I hope you’re having a wonderful Wednesday.
I have known Aaron Yates for years as we both grew up in Kerrville, Texas. I’ve seen his work on many different weddings/events throughout the hill country and I felt confident in his style and that he would do a great job capturing our day so we could watch it years later or let our kids and the boys see it one day down the road!
Emily’s advice for other couples:
Enjoy the day, make it your own, & I recommend hiring an event designer/coordinator and my husband will agree – even as a (former) associate planner for an event and design company, I can’t even begin to imagine bringing the whole day to life without their help. The ideas, the know-how, the staffing and labor needed, the connections, vendors, & recommendations, and the eye for detail they have at their fingertips are priceless and being able to just enjoy the day and know everything was going to be just perfect and taken care of.
Many thanks to Emily and Aaron for sharing their wedding story and to Aaron Yates for sharing this beautiful glimpse into their special day.
My love for yellow and grey weddings goes on…anyone else a big fan of that colour palette too?Photographer: EE PhotographyBride’s Dress: AnjoliqueBride’s Shoes: Gianni BiniGroom and Groomsmen’s Attire: Deb’s Bridal Calvin Klein TuxGroomsmens Yellow/Grey Ties: MacysWedding Stylist and Florals: Viridian Design StudioCeremony Venue: The Old Family Ranch at Comanche TraceReception Venue: The Pinnacle Club at Comanche TraceReception Entertainment: Men In BlackReception Entertainment: Josh & Kirsty GriderCake Baker: Julie Meeks at It’s a CakewalkInvitations & Stationery: Delightful DesignsMarquee: Marquee RentsRaemie Jones: Brigman EnterprisesMakeup Artist: Lacey DahseHairstylist: Diana Howard of Shabby to Chic Hair Salon