I was over the moon to get our wedding photos back last week and am so excited to share a few of my favorites with you! We opted for an elopement-style ceremony at McKinney Falls, a state park just outside of Austin, Texas. I wore a 1970's vintage gown from Thea's Vintage along with my great-grandmother's wedding bracelet from the turn-of-the-century, my granny's cameo necklace from her 16th birthday and a pair of pearl earrings my Gigi gave me for my sweet sixteen. The evening unfolded exactly as we had hoped and was even more perfect than we had imaged.
It was hard to narrow the photos down, but I managed to do so a little! Before you take a look, I'll leave you with a limerick my best friend wrote for the occasion...
There was a girl named Leslie Torbett, in vintage fashion did she orbit.
She was very glamorous, and all the boys were amorous
But she found them rather sordid.
Until along came a lad named Robbie, and skating was his hobby.
He took her on a date, it had to be fate
Because their love was hot like wasabi.
Their devotion to each other was true, July 27th they declared I do.
The adventure begins of a princess and her prince
And without further ado, here's to you.
---Poet & Best Friend Extraordinaire, Nancy M. Kerschen