Jamie came up from Victoria, TX for her bridal at Texas Old Town with her dad’s 1951 hauled up with her. The rustic spot was a perfect match to show off her personality for all things outdoors, hunting, and south Texas. I loved working with her again after her engagement session with fiancé, Edward, and can’t wait to edit the rest of this session!
Amanda and Chris planned a Texas Old Town wedding that barely escaped the rain so they could enjoy and outdoor ceremony. With a Texas chic theme with jeans, boots, and hats, great bbq, and a stunningly beautiful couple, Redbud Hall lit up! Their vows were tender yet full of jokes, and who doesn’t love a priest who retells the story of Johnny Lingo’s nine-cow wife during his ceremony sermon? It’s Texas, after all, so cows are part of most weddings ’round these here parts. I wish you all the best with your adorable little son as you go through life together as husband and wife.
Sarah and Branson had a gorgeous, elegantly country chic wedding at Texas Old Town in April. Redbud Hall was amazing as Branson’s mother Donna Musselman, an event coordinator, did a fantastic job with the decor using weathered wood, glass, flowers, and so many amazing details to create a rich mood. I popped in before the rehearsal dinner and wondered where everything was going to fit, but when I arrived before the ceremony the hall was decked out for the most beautifully detailed reception.
Sarah used a butterfly theme to highlight her background as an entymologist, and Branson enjoyed some Texas barbeque while wearing his camo suspenders and cowboy boots at the reception. The couple was so funny and sweet in a classy way, and they’re so beautiful in such a great location it was easy to capture them looking their best. Congratulations on your new adventure together. And just remember as Pastor Rex said, if it rains on your wedding day, and then stops, and then rains again, you’ll be wealthy, long lived, and wet!
Texas Old Town is always jumping every weekend with 4 venues. After Amanda and Chris’s wedding at Redbud Hall, I headed next door through the little green walking path to Sage Hall where a friend was shooting another wedding for Tammy and Dusty, and I helped out for a bit with the reception. So many great choices between Sage, Redbud, Tejas, and their new premier Stone Hall makes Texas Old Town a fantastic wedding venue. The grounds are manicured with so many pockets for great photography. I’m friends with the owners and live just half a mile up the road. I’m looking forward to spending a lot more time at Texas Old Town weddings! Just watch out for the floors littered with tired children, and slippery high heels: this made for the most unique garter toss I’ve ever seen!