With all this “non-Texas” weather we’ve had this month, I was really nervous about Jessa & Clark’s February 6 wedding. I actually said a prayer every day for good weather! You see, when they booked me to photograph their wedding, they had hoped for February 20 – but that is my Abby’s birthday, so in order to have *me* photograph their wedding, they rearranged their date! So, boy, I felt a LOT of pressure – if the weather was bad and they chose that date because of me, well, let’s just say that my prayers were answered. It was a GORGEOUS day!
The event was held at Vista West Ranch in Dripping Springs. It was my first time there and it was soooo neat! Very rustic, lots of really cool touches. Jessa and Clark added so many fun things to their special day that tied in with the rustic theme. Clark hand-painted the wooden signs, they had s’mores to enjoy by the campfire when it got cold, even yummy flavored popcorn while the guests mingled after the ceremony!
I was really touched by one detail on Jessa’s dress. Her mom had woven a ribbon containing a special bible verse into the hem of her dress. It was embroidered in blue, for her “something blue.” It was such a sweet touch!