Weddings at the Hummingbird House – Fall

by Eric Hegwer on 4 January, 2012

She knew exactly what she wanted.  We didn’t even really have an interview, really.  Well we sort of did.  I honestly think she was going to have a friend take photos for her.  You see, I had a booth at one of the Hummingbird House’s open house showcase.  And she came with her family to check out the place only a few weeks before the wedding to make some final arrangements.  I had my albums open on my table, and, well the rest is history.

All the decorations were done by her, and her friends – the succulent table flowers, the cute cards at the sign in table for guests to leave their wishes, and this uber cool yellow couch.  Every wedding should have a couch.

Plus, her wedding was at the beginning of October – the gardens were beautiful, and green, and since the Hummingbird house has a huge built-in tent nobody was worried about a rain plan – even though the skies were clear Texas blue.

So many great moments happened throughout the day – but the peak was during the ceremony, when the vows recited by the couple made everybody cry.

 

Landscaping at the Hummingbird House

Couches at weddings

Sign in table

Cards with wishes

How to dress for a wedding

Strapless gown

Having fun getting ready

A handmade lace handkerchief

Big curls

One last look

unique wedding shoes

Walking down the aisle

Weddings at the Hummingbird House

Groom at the altar

hugs

Wedding ceremony at the Hummingbird House

Proud parents

Weddings at the Hummingbird House

Crying at a wedding

Tears at a wedding

wedding ceremony blessing

Just married

Another happy couple

Succulent wedding bouquet

Formal Wedding Portrait

Sassy bridal portrait

succulent bouquet with orange

First dance

Wooden centerpieces

Weddings at the Hummingbird House

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Unique Weddings January 5, 2012 at 2:24 am

I love those pics, it was a great wedding. Beautiful bride with her stunning gown, Congratulations and best wishes to the newly weds.

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