Wedding white will never go out of fashion. Neither will the bright, unsullied look of that color against its compliments – the bride, the groom, the sky, or the venue – ever not catch our eye.
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What if I told you that "love at second sight" is a thing? What if I told you that it's only a thing if there's a fantastic spark at first sight, and then a movie-plot-level missed opportunity, wherein numbers aren't exchanged? What if I told you that you've also got to rely on the memory of dogs?
Would you believe?
Michelle and Collin would – because they lived it. When the two, both Aggies, graduated and found the freedom that professional life affords, they spent time on their passions – the outdoors, good conversation and their pets. Each had a dog, and fate brough them to the same park at the same time. Unplanned, the two soon found easy conversation and a comfort that included each's four-legged accompaniment. But, although the conversation lasted long enough to lose track of time, they never exchanged information and their destiny was left up to chance.
Or so they thought.
Car, Collin's dog, would go from accompaniment to accomplice when, a year later, he bolted for Michelle immediately as Collin and his trusty companion made it to that same dog park. Fate (and a determined Michelle, who wouldn't let the magic disappear again, so she tarried until Collin asked her out) took over from there. Soon, there were walks in the park intentionally taken together, and the seeds of a life shared together.
So it comes as no surprise, that upon their embarking on Chapter Two of an already incredible story, that Michelle and Collin would make their pups a feature of their wedding ceremony, placing a cake topper that professed their dogs' commitment to this fantastic union. Of course, they already had expressed their wishes, bringing the meant-for-each-other couple together. Family, friends and loved ones gathered at Sacred Oaks on Camp Lucy to witness the happy couple take the next unbelievable steps. Under a giant Texas sky and the watchful gaze of those who had gathered, they treated guests to the kind of warmth they had received in all the steps along the way.
Michelle took care in hosting her bridesmaids, having necklaces custom made for each, and the Hill Country showed its own appreciation, being pleasant for just long enough so that their outdoor ceremony, adorned by brilliant flowers provided by Whim Hospitality – including a ceremonial frame fit for royalty – went off with nary a hitch or delay. And all was captured through the brilliant lens of Tiffany Hofeldt Photography.
And, just like the story of their union, the entire day was, in a word, idyllic...and a perfect start for all their adventures to come.