Must See Dog of Honor Real Wedding

This is what we are dubbing a must see dog of honor real wedding, not just because of the couple’s furry four pawed friend in his tuxedo, but it is pure rose gold and blush heaven. If you don’t believe that animals can really smile, Wynne and David’s pooch can sway you. For this classic themed wedding is packed with mega-watt love through and through as Apollo Fotografie {Fine Art Wedding Photo & Video} has the pix to prove. With the Jefferson Street Mansion as their backdrop, they were able to set the outdoor scene as their own private secret garden with an intimate feel. Peonies, Wynne’s favorite floral, all assortments of pink prettiness were a highlight while the classic white garden roses blended perfectly into a stand out ceremony arch. This Texas couple, who met at the University of Texas, went for timeless in a big way and the results speak for themselves. Enter their fabulous gallery below and we bet you will start pinning to your own inspiration wedding boards.

Must See Dog of Honor Real Wedding

Wynne and David, met at the University of Texas while both studying accounting. They were engaged in July 2017 after dating for nearly seven years at a ranch in Texas with the sun setting. Fast forward to their blushing classic nuptials where everything was meant to be timeless. Both her dress from Houston Bridal Gallery, his tuxedo and even their pup’s were classic designs. Wynne’s bridesmaids wore dresses to match the overall sophisticated theme in pink shades while the groomsmen added to their bridal party in classic tuxedos. Wynne and David wanted their officiant to be someone they knew well and who knew them as a couple too. They had her now brother-in-law officiate their wedding. Her  processional song was “Can’t Help Falling in Love with You” by VioDance and recessional song was “Here Comes the Sun” by The Beatles. After their intimate outdoor garden ceremony and some of the must see dog of honor real wedding moments captured during their portrait session, guests moved to a nearby tented area. Tables were dressed in all white with gold chargers and pink garden roses to hold the theme. They even chose two signature cocktails. Our favorite being “The Lou,” a moscow mule named after none other then their must see dog of honor.


Photographer: Apollo Fotografie {Fine Art Wedding Photo & Video} | Reception Venue: Jefferson Street Mansion | Apparel: Suit Supply | Cake Designer: Old Towne Danville Bakery | DJ: Pacific Entertainment | Dress Store: Houston Bridal Gallery | Beauty: Design her Image | Submitted via Two Bright Lights

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