Maeghan + Jim {36th Street Wedding by Sarah Q Photography}

Do you remember the adorable couple with the cute little pug?  If you didn’t see Maeghan and Jim’s wedding video, check it out here.   Maeghan and Jim tied the knot outdoors at the University of Texas Golf Club and fell in love with the Texas sunset.  They wanted an elegant wedding with natural elements and accents with the warm hues from the sunset.   They put their own personal touches on the wedding by including their little pug pup as the greeter and welcomed Bevo as the cocktail entertainment for their guests.  Now sit back and enjoy a few of our favorite images taken by Sarah Q Photography.

Venue University of Texas Golf Club  |  Photographer Sarah Q Photographer  |  Videographer Photohouse Films  |  Florist Merveille Events  |  Linens Marquee Rents  |  Ceremony Music Barton Strings  |  Band Drywater Band  |  Cake Michelle’s Patisserie  |  Lighitng Ilios Lighting   |  Hair & Makeup Green Alley Salon

amy walker - September 7, 2013 - 8:38 am

Beautiful Wedding! That dog photo is killing me with it’s cuteness.

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Hallie + Matt {36th Street Wedding by Bloom Photography}

Hallie and Matt are hands down, THE sweetest, most fun-loving and in love couple ever. We had such an amazing time helping with their wedding plans. And the outcome? Well, we’ll just let the beautiful photos speak for themselves.


Venue UT Golf Club  |  Ceremony Musicians Arundel Ensemble  |  Reception Musicians Eclipse  |  Cake Polkadots  |  Hair+Makeup Lucy Skyrocket  |  Photo Bloom Photography  |  Floral Posey Floral and Event Design  |  Rentals Marquee  |  Lighting ILD

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Emily + Tim {36th Street Wedding by Brian Wills and Jason Allen}

Now, is there anything more classic than a white wedding? I think not! Add the traditional architecture of The Mansion, baby’s breathe styling details and the timeless beauty of Mrs. Emily Kirchner…oh my!

Emily and Tim wanted to get married in December, before Emily went back to work the Texas Legislative Session at the State Capitol. However, it was important that their wedding have the romantic excitement of a nuptial event, not a holiday party, so we focused on classic ivory, silver grey, and soft mood lighting for the ceremony.

While working with this couple I left every planning meeting with laugh lines, excited for their big day! It makes me so happy to present to you, Emily and Tim Kirchner!

Big thanks to our incredible vendors who make each event so special:  Christy Eldin {makeup}, TFWC Mansion {venue}, Primizie Austin {catering}, Delish Austin {sweets}, and Byrne Rock {music/entertainment}


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