Google+ Real Texas Wedding: Kristin + Kincaid, Part I - Southern Weddings

Southern Weddings

This weekend’s Daylight Savings change sure did a number on me, but the extra hour of sunshine (yippee!) was more than worth it. What better way to ring in the longer days of spring than with a behind-the-scenes peek at Kristin + Kincaid’s Texas wedding, courtesy of Anne Marie Photography. K + K celebrated their May nuptials with a veritable ranch-sized celebration (275 guests, y’all!) at the famous Gage Hotel that was tailor-made for this photographer bride and her ranch manager sweetheart. The Western-themed bash was offset by a bright color palette of yellows (the bridesmaids’ ruffled Bella Bridesmaid frocks were a V3 fan favorite) and green (the florals from Statue of Destin had a Wild West flair). The bride’s favorite detail? “I could not live without my dress,” Kristin gushed of her flowered Amsale gown.

Written with love by Katharine
  1. avatar Lori reply

    Beautiful! I love the bride and bridesmaids dresses.

  2. avatar kelly reply

    i am beyond obsessed with her wedding dress + the bridesmaids’ dresses!!!!! ahhhhh!!! and those cowboy boots. ohmygoodness!

  3. avatar Lauren H. reply

    Love the bridesmaids’ dress. So bright and fun!

  4. avatar Weekly Round-Up « Southern Weddings Magazine reply

    […] view Kristin + Kincaid’s sunny Texas wedding here and here. I am in love with the bride’s Amsale dress and […]

  5. avatar Anne Markey- Charlotte Wedding Planner reply

    Sooooo sweet. Lovin’ the cowboy boots!

  6. avatar Southern Bride of the Month :: Madelynne « Southern Weddings Magazine reply

    […] bridesmaid dresses that partially inspired M + C’s (photo by Anne Marie Photography via Southern Weddings) What do you wish you would have known at the beginning of your engagement? How stressful guest […]

  7. avatar Kim reply

    I love your flower girl dress! Do you mind telling me where your purchased it?

Southern Weddings reserves the right to delete comments which contain profanity or personal attacks or seek to promote a business unrelated to the post.  And remember: a good attitude is like kudzu – it spreads.  We love hearing your kind thoughts!

Reply to: