Natalie + Andrew showcased their love in style and sophistication at their romantic Texas wedding. With a bridal party of 22 strong (that's right!) their black tie event was filled with chic details and love from their family and friends.
With a soft color palette of blue and white, this wedding is a must-see and we have even more beautiful images to share with you from Joshua Aull Photography in the full gallery here.
Choose whats important
From the bride: One of the best pieces of advice I received post-engagement was to sit down with Drew and my parents and have each person identify the 3 most important elements of the wedding, and choose to let all other little details remain little details.
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everything is bigger
The charming chapel I would point to as a little girl became the setting of our intimate ceremony. The saying,“You can take the girl out of Texas, but you can’t take Texas out of the girl” rang true, and we did have quite possibly the largest wedding party and most beautiful décor that church has ever seen.
Enjoy your entertainment
Drew and I had both attended many a wedding with an unbelievable band only to realize the bride and groom were hardly able to enjoy them. “If you want to talk, meet us on the dance floor!” became our mantra and we stuck to it. It was a celebration of the happiest day of our lives and the best way to kick off a party that will last for years and years to come.