When marching band high school sweethearts Bekah and Wade became engaged, they set out to balance masculine and feminine aesthetics to create a day that would reflect both of their personalities and honor the love they shared for each other. They quickly settled on Park 31 in Spring Branch, Texas – a chic, industrial venue in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. The strong steel structure and its moody interior contrasted with the rolling hills and sinuous oak trees strewn about the landscape was the perfect metaphor for the couple themselves.
Bekah took after her late grandmother with her love of florals, whom she said always had fresh blooms in the house growing up. Abundant garlands of greenery wound over the dinner tables and up the oak tree Bekah and Wade were wed underneath, with peonies and roses strung throughout.
One of the most touching moments of the day was seeing Wade help his elderly grandfather get ready for the day. When Wade had a groomsmen back out of the wedding just a few weeks prior, he invited his grandfather to fill in, who joyfully accepted. Despite being in poor health, Wade’s grandfather triumphantly stood at Wade’s side as he married Bekah.
Every detail of the day was thoughtfully planned, and as the guests danced the night away beneath moody ambience, Bekah and Wade found pockets of time to steal away and take it all in. Bekah’s priority was photos that were chic, nostalgic, and captured their love in the moment. It was an honor to have their wedding featured on Magnolia Rouge.