SWEET BEGINNINGS: Cindy and Martin met while working at Chase Bank where he was a banker and she was a teller and full-time student. The two always had lunch and talked at work, and were great friends before deciding to embark on this wonderful journey.
PERFECT PROPOSAL: Cindy claims she ruined Martin’s proposal. Martin and Cindy had planned a cruise to the Bahamas, and little did Cindy know, Martin was planning to propose before they got on the boat in Miami. Cindy was more focused on grabbing something to eat before boarding the ship. Once on board and relaxing on the top deck of the ship with full bellies, Martin dropped to his knee and the rest is history!
HUES SHE USED: The bride’s color scheme was a soft palette of blush, pink, gold and white. She wanted to keep it simple and the natural beauty of the Inn really spoke for itself. Cindy also wanted guests to feel like they were at a relaxed backyard barbecue so she kept her color scheme low key and neutral.
SAVORY SWEETS: Cindy and Martin’s first cake tasting was with Sweet Treets Bakery. After tasting some of Sweet Treets’ amazing desserts, they were sold! The bride and groom packed their dessert table with a red velvet rustic-stucco style cake and miniature cupcakes in flavors of raspberry cheesecake, red velvet, chocolate and white chocolate raspberry. They also had a delicious assortment of cookies and cake balls galore!
VENDOR LOVE: The bride raved about Sophie of Sophie Epton Photography saying that she and her husband, Jordan, were simply amazing! Cindy was blown away by Sophie’s help and support. Sophie and Jordan snapped stunning photos and made sure to capture the day Cindy and Martin wanted.
other local vendors: Pappa’s Catering • Toast Entertainment • Texas Blooms & Gifts • The Rusty Shears • ArceliaForMakeup • The Inn at Wild Rose Hall • Top Shelf Events • Rev. Linda Mcwhorter True + Love Weddings • Benold’s Jewelers