Though all eyes will be on the bride, don’t let your groom take a supporting role at the celebration that is meant to be all about your relationship and love as a couple. It’s important to involve your groom in the big day decisions, not only because the ceremony and reception should be a reflection of both your personalities but also to relieve stress for the bride. So, how to get your groom more involved in wedding planning? Include him through every stage of planning, highlight his favorites and delegate tasks.
The benefits of hosting an event in Hill Country are innumerable. The location boasts rural beauty but is conveniently situated close to several larger cities and towns, including Austin and San Antonio. You’ll feel like you’ve escaped to a beautiful new destination when you’re really just a short drive from home. Our elegant venue also has ample space for a variety of events, from corporate meetings to quinceaneras to weddings. Celebrate all of life’s many milestones amidst the breathtaking natural beauty of Texas Hill Country. (more…)
Unlike summer weddings, when many brides and grooms prefer to keep the palette light and bright, fall wedding colors are often richer in tone to reflect the changing landscape outdoors. Fall wedding color palettes often play off the vibrant explosion of color seen in nature with highly pigmented hues and organic earth tones. But if burnt orange and moss green are not your style, there are many on-trend color combinations appropriate for the season with serious style, too. Trendy wine-inspired shades and elegant jewel tones add luxe color to your special day. (more…)
Enjoy some good music for a good cause this weekend in Texas Hill Country: The Band Together TX concert is a community event supporting relief for local Central, TX families who were recently impacted by the Memorial Day floods in the region. As if you needed another excuse to enjoy great Texas music any day of the week, but another great aspect of this San Marcos, TX community event is that 100% of the ticket proceeds, purchasing fees, beverage sales, merchandise sales and donations go directly to support the families in need. (more…)
Your wedding day should be a reflection of you as a couple and your personalities, so don’t be afraid to break the rules: You don’t need to follow all the conventions of a traditional wedding if that’s not your style. Whether it comes to your wedding gown, your bridesmaids’ looks, your reception decor, or the events of your big day, you have the freedom to customize your celebration so it is a DIY wedding that perfectly reflects the bride and groom. (more…)
You’ve found your wedding dress, but now it’s time to find another: Your bridesmaids dress! The most important women in your life will be standing by your side as you say “I do” to your Mr. Right, and you want each friend to look beautiful. Gone are the days when bridesmaids dresses were notoriously an eyesore; today’s preferred look is a lovely, flattering style that complements your bridal gown. How do you pick one bridesmaid dress for all your friends to wear? (more…)
Every bride knows the classic rhyme: “Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, and a silver sixpence in her shoe.” The traditional poem details what a bride should wear for good luck on her wedding day. While most Texas brides have done away with the sixpence, nearly every bride says “I do” with a special something blue. Whether you’re having a traditional wedding or a modern wedding, your something blue is a must. But what to pick for this sweet bridal tradition? Here are some unique ideas. (more…)