This vintage rural home was the perfect location for Rio and Sydney’s intimate wedding.

A 19th-century steeple graced the top of this surreal country home made from antiques salvaged from around the world located between La Grange and Round Top, Texas.  It was the perfect spot for the intimate February wedding for Sydney and Rio.

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Sydney’s gown from The Princess Bridal Boutique was clean and chic leaving all the guests breathless.  The classic ballgown featured a plunging sweetheart neckline that seamlessly flowed into off-the-shoulder straps, highlighting her neck and shoulders beautifully.  Her beautiful bouquet was from Blooming Junction.

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The home, full of barn wood, metals, and unique architectural elements and re-purposed antiques was the perfect backdrop for this sweet couple.

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Beautiful lighting poured into the dressing area making the perfect spot for the makeup artist and hair stylist to work their magic.

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Rio dressed in one of the three unique cottages fashioned from vintage silos beautifully appointed with one of a kind fixtures and furniture.  His father shared a very special tie clip with him for the day that was worn at the weddings of his parents and grandparents.

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In an effort to time their wedding ceremony to be just before sunset and in the most dreamy lighting, the side lawn was chosen as the perfect location to exchange their vows.

The temperature was oh so comfortable for February.  It really helped that the officiant was also a wedding planner so he totally understood the importance of making sure the couple and the guests were in the most perfect light and didn’t have to squint into the setting sun.  He made sure absolutely every detail was just perfect.

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The day could not have been more perfect!  February is a little tricky when it comes to planning an outdoor wedding but all the stars aligned to make for an absolutely incredible day.  If you looked closely you could see that the bluebonnets were starting to grow already among the dried winter grass.

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Rio and Sydney were so great with following instructions in their couple shots.  Even though the shots have a more casual look they followed some cues to make it all happen and truly “look” un-posed and relaxed.  Of course it didn’t hurt that they were both beaming with happiness after their ceremony.

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Sydney gets teased a lot for her soft voice so Rio grabbed this megaphone for a fun, somewhat personal shot.

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To conclude the evening,  guests gathered in the beautiful home topped with the salvaged steeple where they enjoyed a barbecue dinner and a delicious cake from The Best Little Cake Shop in Texas.

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The couple’s two tiered cake was from The Best Little Cake Shop in Texas.

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Venue – The Silos at 159

Florist – Blooming Junction from La Grange

Cake – The Best Little Cake Shop in Texas

Photographer – Diane Mueller Photography

Officiant – Phillip Boone

Gown – Princess Bridal Boutique

Hair and Makeup – Southern Tease Hair and Makeup Boutique

 

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