Stacey & Adam

Stacey and Adam had their beautiful wedding at the Carriage House in Gonzales. Arriving at Adam’s childhood home where the girls were getting ready, it was bright and sunny outside. But rain clouds came over and it rained and drizzled almost our entire evening. Although most brides stress over weather, Stacey was so calm and relaxed she put everyone else at ease. The girls hung out as each got hair and makeup done. And while bridesmaids are usually in matching robes, these gals wore matching flannel!

Stacey’s dress had a darling, soft trumpet silhouette with beading along its lace. Needless to say, she looked gorgeous in it! And her bridesmaids looked lovely as well in their navy dresses. The wedding colors were a lovely combination of navy and maroon with hints of gold.

Their ceremony was held outside in front of the gazebo and underneath the pavilion. As Stacey stepped out, accompanied by her father and grandfather, Adam teared up at the sight of his bride. At last the two would be joining together in marriage. As part of the ceremony, they poured red and white wine into a vial to represent the different people they are coming together. Both were visibly emotional at the exchanging of their vows and rings (I mean, we all were). It never gets old to see two people in love, committing themselves to each other.

And of course, after the ceremony was party time! And let me tell you, these people really knew how to have a good time. Usually guests are reluctant, and it takes some warming up before people really start filling the dance floor. But in the first song after the dance floor was opened, nearly everyone jumped right in! Ashley (my wonderful second shooter) and I got down as well, because how could you NOT?

For their grand exit, they had their guests blow bubbles! They hopped into Adam’s jeep (that had lights on its wheels!) and made their getaway!

Congratulations Stacey & Adam!



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