Talented and fabulous Strictly Weddings partner Jennifer Lindberg, photographed our latest Featured Wedding in Austin, Texas. Here’s a taste of the beautiful event held at the Austin Country Club. To read their story and view the entire gallery, go to Featured Weddings and enjoy!
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This gorgeous Featured Wedding was photographed by strictlyweddings.com partner Thisbe Grace. Jamie was in medical sales. Steven is an ophthalmologist. They met at a conference in San Francisco. When she moved to Austin to go back to school, they started dating after running back into each other, in New Orleans. Steven proposed at a Willie Nelson concert the day after Valentines at the Moody Theatre in Austin. He made arrangements for Willie to make a dedication for them, but Willie forgot – so, Steven got onto one knee and asked for her hand in marriage! She said yes and they danced the night away!
Favorite part of wedding: “The Ceremony. Everything was so personal (vows, music, having my dog in the ceremony). It felt like we were the only 2 people standing in the room”
Can you imagine getting married in magical Venice Italy? Choosing Venice for your nuptials is one of the most sensual ways to celebrate love. What a spectacular place to ensure an ultra romantic atmosphere combined with the vitality of love love love! Venice is a truly magical city full of art, culture, music and delicious food. The city and its Italian traditions will make your wedding day unforgettable. The intertwined canals and the old bridges of Venice are an inimitable scenery, unique in the world, a perfect setting for your wedding photos. Getting married in Venice, in Italy, is not only an extraordinary event, surely unforgettable for your family and your guests, but will represent a great opportunity for an amazing holiday. There are numerous and various places for a ceremony. Civil ceremonies are held in Palazzo Cavalli, a charming Renaissance building overlooking the Grand Canal, with a splendid view of Rialto Bridge. Inside, three elegantly furnished rooms are set aside to the bride and groom. The largest room, which can seat about 25 guests, has large French windows taking up the whole wall, opening on a terrace over the Grand Canal.
In St. Mark’s, wedding ceremonies are held in the crypt. After seven years of restoration work, it was reopened to the public in 1994. The hall of the crypt was built in the 11th century and lies below sea level. The interior, dark and very intimate, is ideal for a romantic wedding with close family and friends. Or, there is the most beautiful Orthodox church in Western Europe located in Venice, the San Giorgio dei Greci.
For your reception you may opt with a traditional Venetian wedding reception which is often held in the magnificent salons of a Palazzo. Or in the Venetian countryside there are many beautiful villas dating back to the 16th and up the 18th centuries; among them, the most famous are built by Andrea Palladio, the genius of the Venetian Renaissance architecture, which later influenced the English architectural tradition. The villas are generally located in a charming garden or sometimes in a large park.