When Logan helped Kennedy and some of her friends move into the apartment next door, neither of them knew they had just met the love of their lives. Fast forward, these two electric personalities were engaged and ready to plan the wedding of the decade!
Ian’s Chapel at Camp Lucy in Dripping Springs, TX was the obvious choice with so many of their guests traveling in from out of state. Not only did Camp Lucy have the quintessential Austin Hill Country vibe they were hoping to achieve, but the onsite lodging meant they could enjoy a whole weekend with their crew.
Kennedy and Logan placed their ceremony under the open-air Pavilion made from the ironwood timbers of a 1930’s French Colonial church, with thoughtful touches for their guests like light blankets.
After taking portraits with their family, 24-person wedding party, and just the two of them, Kennedy and Logan joined their guests for an extended cocktail hour. As the early December sun began to set, the guests gathered at the entrance to the reception hall, where Kennedy’s father opened a bottle of champagne with a saber before giving a toast. The couple greeted each guest one by one as they entered the space they would celebrate in for the rest of the evening.
One of the couple’s top priorities was guest experience; making sure the evening was memorable, energetic, and most of all – fun. Plush Party Band was the perfect choice to get the dance floor packed, and keep it that way.
Thanks to Kristin Catter Events and an incredible vendor team for their collaboration on Kennedy and Logan’s wedding!