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A Few Burlap Ideas!

 

There is no doubt that burlap is a major player in weddings these days.  There is a large crop of brides who have always loved this country staple and always will.  To help you get started thinking of how you can use burlap at your wedding we put together a list of 10 great ways you can incorporate this in to your big day.  Want even more burlap wedding ideas, check out this burlap real wedding and this burlap wedding inspiration

Link via: rusticweddingchic.com

 

 

Congratulations to Kelsey and Jeremy!

 What and amazing journey!  We were so lucky to get to be a part of Kelsey and Jeremy's special day.  They were joined in union at Gruene Estate surrounded by family and friends in our open air wedding chapel.  We wish nothing but the best for you two!photos by Michelle Jones Photography  

Denise & Aaron Featured in Borrowed and Blue

  

ABOUT THIS WEDDING   

Denise and Aaron's San Antonio wedding shot by RKZ Photography was a shabby chic, rustic dream.  As light streamed through the stained glass windows of the church, the pair exchanged their vow in front of their family and friends.  The missing walls of the chapel allowed nature to appear at the wedding in all of her glory with Gruene Estate's gorgeous grounds being showcased.  The reception was equally as lovely with the gorgeous floral arrangements from Flower Shack Blooms, homemade favors in burlap gift bags, chalkboard signs, and a homage to family members who had passed. Each special element came together perfectly to create Denise & Aaron's special day.  To see more images of their special day, go to Borrowed and Blue.

 

Congratulations Sandra and Francis!

What an incredible day for these two.  They were married at Gruene Estate last spring.  He is from Brooklyn and she is from San Antonio, so their wedding style and decor reflected that.  Thanks for letting be a part of your special day, It was captured in some amazing photos by Anthony Gauna Photogtaphy out of San Antonio.

 

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