Check out the incredible images that Photohouse Films captured on Amanda+Dave’s big day! Will is great behind the video camera and such a pleasure to work with too!

Two weeks after Dave proposed to Amanda, she had the majority of her wedding must-have’s picked out. Pink, Texas, lemonade, great food & delicious cakes were non-negotiables. We have a bunch of teacher clients and they are some of our favorites (they’re sweet, creative, and turn in their homework on time – hehe)!

We had the privilege to provide music at both the ceremony in the chapel and the reception in the hall. Camp Lucy is one of my absolute favorite venues, I mean just check out that chapel ceiling! It’s absolutely stunning.

Amanda+Dave chose untraditional music for their ceremony, so she walked down the aisle to a specially edited version (by Ross) of Marry Me by Train and their Recessional was Taylor Swift’s Today was a Fairytale. The Unity Candle Ceremony was to Glee’s version of One hand, one heart. Afterwards guests enjoyed fresh lemonade & nachos under Camp Lucy’s gorgeous pavilion.

Amanda tackled DIY projects that really added to the wedding day style instead of taking on creative obstacles that would be too stressful. The chalkboards she placed throughout the evening were a nice touch to show her personality as a teacher, but also made a wonderful backdrop for the sweetest sweetheart table ever!

Amanda painted the large letters to match her color scheme and her gorgeous bouquet fit perfect in between. Their mason jar glasses fit that country chic style perfectly. Another chalkboard tells their guests what the evening’s progression will be like. This is an EXCELLENT idea for all brides! Just check out Pinterest for a cute way to display to your guests the day’s events! As you can see on the bottom of the board, Amanda+Dave wanted their guests dancing the entire time.

Next, guests were welcomed with this adorable set-up.

After seeing all of the planning that goes into weddings, I think it’s best to give your bridesmaids a color scheme to stick with, instead of choosing one dress for all body shapes.

Amanda used the sweet, vintage styling of Country Sugar, who also did all of the Event Planning too. We’re sad to see Brandi, of Country Sugar, leave the industry, but are happy for her new endeavors. Best wishes to Brandi!

The wonderfully crafted floral design was by Wild Bunches and several multicolored bud vases featured an array of flowers. The state of Texas was also stamped on each name card, proudly showing their love for our great state.

Amanda+Dave had one of the most incredible displays of cakes and treats by Krissy’s Cakes.

In addition to the pink pom poms (which are surprisingly a first for me to see, but I really really like!), Amanda also hand-made pennants for everyone to wave as they made their grand exit. There were also breakfast tacos ready-to-go for guests to grab on their way out and snack on the ride home. Nice touch!