Old Souls and Setting Sun

Short, sweet, and personalized, this combined Christian and Jewish wedding was just as special as you thought it would be. Exchanging vows under the DIY Chuppah, around the beautiful gardens of McNay, and surrounded by the glow of the setting sun, Jennifer and Jeremy’s old souls were taken aback by the beauty this day unfolded to be. Major compliments to the planner and photographer, the couple enjoyed so much on this day!

The Wedding Details

The Heirloom Wedding Gown

What could be more special than wearing your mother’s wedding gown on your own wedding day? Well, for Jennifer, she had all the chance to rekindle the memories her mother had with the wedding gown but this time, it’s her moment to walk down the aisle.


White Hydrangeas

The bride’s favorite flowers, the white hydrangeas were perfectly sound in all angles of the place. From the centerpieces to the bouquets of the women in the entourage, it all appeared heavenly.


The Bride’s Advices

“It’s a great idea to come to family members with 1 to 2 options that you would be okay with either way. That way, your family gets a say in the design of the day and you are still going to be super happy with the end result.”

“Pick a budget and stick to it – I kept track of everything using a really detailed spreadsheet and shared that with my mom and fiance, so they knew what what happening at all times.”


The Wedding Budget

$20,000 – $45,000


Photographer:  Helo Photography
Musicians: Avanti

Cake Designer: Betty Janes
Band: Blow My Cover
Hair Stylist: Blown Beautiful
Makeup Artist: Blown Beautiful

Caterer: Heavenly Gourmet, LLC
Cinema and Video: Helo Photography
Bridesmaid Dresses: J.Crew

Photo Booth Equipment: Look Entertainment
Reception Venue: McNay Art Museum
Invitation Designer: Minted.com

Transportation: Shark Limo
Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Suit Supply
Design and Decor: Wolf Weddings
Floral Designer: Wolf Weddings
Event Designer: Wolf Weddings & Events

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