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In light of the past two years, I’m sure we weren’t the only ones who waited on the edges of our seats to see what magic would come out of Texas for V7! Ryan Ray, Stefanie Miles, and Bows and Arrows teamed up once again to create this beautiful shoot for us, centered around the concept of meaningful moments and true Southern hospitality—two things that may be more cherished at a wedding than anywhere else. We were so overjoyed to have a real couple pose as our bride and groom, as well as the bride’s lovely mama! Given the family-centered nature of this shoot, there was no better way for authentic, sweet moments to happen—and Ryan captured every one beautifully!

The fashion in this shoot couldn’t be more stunning–I love how the lace in the bride’s dress plays off of the lattice in the garden.

As always, Alicia blew us away with her gorgeous florals. This arch is the perfect example of how her work interacts with the environment without distracting from it.

Photographs can be such precious heirlooms. We love the idea of gifting special people, like your parents, with a gorgeous, high quality album of some of your favorite pictures together–don’t forget to leave room for some wedding photos at the end!

There was audible shrieking in the office when we first saw the images of this table–stunning!!

This is one of my favorite details in the issue. I can only imagine how much guests would appreciate the time you put into making such thoughtful introductions!

Oh, how we love a chic getaway dress! This one from BHLDN would make a gorgeous rehearsal dinner option too.

Don’t miss the beautiful film that brings this inspiration to life, courtesy of Candlelight Films!

Photographer: Ryan Ray / Film Processing: Indie Film Lab / Designer and Planner: Stefanie Miles Events / Florals: Bows and Arrows / Videographer: Candlelight Films / Venue: White Oaks Ranch / Cake Baker: Sugar Bee Sweets / Paper Goods and Calligraphy: Written Word Calligraphy / Bride’s Gown and Veil: Warren Barrón / Bridesmaid Dresses: Lela Rose from Nordstrom / Menswear: The Black Tux / Bride’s Getaway Dress: BHLDN / Hair and Makeup: Amy Clarke / Tabletop Rentals: Posh Couture / Furniture Rentals: Bella Acento / Ring Box: ClydeHome

Stefanie Miles and Written Word Calligraphy are delightful members of our Blue Ribbon Vendor Directory!

lisa Written with love by Lisa
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    Really beautiful post you laid out. Thank you for sharing out work! We are honored to see our work in your newest issue!

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I felt like cheering at my desk while reading Stephanie and Ray’s interview! From the way they carefully wrote their vows to the reason they chose their romantic garden venue, it’s so clear that they approached their wedding with so much thoughtfulness and attentiveness to what truly matters. Our talented Blue Ribbon Vendor, Stefanie Miles, helped them pull together so many beautiful details that reflected their personal styles and love story, but most importantly, her presence let them stay focused on what they really cared about: their marriage and loved ones. I’m sure I’m not the only one wishing I could’ve been a guest at this lovely celebration!

We’re so grateful to Sara & Rocky for sharing Stephanie and Ray’s wedding with us!

Our floral design was one of my favorite surprises on our wedding day. We gave our florist, Maxine of The Southern Table, a lot of creative freedom with the floral arrangements–her only directions were that we wanted a soft, elegant, vintage-inspired feel and pops of crimson, blush, and antique gold to coordinate with our color scheme. She created beautiful bouquets that included astilbe, dahlia, amaranthus, brunia, dusty miller, and hydrangea flowers. We absolutely loved them!

Did you decide to do a “first look”? Why or why not? Ray and I decided to do a first look because we wanted to have a few moments to ourselves before the day began. Another factor that helped us decide to have a first a look was the fact that we wanted our wedding party (who had been with us all day) to be able to go immediately to the reception following the ceremony and be with their significant others.

Ray and I decided to write our own vows, because we wanted to spend time considering the promises that we were making to one another on our wedding day. Vows contain such lofty promises, so it was important to us that we acknowledged to one another and the witnesses to our covenant that we would not be able to perfectly fulfill these promises by our own strength. We would need the grace of God and the support of others to make it on this journey. We added a phrase encompassing that, but also kept some wording from traditional wedding vows that I had always cherished.

What made you choose your ceremony and reception venues? Did they have any special significance to you? Ray and I spend a lot of time gardening, so I think we initially appreciated the beautiful greenery of Weston Gardens because we understood the work and toil that goes into a garden. Upon our site visit, we fell in love with the beautiful stones that gave the garden an old-world, European feel. I also loved the idea of our guests being spread out in little nooks and corners throughout the gardens. The white lights strewn through the trees gave the venue a warmth that we were hoping for at our evening wedding.

What advice do you have for folks currently planning a wedding? Hire a wedding planner. I wasn’t originally planning to hire one, but I can’t imagine having gone through that season without ours. Leading up to our wedding, Stefanie provided a lot of creative direction and helped us create a cohesive event. Her input was so valuable to us. It also helped take a lot of pressure off of my fiancé and I, because we had someone else with experience that helped us walk through vendor contracts, event design, reception layout, guest list, and all of the big (and small) decisions that you will need to make at some point. I remember feeling so relaxed on our wedding day because I knew that Stefanie was making sure all of our details were being carried out.

Instead of a traditional wedding cake, our friend Amy made 14 single-tiered wedding cakes that were each topped with an individual letter that spelled out the phrase “This Day Forward,” which we took from our wedding vows. Our cakes were all decorated with buttercream icing, but there were a variety of flavors including chocolate, red velvet, and almond. We used vintage cake stands in silver, white, and lucite. Our florist added the finishing touch with some beautiful greenery on the table. We loved this non-traditional approach to wedding cake, and our guests loved it too.

How did y’all meet? Tell us your love story. Ray and I met about seven years ago. Ray saw a picture of me at my friend’s house, and then had her to invite me to a baseball game so he could meet me. We were in a big group, and according to Ray, I didn’t talk very much at the game, so he didn’t think I was interested in him. We remained acquaintances, and five years later, I moved to Dallas and temporarily lived with our mutual friend, Mary Kathryn, and her husband, Tim. Tim and Mary Kathryn happened to need some new flooring, so they called Ray, since he works at a flooring store. Ray came out to measure their home, and noticed that someone was living in their guest room. He asked who it was, and when she told him that it was me, he decided to ask me to dinner. We went on our first date on November 9, 2011, and we ended up talking at the restaurant until it closed. We dated for a year and a half before Ray proposed in April 2013.
Tell us all about the proposal! In order to catch me off guard, Ray decided that he needed to convince me that I was planning the day. He asked Mary Kathryn to invite me to her house for lunch on Sunday, and she nonchalantly told me that I could invite Ray too. Ray had planned to propose to me at the park near their house, where we frequently visited to sit on our favorite bench, but before he could figure out a way to convince me to go, I announced, “It’s beautiful out today. We should go to the park.” I played right into his plans, and Ray couldn’t have been more thrilled. After eating lunch, we grabbed a blanket and some tiramisu and went to the park with our friends. Mary Kathryn happens to be a photographer, and she brought along her camera to “take pictures of [their] daughter.” After awhile, Ray asked me if I would like to go sit on “our bench.” I noticed he had gotten really quiet and Mary Kathryn kept looking over at us. I then asked Ray if “something was going on” and even patted him on the leg to see if I could feel a ring in the pocket of his jeans! Ray realized that time was running out before I figured out what was going on, so he got up from our bench, got down on one knee, pulled out the ring, and asked me if I would marry him. I said yes! Ray told me later that he proposed at the park and on our bench because he wanted to have a physical place that we could go back to and visit after we got married. It’s been really sweet to go back and sit on “our bench” and I hope we will continue to be able to sit there together through the various seasons that we will go through as husband and wife.
When did y’all get married? October 20, 2013
How many friends, family members, and loved ones attended your wedding? 200
Tell us about finding your wedding dress. I found my wedding dress at a small boutique in Dallas on my first visit, although I returned a few times “just to make sure.” I had hoped to find a lace gown without much beading, and found a beautiful Mori Lee design that fit that description. My mom and two sisters came to see the dress and affirmed the decision. We added a veil with lace trim and a satin belt with a small touch of beading to complete the look.
Tell us about some of the songs you used throughout your wedding and why you chose them. We chose the song, “The One You’ll Find” by the musicians Shane & Shane for the processional because it has a beautiful crescendo that we timed to reach the peak when I walked down the aisle with my dad. We chose the song “Always Been About You” by Fellowship Creative for our recessional because it is folky and up-beat. Our first dance was to “You and Me” by the Dave Matthews Band.
Our favorite detail of the wedding was: Our wedding party’s attire! I thought everyone looked great, and it was fun to see how the look we had been striving for came together. We gave the girls a color scheme, but allowed them to pick out their own dresses. The guys’ attire was purchased from Banana Republic. They were able to keep their clothing after the wedding, and several of the girls were able to borrow dresses as well, which was wonderful.
What Southern details or traditions did you include in your celebration? What was Southern about your wedding? When I think about Southern traditions, I think about the saying “a family affair.” One of my favorite things about our wedding was that our family was very involved. My sister and aunt are both cosmetologists, so my aunt did my hair the morning of our wedding and my sister worked on my makeup. I loved involving them in the process and being surrounded by people that I love. It’s something I’ll never forget.
If you are comfortable responding, what range did your wedding budget fall into? $25,000-$50,000
What is the one detail or vendor that you were so happy to have as a part of your wedding? One of my favorite details from our wedding was serving communion to our wedding party. Ray and I wanted to begin our new life as a married couple by serving those around us. After praying and taking communion ourselves, we turned and served those in our wedding party. It was a beautiful moment, and I cherished getting to share that with those who were dearest to us.
What’s next for you as a couple? What are you most looking forward to about married life? Right now, we are enjoying life at a slower pace. Ray is thinking about possibly changing careers, and I am just trying not to burn our dinner every night. We are hoping to buy and fix up a house at some point to make it our own. We’ve found one nearby that we would love to purchase and hopefully raise a family in someday. I have loved living life every day with my best friend. Our wedding day was an incredible day and one I’ll never forget, but I’m looking forward to life with my husband and all of the memories and stories that are yet to come.

Photographer: Sara and Rocky Garza / Planner: Stefanie Miles / Venue: Weston Gardens / Florist: The Southern Table /  Cake Baker: Amy Kolkman / Caterer: City Kitchen / Rentals: Kennique Linens / Bride’s Gown: “1901” by Mori Lee / Men’s Attire: Banana Republic

Stefanie Miles is a delightful member of our Blue Ribbon Vendor Directory!

lisa Written with love by Lisa
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  1. avatar Dana reply

    oh the flowers! swoon.

  2. avatar Sara Garza reply

    Thanks SO Much for the feature!!! You guys always make us look so good!!

  3. avatar Meagan reply

    Love the guest book! Any idea of the source? Would love to do a custom one like that for my wedding :)

  4. avatar Maxine Owens reply

    Thank you so very much for featuring, Southern Weddings!!! And to such a great team of vendors!!

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    Gorgeous wedding! Loved the details specially the reception area decor. The table details in white and magenta looks so pretty.

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Oh my stars, we are so excited to share more of our beautiful V6 Texas shoot! After V5’s beloved Yellow Rose shoot, we were thrilled to bring this stellar team of Texas vendors together again to celebrate another classic Texan folk song–this time, the beloved “Deep in the Heart of Texas.” Stefanie Miles planned and styled the most beautiful setup in the middle of a North Texas wheat field, and every detail was captured to perfection by Ryan Ray. Unsurprisingly, the results were truly breathtaking!

Bows + Arrows created the most exquisite bouquets, using all different white blooms and the prettiest ribbon from FrouFrou Chic. We love how the flowers pop against our night sky-inspired color palette!

One of our top must-haves for this shoot was a cowboy groom. Blair certainly fit the bill in his handsome hat, and I’m sure y’all will agree, that lasso is the perfect finishing touch.

Oh, this dress! I can hardly wait to print the picture below for my bulletin board. There were audible cheers from the office when Marissa told us we had secured this sparkly Monique Lhuillier for our shoot!

One of our absolute favorite comments from SW readers so far has been that our V6 cover couple looks so in love. Well, friends, that’s because they are! We’re truly delighted to have a real married couple on our cover: our sweet friend (and BRV member!) Christina of Christina Leigh Events and her husband. Their love truly shines off the page and we think they represent our mission so beautifully.

We’re overjoyed with how the details of this shoot came together. From a gauzy backdrop with handpainted calligraphy to flower girl tutus made of 250+ yards of tulle, everything looks so stunning against the open landscape that is so typical of Texas.

Could this tablescape get any prettier? LOOT Vintage Rentals brought some of their incredible inventory all the way from Austin to be part of the shoot. We’re also smitten with the star garland!

We’ve featured some lovely pies in SW history, but these just may be some of the prettiest. Layered Bake Shop hit it out of the park with luscious blueberry and pecan pies, complete with dreamy star details. The sparkly “Just Married” shooting star cutout is a show stopper!

We are so smitten with the V6 cover and couldn’t be happier with how this shoot turned out! Be sure to check out our print edition for lots more! We’d love to know, what’s your favorite detail of this shoot?

Stefanie Miles is a delightful member of our Blue Ribbon Vendor Directory!

lisa Written with love by Lisa
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  1. avatar Nicole reply

    I am absolutely head over heels in love with this gown. It is incredible.

  2. avatar Ryan Ray reply

    So thankful for y’all! Absolutely LOVED being a part of this shoot! :)

  3. avatar Emily reply

    Oh my goodness, I love it all!!!! The color scheme, the beautiful signs, THAT DRESS, the cowboy hat. Such goodness in every picture.

  4. avatar Christina L. Frederick reply

    Happy tears. A lot of happy, happy tears. I am in love with this man so much and I can’t thank you ALL for letting us be such a special part of #SWV6! Ryan and Stefanie and truly talented at what they do and we were so blessed to be part of something so much bigger than ourselves, and so full of love! Deep, true, southern love! Congratulations on a fabulous issue. Every page is perfect! We can’t wait to celebrate with you this week!
    Big, big hugs! Christina

  5. avatar Kat reply

    One of my favorite shoots in SW history!!! Love it, y’all!!!

  6. avatar Mary reply

    LOVE IT ALL! I’m partial to Texas, but I love the Deep in the Heart of Texas painting! And that dress…drool. Can I be a bride again?

  7. avatar Stefanie Miles reply

    So very thankful, love you ladies and the story your magazine tells about love and marriage! Truly, such a joy to be a part, and alongside so many others I admire in this industry!

  8. avatar alicia rico reply

    what an honor to be a part of this shoot…..
    and an even bigger honor to be a part of the cover….
    and the greatest honor of all is to work with kind, amazing, talented friends like stef and ryan!
    LOVE Y’ALL!!!!!

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  11. avatar Shannon Star reply

    So stunning! Everything about this feature is so captivating and dreamy. And that dress!! Stephanie and Ryan you are truly magical. Thank you so much for including me in something so amazing!

  12. avatar Dana reply

    i think this dress just made me cry

  13. avatar michelle reply

    this is my favorite wedding shoot EVER. it is completely perfect. even my boyfriend likes it! the brides dress is incredible. and i am dying over that stripe dress. any chance you can share a link? it needs to be in my closet asap.

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    I love the custom calligraphy banners in this post! Do you know where they’re from or what company they used to create them? Thanks!

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    My daughter is getting married deep in the Heart of the Hill Country. Where can I purchase the banner “The Stars at Night”

    • avatar Lisa reply

      Hi Daria! The banner was custom made for this shoot by Sending Heartstrings. http://sendingheartstrings.com/

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