Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Heather + Kolby {Fort Worth Wedding}

Last December, my husband's cousin was tying the knot in Fort Worth, Texas. 
It was my first trip EVER to the Lonestar State and I couldn't have had a better time.  Fort Worth is such a cool, clean city.  It's got a great mix of Western heritage, fabulous shopping and a lively bar scene (Pete's Dueling Piano Bar, anyone?)  All and all, I would highly recommend a trip if you haven't already been.  So, needless today say, I was pretty excited when Lyncca Harvey sent over Heather + Kolby's Fort Worth Wedding.  The couple wed this past summer at the gorgeous Fort Worth YWCA where they treated their guests to a little Texas cuisine, some kickin' tunes and a seriously good time! 

You think their guests enjoyed the wedding!?!

photographer: lyncca harvey  /  event designer:  gina bean  /  hair stylist: estorica studios  /  floral designer: bouquets of elegance reception venue: ywca  /  dress store: mockingbird bridal  /  dress designer: maggie sottero  /  ice sculpture: creative ice  /   cake designer: creme de la creme cake company  /   dj:  dj connections  /   transportation: brazo's carriage  /  jewelry: robbins brothers  /  tuxedo and men's attire:  tuxedo junction  /   officiant: love notes


  1. Yay! Thank you so much for published Heather & Kolby's wedding. They will love it :)

  2. Dude! That is the PRETTIEST YWCA I have ever seen! So loverly.

  3. I love this!!! Its the true definition of a southern wedding...come on a chocolate cake??!! So unique to the bride and groom.

  4. The Perfect PaletteNovember 2, 2011 at 8:49 PM

    Pretty wedding....

  5. Beautiful! Love that first shot of the venue- what a jaw dropper.

  6. What a gorgeous wedding and I must say that if that's a YWCA's pretty spectacular!

  7. Agreed, the first shot of this venue was incredible. The angle is perfect. I love the black and whites but the colors are just as great! Everyone looks like they had a great time!

    Hilary {Bayside Bride} // //

  8. The Fort Worth, Tx YWCA is a beautiful historic building. They have weddings every Fri-Sun of the year and all the profits go to supporting the 32 women that live in the building that are trying to get back on their feet and the 3 schools in the area that are provided free of charge to low income and homeless children.