by Amy Serrago
Joslyn and C.A.’s wedding theme was Cinco de Mayo with a rustic twist. They both grew up on cattle farms and met while still in high school, at a Livestock Judging Camp hosted by Texas A&M University. They wanted every detail of their wedding to reflect this aspect of their personalities and the strong traditions in which they were raised. Their ceremony even included a hide branding to represent unity. They created their own brand by merging the brands of their two families into one. The decor included cow hides, tin, silver and wood and colorful florals brought the celebratory feel of Cinco de Mayo to life.
Joslyn was glowing in her A-line Eddy K gown with its illusion neckline, intricate floral beading and layered tulle skirting. She finished off her look with a cool pair of cowboy boots and simple, yet sparking accessories. Her bridesmaids wore pale taupe gowns to let the colors of their lush bouquets pop and different colored earrings that corresponded to the groomsmen’s ties. C.A., who loves to get dressed up, scored the perfect suit at Jos A. Bank. He was dapper in slim fit, navy blue with coral accessories and a stand out pair of Lucchese boots. No detail was missed at this stylishly rustic wedding, from the bold, bright florals to the vintage doors and barrels the couple used as gift and dessert tables. They even celebrated their love of frozen treats with an ice cream bar to accompany their wedding cake. Congratulations Joslyn and C.A.!
Equipment Rentals:Great Events//Dress Designer: Eddy K Dresses//Groomsman Attire:Joseph A Banks//Bridesmaid Dresses:Macys//Dress Store: Beatitude Bridal Boutique//Floral Designer: Expressions//Makeup Artist: Blushd Beauty//Reception Venue: Geronimo Oaks- Weddings & Events//Photographer: Admyer Studios