CATEGORY: Real Weddings

See Why the White Sparrow Barn Makes for the Most Gorgeous Winter Wedding
Jake Kilroy
REPORT
No. 27072
VENUE:
The White Sparrow
LOCATION:
Quinlan, Texas
TYPE
STYLE
SETTINGS
Barn Wedding
Neutral & Feminine
Texas Countryside
REPORTER: Jake Kilroy

In Union Valley, a vintage white barn sits in an open field, sparkling in the wild Texas sun. Surrounded by oak trees and flower gardens, The White Sparrow is one heck of a peaceful retreat from the busy and bustling city life of Dallas. The owners have even kept its natural wood floors and whitewashed walls for a comforting sense of old world elegance. In short, it’s perfect.

That’s why graphic designer Danielle and computer repair shop owner Trent decided to tie the knot there. Designed, built, and still maintained by the Huerta Family, The White Sparrow is a dream-come-true venue that welcomes both boots and heels. Beyond its rustic yet chic grounds, a breathtaking country landscape ensures that every photo taken is a keeper. Danielle and Trent took full advantage of such a dazzling space with a white wedding with touches of earth tones. The pair’s gorgeous wedding was shot by Danielle’s good friend and former wedding photographer teammate Allison Harp. Both Danielle and Allison had a lot of great things to say about the big day and the killer venue.

Words and photography by Allison Harp

 

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Even the Rain Couldn't Stop This Rustic Farmhouse Wedding From Looking Perfect
Jake Kilroy
REPORT
No. 27059
VENUE:
Audrey's Farmhouse
LOCATION:
Wallkill, New York
TYPE
STYLE
SETTINGS
Rainy Wedding
Cozy Camp Vibes
Farmhouse
REPORTER: Jake Kilroy



No one invites the rain to their wedding. It’s a rather unwelcome guest when it shows up. But the wild chaos that it stirs indeed makes for a good story—as long as the couple has a sense of humor. Hell, rain can even make the scene prettier, by bringing out nature’s dark colors beneath a hazy sky and testing two lovebirds right out of the gate.

That’s pretty much what happened when Leah and Anthony tied the knot at Audrey’s Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast in rural New York. The pair weathered the challenge spectacularly well and it only made them seem more in love. Wedding photographer Brogen Jessup captured the big day wonderfully and we had to know more.

Words and Photos by Brogen Jessup

 

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This Guy Planned A Big Central Park Proposal & A Surprise Wedding That Came The Next Day
Jake Kilroy
REPORT
No. 27062
VENUE:
Central Park
LOCATION:
New York City
TYPE
STYLE
SETTINGS
Elopement
Effortlessly Romantic
Central Park + Time Square
REPORTER: Jake Kilroy

 


Although weddings are spectacular, unforgettable festivals of love, where any and all have the best of times, actually planning the deal is tough. You have to account for a million things, from guest list to centerpieces to song selection. You visit more venues than you knew existed and you try more food than you ever expected, always returning home to discuss those very many, very tiny details with each other for what seems like an eternity.

But what if you could skip all that and still have the wedding of your dreams? It sounds impossible, but a man named Brock did just that for his lady love, Molly Kate. He delivered a wild, romantic, and surprise two-day celebration, all to blow her away. Brock was so sure Molly Kate would marry him that he already had the wedding ready to go for the day after the proposal, family and all.

Their New York elopement makes for one heck of a love story, and we had to ask how such a big, crazy deal came to be pulled off so perfectly.

 

Photography by Joel Alexander

 


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A Blush Crushworthy Wedding In Napa Wine Country
Alyssa Brown
REPORT
No. 27057
VENUE:
Beaulieu Garden
LOCATION:
Rutherford, California
TYPE
STYLE
SETTINGS
Outdoor Wedding
Blush Elegance
Garden Party
REPORTER: Alyssa Brown

 

When your wine country wedding involves a Sycamore arbor, chandeliers sparkling under the moonlight, vineyard views, and beautiful sunken gardens, you know you’ve done a few things right. Go ahead and pour a glass of California sparkling before you read on, because this Beaulieu Garden wedding hit all the wine country wedding goals we could come up with and we have a feeling you’re going to want to toast to this special occasion.

With Jose Villa (perfectly) capturing the event, Shannon Leahy Events heading up the planning, and Atelier Joya designing this Napa Valley wedding, it was easy for this couple to expect absolutely stunning wedding photos. Not only did they hire a dream team to ensure a gorgeous and timeless wedding, but they also chose to celebrate at one of wine country’s most beautiful private estates.

Photography by Jose Villa

 

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See How This Couple Turned A Gastro Pub Into The Wedding Venue Of Their Dreams
The Venue Report
REPORT
No. 27071
VENUE:
Jaynes Gastropub
LOCATION:
San Diego
TYPE
STYLE
SETTINGS
Gastropub
Gastropub
City
REPORTER: The Venue Report

 

Located in San Deigo, California is the hip and happening neighborhood of North Park filled with culture, art, entertainment and some of the best restaurants in the city. Amongst the many ahead-of-the-trend saloons and local fooderys is hidden gem, Jaynes Gastro Pub, a casual yet chic bar & eatery serving modern British pub fare & drinks. Jayne's is naturally just one of those spots that you dream of having a gathering at. With a twinkle light patio and urban vibe anything is possible. Well, for Krista and Daniel their dream came true. 

They had been going on dates to Jaynes Gastro Pub for years before deciding to ask permission to use the space for their wedding. Krista and Daniel’s wedding was the first ever at the Pub. The brick flooring, market lights, and tall hedges made this back patio an ideal space for their intimate 75 guest wedding. Not only was there sentimental value in the space but it fit Krista's effortlessly romantic southwestern vision like a glove. We teamed up with wedding photographer, Brogen Jessup to give us the inside scoop on the day, details and newest venue to the San Diego area. 

Photography + Words by Brogen Jessup

 

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