It’s all here. Everything to the quiet of the venue the morning of, to the laughter and games after the ceremony, to the walking and climbing through Zilker Park Portraits after the reception.
AND THE DONUT WALL. Sorry not sorry for including too many pictures of the donut wall. I’ve never seen a sexier donut wall, than at Lizzie and Andrew’s wedding. It’s SO PRETTY and makes me SO hungry.
Here are my top FIVE favorite moments from Andrew and Lizzie’s Wedding:
Their wedding values. Andrew and Lizzie wanted their guests to interact with one another. They wanted their guests to engage with one another, have intentional conversations, and have fun. So, epically and non-traditionally they chose to nix the dancing and include Lawn Games instead. I love when couples break the mold. I love when couples value guests having special moments with one another. This was really cool to see happen at Andrew and Lizzie’s wedding.
The first look. Duh. Andrew was tearing up before I even brought Lizzie out. And what was so awesome about their first look? It was simple and sweet. They held hands and smiled at each other. What they said was to each other and— just the way I like it— I was sneaky and far away so they really owned the moment and were able to be their most authentic sweet selves. And they really are the sweetest couple. You can see it on their faces in these pictures. Sometimes we make the first look out to be this crazy epic event. These two made it so simple and effortless.
The Zilker portraits. These two love adventures, rocks, and adventures. They picked the spot and it was honestly so nice to walk around with them post-wedding. Not pressured by time. I could tell they were relaxed and excited to walk around and hug one another. Lizzie was a boss for climbing around in her dress. And Andrew was a boss for how much I made him pick up Lizzie.
The Stained Glass vs. The Donut Wall. IT WAS ALL SO PRETTY. The chicken and waffles we had for brunch were pretty awesome too.
The kindest toasts from the Matron of Honor and the Best Man. When speeches make me cry at weddings…. that’s when I’m reminded of how important my job is and how VERY COOL it is I get to witness people celebrating people.
What kind of wall would you have at your wedding? Donuts? Puppies? Balloons?