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During this quaint ceremony, you could hear the sound of light chatter of the guests, smell the sweet floral fragrance, and see the love of your life walk down the aisle. Trisha and Andrew shared their vows together while outside of the gorgeous Red bud Hall in Old Town Texas.
The wedding day look:
Furthermore, the bride’s fit-and-flare strapless sequin gown complemented with her beaded floor length veil. Accessorized with maroon heels, a bright summery bouquet, and a silver anchor necklace.
The bridal party attire:
In addition to the stunning decorations, the bridesmaids wore long maroon gowns with a sweetheart neckline and holding a sunflower bouquet. The groom and his groomsmen wore maroon vests under their black tuxedos, but the groomsmen also wore a maroon tie.
The combination of the maroon, red, and sunflowers into not only the bride’s look but also into the overall atmosphere of the wedding. Hence the decorations of this wedding were centralized around the colors of maroon and black with a rustic touch.
You may be wondering:
You bet, From the exposed beams of the wedding hall and tulle with fairy lights intertwined, made the hall seem more intimate and romantic. The wooden arch is decorated with vivid sunflowers made a beautiful backdrop.
The perfect exit
Trisha and Matthew’s beautiful start to being husband and wife they celebrated with bubbles during the recessional. These moments are a must have for your wedding photo checklist. If you are looking for ideas for your wedding than Trisha and Matthew’s exquisite day is one full of fantastic inspiration.