Are you guys ready for this next stylish Montgomery wedding! Held at the incomparable Olde Dobbin Station, this wedding oozes sweet romance! I just love all of the tradition that the bride incorporated in the wedding. From the handkerchiefs stitched into the chuppah to carrying her grandmother's rosary, it's so nice when couples can honor their heritages, cultures, and loved ones on such a special day. Luke and Cat of Luke & Cat Photography were the lucky ones to capture this gorgeous affair (as they have done so many times before). There's even more stunning images in the gallery.
From the bride...We definitely wanted religion to play a huge role in our wedding even though we decided not to get married in a church. Since I come from a Jewish/Catholic family I wanted to incorporate traditions from each religion into our ceremony and reception. My mom collected vintage handkerchiefs from family members and hand stitched them together forming the chuppah that we said our vows underneath. Later we moved it to the reception, where it became the backdrop for our wedding cakes. I also chose to carry my grandmother's rosary with me, as my something borrowed. Since we had a winter wedding, we thought it would be fun to have a s'mores bar for our guests to enjoy after dinner. One of our favorite things about the reception may have been the Whataburger taquitos at the end of the night! I'm sure if you asked any Texan what their favorite thing to do after a night out is, most of them would say getting breakfast at Whataburger. Overall we wanted our guests to have fun at a ceremony that represented us and our personalities!