A Micro Wedding Affair
A Micro Wedding Affair is just a typical weekend for Hidden Creek at StoneHaus, located in Belton, Texas they put the ALL in All-Inclusive.
Brandi and Alan wanted the wedding bliss, without the wedding stress. They also knew that this was the perfect solution to a courthouse wedding. Earthy and organic, this micro was boho to the core. Which, was quite perfect for the couple, as Brandi works at a local hydroponic farm specializing in leafy greens. So green she wanted and green she got.
Dramatic candles surrounded by greenery spilling down the stairs was complimented by statuesque lanterns. Macramé hung as the ceremony backdrop and the only real pop of color was Brandi’s subtle blush dress. Grey linens, and white lace runners were decorated with even more greenery and tiny terra cotta pots filled with succulents. This was monochrome goals and I was for it! Alan was so in love with Brandi and she sweetly wiped tears from his eyes when they exchanged vows.
But now it was time to celebrate!
In true Rae Allen fashion, I gathered the group of 30 and took a large group shot. This is probably what I love most about intimate weddings, you would never get your entire wedding party and guests together for this type of image. It’s another way that intimate weddings win at being one of a kind.
From there, we jumped in the golf cart and took off to the creek, it is called Hidden Creek for a reason, and took some gorgeous portraits. The two shared a toast soon, cut the cake and celebrated with their friends and family. There was so much thought put into this micro wedding, before driving off into the sunset and flying off to Seattle to place a custom red heart locket on a special bridge, they gifted each guest with the cutest favor.
A small coffee bag with the words, “The Perfect Blend. Brandi and Alan 4.3.21”
I think my coffee soaked heart just melted a little bit.
Congrats you two!
Oh….and did we mention they were on TV? Click below, and watch the cuteness.