No one, it seems, is ever neutral about Texas. Pro or con, the Lone Star State inevitably evokes passion, all over the country. Perhaps, maybe even the world. John Steinbeck hinted at the roots when he described Texas as a “state of mind” and “mystique closely approximating a religion.” Take this couple, Leigh and Evan. Clearly, they only have eyes for one another, a love story as big as the sky. Of course, their celebration turned into the ultimate classic Texas wedding every bride dreams of at the Fort Worth Club. Leigh and Evan’s classic traditional church wedding with the prettiest of pink receptions is more than dreamy. It’s timeless sophistication. Tracy Autem & Lightly Photography gives us all the details of the day. From the Jenny Yoo bridesmaids in their soft petal pink dresses and Melanie Tatum Events’ attention to detail to Branching Out’s fresh white blooms and greenery vine installations. More than just the décor of the day, you can see just how Jessie’s Girls revved up the night with their endless high power energy.
Ultimate Classic Texas Wedding Every Bride Dreams Of
Leigh and Evan are seemingly the perfect match. Soul mates with an affinity toward the University of Texas – hook ‘em Horns as they say. Again, the hook ‘em sign is all about Texas. A powerful sign that means living up to that motto. Being a Longhorn means representing Texas wherever you go. Or in this case, in whatever you do. The day begins with glamorous getting ready moments with a squad that included ELEVEN of Leigh’s besties. Talk about squad goals. This was anything but a small affair. Formal yes. Traditional vows were exchanged at their church in a refined ceremony where family and loved ones filled the pews. The reception moved to guests to the The Fort Worth Club. An exclusive club with 125 years of deeply woven history that helped define and influence Fort Worth’s distinctive character. The details that transform and adorn the space are nothing but timeless. Giving a lovely nod to tradition and effortless elegance. This is a soiree that will be as stunning today as it will be fifty years from now, and that’s quite the accomplishment.