Lindsey and Dusty certainly have a zest for life, as do all their friends and family. Their wedding was one of the sweetest and most lighthearted that we have ever have the privilege to photograph. Dusty proudly serves our country as on officer in the US Army, and we thank him for his service. It is definitely a family tradition, as Lindsey’s father also serves in the Army. The unique bridesmaids’ dresses were hand made from adorable vintage fabric and were offset perfectly by baby’s breath bouquets. I just loved Lindsey’s dress and how it showed off her gorgeous shoes. Definitely a tearjerker, the ceremony was held at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church in Kyle. Accompanied by Angelic Strings, Lindsey’s little sister sang at the end of the ceremony and her performance was simply breathtaking. After taking some fun pictures with the bridal party at the church, they were whisked away to Sage Hall at Texas Old Town for the reception. And what a reception it was! Everyone danced, and danced, and danced! The guests enjoyed Pok-E-Jo’s BBQ and fabulous cupcakes from Hill Country Cupcake. All the windows were decorated by crosses with notes of congratulations for their wedding handwritten on the back. At each table setting was a mason jar with a chalkboard heart on it and chalk to personalize them. What a great favor! At the end of the night, Lindsey and Dusty exited through the bubble tunnel of love as their guests cheered them on. Thank you to Lauren Hackett of Sarahbeth Events for doing such a fabulous job coordinating the wedding and keeping everything going according to schedule all while being a bridesmaid and pregnant!