Austin left the band stages and stereos for his dad’s business while Emily works as a sales executive. They met when Emily gave a sales pitch to Austin – I wonder how cute was their first met up? Their careers progressed and after many sales calls and failed pitches – the two became friends. As time goes by, they felt fine and have agreed to walk their dogs together. They became inseparable and started to fell in love with each other. Fast forward to today, we’re saying “Hello” to Pastels in a Southern Spring Wedding!
Extra Special Details
The pearl necklace and earrings. The deceased step mother of the bride owned the jewelry she wore during the ceremony.
The menu. It was based on their heritage – Southern Comfort for Austin and Middle Eastern for Emily.
The chalkboard artwork. All of the chalkboard artwork present in the reception was drawn by the groom’s brother.
The questionnaire. The ceremony was based on it that the sweet couple filled out separately They were in complete surprise as to what was going to be said!
From the Bride
“One of this biggest things we kept in mind while planning was what would we want if we were attending a wedding. Keep in mind when planning the budget to remember to calculate the taxes and gratuity. Getting a wedding planner was the best thing Emily could have done, especially the day of coordination.”
Wedding Budget: $20,000 – $45,000
Photographer: Red Fly Studio//DJ: Amplify Entertainment//Dress Store: bridals by lori//Floral Designer: Designs by Darin//Caterer:Klassic Katering//Makeup Artist:Randi Buchanan //Cake Designer: Sandy’s Sweets//Officiant: Saramonies with Heart//Hair Stylist:So Pure Salon//Event Venue: Southwood House//Event Planner: Sweet Tea//