Sarah and Alex had a gorgeous reception at The Grove in Round Rock. With an amazing view of Brushy Creek in the back yard and modern garage doors opening up to the patio, The Grove was an amazing setting for their special day. Let's be honest, any wedding with Round Rock Donuts is one for the books!
photos courtesy of Rooted Trumpet Photography
Dinner and Bar Service: PEJ Events
Hannah with Rooted Trumpet Photography
Venue: The Grove
Reception Decor and Coordination: Eleven Roses Events
Cake and Donuts: Round Rock Donuts
Miriam and Bill got married at the always stunning Pearl Snap Hall on a perfect day in November of 2017. With gorgeous style and impeccable decor choices there was no way this wedding wasn't going to be one of the most beautiful I've ever been a part of. Miriam's love of cats was not missing from the equation either. LOVED the attention to detail Miriam included, nothing left untouched or thought through.
Photos by: LeeAnn B. Stephans Photography
Venue: Pearl Snap Hall
Dinner and Bar Services: Jimmy Vega's Smokehouse
Cakes: Upper Crust Bakery
April 30th, 2017 was one for the books! My first wedding as a day-of-coordinator and my first official business as a business owner. What a magical day it was! The bride was absolutely stunning in a yellow dress and red floral head piece. I could not have asked for a better, more kind and patient couple to be my first. Shara and Eddie, I wish you two the happiest of marriages, and thank you truly from the bottom of my heart for trusting me with your special day!
How fun is an Ugly Sweater theme for a baby shower held during the Holidays? I can tell you personally, it was SO much fun to plan! Held at Pearl Snap Hall, a charming venue in Georgetown, Texas, this may have been the most adorable shower ever! Hobby Lobby had a large selection of Ugly Sweater themed decor, including the metal sign and buttons, and many of the decorations featured at this event I handmade. For example, the white wooden snowman above was made using 4x4's, paint, and scraps of fabric.
The trellis was transformed into a photobooth using red and green cardstock and fishing line. The red snowflakes were constructed from popsicle sticks, wood glue, and red paint. The original 1910 white beadboard and gorgeous barndoors of Pearl Snap Hall provided the perfect backdrop for the classic red and green color scheme of this party.
Event Coordinator and Site Manager for Pearl Snap Hall