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There are two moments tied for the best things ever to happen on Ashley & Mitchell’s wedding at Pecan Springs Ranch. I’ll go in order of the day!
During their ceremony under the big oak trees and in front of a cozy fire, Mitchell told Ashley his vows. They resonated deeply with Ashley, I mean really resonated because without thinking, she leaned forward and gave Mitchell a kiss!!
Her face said both “oops…!” and also “sorry not sorry!!” Mitchell on the other hand had no idea what to do or how to take it. Luckily their officiant just rolled with it. Then at the end of the ceremony he let them know now is the time to have your first kiss as a married couple! Whoops…
The second best moment ever was when Emily, the Maid of Honor, gave her speech. She started out by telling the story of her trying to intimidate Mitchell the first time they met. The first time they were alone together, she asked what his intentions with Ashley were.
He stopped her in her tracks and said, “I intend to marry her.” Immedaite seal of approval!!
Then Emily sang an entire rendition of the Friends theme song, re-written to tell Ashley and Mitchell’s love story. I mean entire song, not just the opening credits. It was so funny and heartfelt.
And at the end Emily invited the rest of the bridesmaids to come dance with her. Ashley and Mitchell were basically in tears they were laughing so hard! I’ve never seen anything like it!!
Venue | PECAN SPRINGS RANCH
Planning | LAUREN MORGAN with TOAST ENTERTAINMENT
Make Up | TRUE LASH
Hair | UNTANGLED AUSTIN
Florist | BOUQUETS OF AUSTIN
Videographer | NEW ROAD PRODUCTIONS
Transportation | NINJA BUS AUSTIN
Catering | ROSEMARY’S CATERING
Cake & Desserts | SWAK
Wedding Dress Boutique | POSH BRIDAL NASHVILLE
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