The Watson / Chavez Wedding
The wedding took place on a country estate in west Austin. It was a friend of Edith's (the bride) .
The theme was a romantic Spanish setting. Simple white linens with crimson roses and white baby Calla Lillie's for the center pieces and in the bouquets. It was a comfortable outdoor wedding. Using the basic Twinkle lights and Italian lights on the cedar wood vine covered Pathway which was the entrance way for the couple.
the couple chose to have a mariachi for the dinner part of the evening . They walked out behind the couple playing softly as they were introduced. They played in the center of the horseshoe shaped tables as the guests ate. They did a real good job, they were on time, and followed the couples expectations to a "T" . call Ever After Events for info on the band.
The Photographer was Judy Horton
( visit her website at http://www.thatperfectmoment.com/) she did a great job with the pictures and finding time to pull the couple away from all the fun to do their bridals. This was taken on the porch of the location in Austin.
the cake was Beautiful a simple 3 tier butter cream cake. The design used on the cake was inspired by the brides dress and the beading on the bodice. See Ever After Events for more info on how to get in touch with this vendor.
This was the 1st professional wedding of TPM events and it seemed to go over pretty well. As a first wedding it was a little stressful but it was great to see the final picture come together as expected. We hope all our weddings come out as well as this one did. I must give extra thanks to the bride and grooms family for all there help. The bride was on a budget so they definetly were a big impact in helping the couple save money by not having to hire people to set up and take down and serve. We also want to thank Edith and Mathew for giving us our 1st wedding and for the faith they had in us.