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The historical Magnolia House at Cathedral Oaks made the floral in greens and blues pop for Abbi and Connor’s summer wedding.

The historical Magnolia House, the original 1850s homestead of Cathedral Oaks in Belton, Texas was the perfect setting for Abbi and Connor’s intimate brunch wedding.

Abbi and her bridal bouquet were a showstopper. Her lush bouquet featured white roses, blue wildflowers and an assortment of greenery. Connor’s boutonnieres matched the bouquet. A simple rose adorned a brown suede vest, blue jeans, and in true Texas style, a traditional cowboy hat.

Connor couldn’t contain his excitement when he saw his bride for the first time. Reaching out for each other, their ceremony was a celebration of both of their denominations. Both Abbi and Connor’s preachers spoke during the ceremony. A kiss sealed the deal and while Eric and I took the bridal party outside for portraits, the room was flipped so the guests could begin the wedding party fun.

The couple 2-stepped the day away. Intimate weddings are a special way to celebrate with close family friends. Timelines and little details felt so relaxed. The couple was able to enjoy their day and not feel the pressure of having to do every typical wedding tradition. The Day was truly about them and the beginning of a new life together.

Thea shot of the bride and groom's hands as the preacher leads them in the ceremony

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