Piazza in the Village | Drew & Rachael

Today, I have another beautiful Piazza in the Village wedding to share!  Drew and Rachael tied the knot, mid-week right after Christmas.  I love Christmas weddings; it is such a happy time of year and easy for everyone to get together.  (Let’s not mention my blogging schedule, ok?  At least my tree is down!)

Fort Worth Wedding Photographer | Piazza in the Village | Lyncca Harvey Photography

Drew & Rachael Stonecipher, Piazza in the Village Wedding, Colleyville Texas

Rachael had her ladies dressed in beautiful “Christmas green” dresses from David’s Bridal.  In all of my weddings, I can’t remember any other bride choosing this color over the more common “Christmas red”, and I thought was just gorgeous!  The flowers were made of white roses, holly and evergreen, which made it smell like Christmas!

These two chose to have a First Look, and not only was it just the SWEETEST, we had time to capture loads of amazing portraits of these two and their wedding party, so we could finish up after the ceremony in record time and then went over to the Village Ballroom to get to the party!

These two, as well as their family and friends are truly some of the kindest people that I have ever had the pleasure to work with.  You can see how Drew and Rachael absolutely adore each other.  It was my absolute honor to capture their day for them and hopefully all of their family photos in the future!

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And, of course, the amazing vendors that made this day beautiful:

  • Venue: Piazza in the Village
  • Coordinator: Gay, Piazza in the Village
  • Makeup: Haley Hardin
  • Hair: Kimberly Dobecka-Holt
  • Bridal Dress: David’s Bridal
  • Bridal Shoes: Toms
  • Bridesmaid Dresses: David’s Bridal
  • Catering: Piazza in the Village
  • Cake: Marketstreet Bakery
  • Minister: Marc Corazao
  • DJ: Le Force Entertainment
  • Video: Wonderlight Media 
  • Invitations: Midge Parish Paper Creations
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