the wedding of

Tiffany and Reed

May 18th
Venue: The Milestone Boerne
Lead Photographer: Shelly Beck
Photographer: Molly Weir
MUAH: Lily Flower
Caterer: The Milestone Boerne
Florist: Couture Dezigns
Cake: Exclusive Cake Shop
Gown Boutique: Bliss Formals
Gown Designer: Kenneth Winston

Recessional - Surprise Yourself by Jack Garrett; First Dance - From the Ground Up by Dan & Shay
Father and Daughter Dance - It Won't Be Like This For Long by Darius Rucker; Last Dance - My Side of the Fence by Dan & Shay

Published -

Suit Designer: Calvin Klein
Suit Shop: Men's Wearhouse
DJ: Hill Country Entertainment
Minister: Renee Briggs
Jewelry: Zales
Invitations: Shutterfly
Colors: Lavender, Navy Blue


Cause this girl is on FIRE! No, really!!! This wedding was hot, hot, hot!

Thank goodness the groom was a fireman because the bride was smokin’! Tiffany and Reed met on the dating app Bumble…both having swiped left to see each other’s picture. Reed was dressed as a Dragon Ball Z character and Tiffany thought he would make a good match for her best friend. But after talking and texting a few times, Tiffany and Reed both knew their friendship had ignited into something larger. 

Their wedding day was elegant with touches of romance and flames. Their color choice of lavender evoked the emotion of extravagance, while the deep navy blue created feelings of deepness and comfort. Firefighter décor elements were included to pay tribute to Reed’s profession, bringing the entire vibe of the wedding to HAWT! 

Tiffany and Reed planned their wedding themselves, helping to reduce the stress of multiple opinions and making their wedding day absolutely perfect. The only hiccup on the day of the wedding occurred when Tiffany walked out to view the final reception setup and notice the floral arrangements were bright pink and yellow. Hmmm. That doesn't seemed to be correct. Another florist had accidentally setup at the wrong venue! No worries. Tiffany's real florist arrived and all was well.

“We laughed constantly during the day! Reed definitely ignited a fire in my heart.” 

Cue the Fire Alarm!