This lovely Dripping Springs wedding is as beautiful as it is sweet! Held at the gorgeous Heritage Haus, this family-oriented wedding is filled to the brim with beautiful elements. The bride is a vision in her two-piece Watters wedding gown. And the groom isn't too shabby either in his tailored blue suit! The gorgeous multi-color florals give the wedding a light and airy vibe. And the wedding cakes look so delicious you want to taste them through the screen. Dustin Finkelstein was there to document every sweet detail. Check out the gallery for even more gorgeous images.
From Eclipse Event Co...Miranda and Vance really wanted a sweet and romantic wedding, with personal touches. The couple decided on the beautiful Heritage Haus to get married, as they wanted a more formal religious ceremony and they fell in love with the on-site chapel that the venue has. They had their officiant read from an heirloom bible that has been passed down for several generations. The bride wore a beautiful two-piece Watters gown, and had her long hair styled by Velvet Beauty. They featured several "generations of love" on a family heirloom table, and showcased some sweet details about their courtship with a photo collage and date sign showcasing different important dates. Custom laser cut table numbers and "Mr." and "Mrs." chair signs were provided by Scripted Ever After, with stationery by Wedding Paper Divas. Bella By Sara designed the beautiful blush and peach florals, which really accented the bridal cake by Layered Expressions. The groom's cake was provided by Michelle's Patisserie, and was a large UT tower, where the couple first met! The bride and her mother handmade crocheted favors for guests to take home. The day of the wedding was one of the worst thunderstorms we have had in recent history, but the couple lucked out and got some awesome "angry sky" photos, and the rain paused JUST in time for a sparkler send off at the end of the night!