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Stone Oak Ranch Wedding

Let’s kick off the week with a good amount of wedding eye candy captured by Krystle Akin. The ceremony chapel from this Texas wedding at Stone Oak Ranch is just the sweetest site we ever did see. How could you not fall in love with the woodsy, cabin-like setting?

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From the bride, Ashley: We wanted a natural elegance for the ceremony and a light-hearted, jazzy, class for the reception. Peter and I love old music and movies from the 30’s and 40’s and we have a real appreciation for the simple amusement and innocence there was in the past. People were ladies and gents, but they sure knew how to have a good time! We wanted to enjoy that kind of atmosphere for our wedding day. We envisioned a peaceful and reverent ceremony and a reception that was more Fred Astaire and Glen Miller than “Drop it Like it’s Hot” and the “Macarena”.


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Natural, Pastel, vintage, classy, jazzy, quirky, modest. The color scheme was pastels (the kind you find on maps). We had a theme of vintage travel/distance because Peter and I have always lived in different states. We used vintage suitcases, telephones, maps, and old postcards. The guests threw paper airplanes at us as we entered the reception! Most of the décor was DIY except the TONS of wildflowers and vintage furniture and other creative items provided by Melanie from Prairie Sage.

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Any advice for brides planning their weddings now? Don’t let yourself get caught up in trends and get pulled away from what really represents you. Look for the things that really make you feel like you, things that make your soul jump, remember things from your childhood, and let that be what you use to guide things. It’s a day to celebrate your life and your man’s life coming together as one life. Don’t waste time worrying about what’s trendy or what people will like best.

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View all images from this wedding in the gallery

Wedding Music:
Processional and Recessional: original songs from The Five Dragon Daughter
Bride’s Processional: “Be Thou My Vision”
First Dance: “Dancing Cheek to Cheek,” Fred Astaire

Wedding Location: Murchison, TX / Wedding Venue: Stone Oak Ranch / Wedding Photographer: Krystle Akin / Wedding Flowers: Pamela Castleberry / Wedding Dress: White by Vera Wang / Bride’s Shoes: Jessica Simpson / Bride’s Hair: Chaz Bingham of Eye Candy Salon / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: J. Crew / Ceremony Musician: The Five Dragon Daughter / Wedding Caterer: Perfect Catering / Wedding Cake: Cherry Laurel Bakery / Groom’s Cake: Bride’s grandmother / Vintage Furniture and Decor: Melanie of Prairie Sage / Wedding Invitations: Kendra Payne Anderson of Kendra Michelle Photography / Wedding Videographer: Tye Jackson

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