A lot of my inspiration comes from the people I work with, and the art I'm surrounded by. With Grace and Tyler's wedding, I found myself inspired most by the beautiful architecture at Lost Mission, their hill country wedding venue, Grace and Tyler's personalities, and the gorgeous floral arrangements. If you've never had the fortune of going to an event at Lost Mission, you're missing out. It's a stunning venue to get married at, only a short drive out of San Antonio, and absolutely amazing to photograph.
When I arrived, Tyler was in one room getting ready with his groomsmen, and Grace was in the bridal suite having the finishing touches applied to her hair and makeup. Very shortly thereafter, guests started arriving and before you know it Grace was walking up the aisle with her father. The ceremony was short, very touching, and not without a humor as the officiant kept the mood light-hearted.
After being pronounced husband and wife and ringing the bell, it was wedding reception time! Seriously check out how beautifully the entire reception hall was decorated. I was in heaven. Between dinner, toasts, dances, and cake the night flew by. Grace and Tyler had plenty of time to spend mingling with their guests and made the most of every moment of their wedding day. See the bottom of the post for a list of the talented vendors involved!
Grace and Tyler's wedding was held at Lost Mission, a short drive out of San Antonio, Texas, and dinner was catered by Mike's in the Village. The stunning flowers I couldn't stop taking photos of were all designed and arranged by Brandi Hines. Grace found her gorgeous dress and bridesmaids dresses at Bridal Connection, a San Antonio boutique, who also had her veil custom made for her. Ray of San Antonio's Best DJ did a great job MCing and providing entertainment for the entire evening. These vendors all came together to pull off a truly incredible wedding.