the wedding of

Heather and Christian

November 3rd
Venue: The Milestone Boerne
Lead Photographer: Shelly Beck
Photographer: John Saenz
Caterer: Heavenly Gourmet
Cake: Lucy's Cake Shop
Florist: Wilson Floral
Gown Designer: Mori Lee
Gown Boutique: Bridal Connection



Processional - Canon in D Major by Johann Pachelbel; Recessional - Marry Me by Bruno Mars
First Dance - Never Stop by Safetysuit
Father & Daughter DanceA Song for My Daughter by Ray Allaire; Mother & Son Dance - Do I Make You Proud by Taylor Hicks
Last Dance - Diamonds & Gasoline by Turnpike Troubadours


Bride's Shoes: Gianni Bini
Jewelry: Kendra Scott
Suit: Joseph Abboud
Invitations: Minted
Hair: Kelli Schoot
Makeup: Love, Lipstick & Lashes
Music: Robert Gallardo
Colors: Purples, Gold



“We are gathered here today to get through this thing called life.” – Prince. So began the wedding day of Heather and Christian. The Milestone Boerne was a sea of purple hues because, well, purple is just awesome. Purple enhances creativity, it calms stress – the perfect color for the perfect couple for the perfect wedding day.

Christian proposed to Heather on his family’s property. While strolling together, he stopped under a persimmon tree and reminisced about their years together and expressed his hopes for their future. He knelt on one knee, pulled out an engagement ring, and proposed. “No way," said Heather, before actually saying yes. From this moment, everything about the wedding revolved around Heather’s favorite colors – shades of purple and gold.

Purple is a rarity in nature. Because of it’s combination of red and blue, purple is neither warm nor cool, and yet it is both warm and cool. With the gold accents sprinkled throughout, Heather and Christian’s purple color palette was beautifully displayed – from the table décor, to the bridesmaid’s dresses – it exuded warmth and joy, something Heather wanted reflected for her guests.

Their day was filled with laughter, tears, and joy. Christian shed a tear seeing Heather in her dress. Heather giggled at Christian for tearing up. For Heather, the best decision she made was getting ready with just her mother and doing a first-look with her father. “I was so happy we did this because I spent so few minutes with them throughout the day. And having a private, final dance. It was an intimate way to wind down our night, and soak it all in.”

 You know, everything is better in purple!

"Dearly Beloved"

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