have their dream wedding! You created a masterpiece sweet girl!
Bear and Becca... you are two of the sweetest people we know and the greatest of friends. We love you. It was an honor to be a part of your special day!