Kelly and Eric were married this past November at the arch, which was covered in greenery and fall colored roses at the end of a pathway of fall colored petals.
Awaiting the ceremony to begin, Kelly was captured in some great shots as she was getting ready inside the Mansion in the bridal sweet.
Barton Strings trio began to play as guests took their seats. It was a gorgeous Fall day for a ceremony, as the wedding party took their places.
The bride walked down the aisle with a beautiful bouquet filled with red cox comb, blue thistle, green buttons, green and red hypericum berries, white stephanotis, creamy ranunculus, yellow yarrow, pink riceflower, scabiosa pods, and seeded euchalyptus. A wonderful combination of a variety of flowers, it turned out perfect! The groom’s boutonniere featured a green cymbidium orchid with a tiny accent of red and green hypericum berries and seeded euchalyptus.
The evening went on to a beautiful reception, where guests enjoyed beef tenderloin served table-side, sweet potato and russet potato home fries, salad with Texas pecans and cranberry vinaigrette, halibut, pork burgers, mushroom, greens, and white bean cassoulet, and butternut squash soup served in small cups. The band, Alter Ego, kept people on the dance floor all evening.
The bride’s cake was a simple off-centered squared tiers with layered colors of ribbon. In lieu of a groom’s cake, the couple offered cupcakes that spelled out “Happy Birthday” to honor two of the bride’s cousins’ birthdays, which were also on the wedding day.
Many thanks to Svetlana Photography for these gorgeous images!!