A win for love (and for the 'stros) - Wedding on a Chambers County ranch

December 22, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

Wedding on a Chambers County ranch--

If you follow the blog regularly, then you met Haley and Jose a while back here, when I wrote about their engagement session. Fast forward to October and it was time to tie the knot. 

This fall wedding with a rustic, country theme was held on the ranch where their engagement portraits were made, just a bit south of my hometown in Double Bayou. It was a beautiful blue-sky day...just a tad bit hot ;) I wasn't quite sure what to expect for a wedding on a ranch, since this was someone's personal property and not a wedding venue. But as I drove up, I was thrilled to see the beautiful decorations that helped create a "pop-up" wedding venue on site. 

Following a lovely ceremony, the couple had a great reception at White's Park, which was also had a variety of fabulous decor-vignettes in every nook and cranny of the venue. There was never-ending music, starting with a mariachi band, and interspersed with a DJ and a second band. Guests enjoyed dancing the night away and donning funny faces in the photo booth.

To top off the evening, the Astros clenched a spot in the World Series during the reception :) You might notice a few celebration photos further down, as a few guests may have secretly (or not so secretly) been streaming the ball game on their phones. 

The wedding was a beautiful celebration of love, and the uniting of two families. 

Here's to happily ever after for the newlyweds...Haley and Jose! Congrats!


Last, thank you to all the creative teams and vendors who made this day possible including...

Hair: Blushing Allure

Makeup: Makeup by B

Dress: Princess Bridal, Allure Bridal

DJ: DJ Chato

Band: Texas Union Band

Cake: Sweet Me Cakes

Flowers: Anahuac Florist

Invitations: Minted.com

 Ceremony Decorations: Rustic Rose Wedding Rentals 

Reception Decorations: Shindigs & Such and Maci Ray Whittington 

And an extra special thanks to Lawrence Knox for backing me up as second photographer. Thanks for sweating through this 90-degree "fall" day, keeping tabs on the timeline and for all the creativity you bring to your photographs. Lawrence Knox Photography


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