the wedding of

Samantha and Mason

Processional - Bloom by The Paper Kites
Bride's Processional - Can't Help Fallin' In Love by Kinda Grannis
Recessional - Ain't No Mountain High Enough by Marvin Gaye
First Dance - Love Story by Lanco; Last Dance - Crazy Girl by Eli Young Band
Father & Daughter Dance - Sweet Child O' Mine by Guns & Roses

January 19th
Venue: Kendall Point
Lead Photographer: Shelly Beck
Photographer: Joshua Michael
Wedding Planner: Joyous 442
Caterer: Jimmy Lyn's
Drinks: Bartenders4You
Florist: Evember
Cake: Jimmy Lyn's
DJ: 5150 Productions

Invitations: Girl General
Jewelry: Kenda Scott
Officiate: Michael Koehler
Videographer: Nicolette Boaz
MUAH: Chairish the Day
Gown Store: I Do the Dress I Do
Alterations: Bridal Perfect Fit
Colors: Navy, Maroon, and Gold


From the outside looking in, you can’t understand it. From the inside looking out, you can’t explain it. This popular saying is used to describe life in College Station, and the relationship of Samantha and Mason. Their love is infectious and endearing, and they covet all things maroon and white.

In true Aggie tradition, this redass couple wanted a traditional, classy, and elegant wedding – with lots of being energy focusing on having fun. The vision for their wedding was created around the gold sequin bridesmaids dresses that complemented Samantha’s fully sequined bridal gown. The couple added Aggie Maroon to the color palette with finishing highlights of navy blue.

Laughter and happy tears were plentiful in the “hullabaloo” of the wedding day! Glow sticks were a game changer taking dancing to the next level. Scratch off lottery tickets were a hit for the guest’s favors and a few Aggies walked away from the evening a little richer. Samantha cried happy tears when her grandmother put a penny in her show for good luck in honor of Sam’s late grandfather. He had done the same for Samantha’s mother when she good married – continuing the family tradition.

Being the loudest and proudest fightin’ Texas Aggies, Samantha and Mason made their reception entrance amidst a sea of white, waving 12th Man Towels. “it was like we were entering Kyle Field – such excitement to see the Aggie Spirit at our wedding!” Whoop!

Samantha and Mason may have said goodbye to Aggieland, but their life journey together will continue to show the world how proud they are to be Aggies – and married to their soul mates. From Samantha and Mason, thanks and Gig ‘Em!

There's a Spirit Can Ne'er Be Told