We have a beautiful outdoor wedding to share with you today, set at an historic home in Galveston, Texas. The home where this wedding takes place is just gorgeous! We don't have these in Arizona, so whenever I see one, I just swoon and want to move right in!
We are happy to feature for the second time to the blog Alicia Pyne Photography! She shared this little note with me about the couple and their beautiful day:Lauren and Matt married at the Historic Menard Home in Galveston, Texas on a beautiful Saturday afternoon in April followed by a simple dinner with their closest family and friends. At their dinner, family and friends enjoyed celebrating with the couple while also enjoying the bride's DIY project that displayed Lauren & Matt's love story that started way back in 2000 with their very first kiss!
The love story is really a cute idea, I've never seen anything like it! Behold Lauren & Matt's beautiful spring wedding!
What a sweet couple, and their wedding is so charming. The love story board is such a sweet touch, and really shares the couple's journey together with their guests and loved ones. I also like the large initials as the guest book alternative where the guests signed their well wishes to the happy couple, such a cute little idea! I have to give props as well to the super cute mason jar aisle decor! This bride is one creative gal!
One of the touches I'm also swooning over is the bride's bouquet. I love the use of the brooches with the roses, even on the groom's boutonniere! That's a first for the blog! I've seen bouquets made solely of brooches, or where brooches adorn the base of the bouquets, but not like this, it is so charming!
Another touch, I think even my husband would love, is the groom's cake made to look like the XBox 360! So clever! The wedding cake is another really beautiful detail to this adorable wedding.
Many thanks again to Alicia Pyne Photography for submitting Lauren & Matt's wedding! Congrats to the happy couple!
Photography: Alicia Pyne Photography, League City, Texas
Venue: Menard House, Galveston, Texas