Jeremy and I were two busy people living and working in Dallas, TX. We lived less than a mile away from each other, but never would have met if it weren’t for the wonders of online dating. We met for our first date at a neighborhood pub, the Old Monk, and we instantly connected. Jeremy was so perfect for me, that he happened to be the first and last date I had from that online dating site!
When Jeremy asked me to marry him, I was so delighted to say YES! We planned our wedding to be a family celebration, with a mix of Jewish and Christian traditions. Our ceremony was outside in the beautiful gardens of the San Antonio McNay Art Museum with the sun setting in the background and the reception was inside the spacious museum. We loved everything about our wedding. It was the perfect size 150 people, mostly family and close friends, the setting was breathtaking, our photographer/videographer was so talented and fun to work with and our planner was a rock star! We couldn’t have asked for a better wedding day,” Jennifer said.
Jennifer also said, “I wore my mother’s wedding dress (only altered it a little), and that felt really special. She was so happy to see me in it and I got so many compliments on it too! The most emotional part of her day was, “Reading the letter that Jeremy wrote to me before our wedding ceremony began. It was so personal and special.”
Our favorite touch was watching them both smash the glass (You have to watch the video!)
Following the wedding the two went to Hawaii on their honeymoon.
Vendor Resources: Photographer: Helo Photography//Reception Venue: McNay Art Museum//Event Designer: Wolf Weddings & Events//Floral Designer: Wolf Weddings//Caterer: Heavenly Gourmet, LLC//Cake Designer: Betty Janes Bakeshop//Invitation Designer: Minted//Musicians: Avanti//Band: Blow My Cover//Hair & Makeup Stylist: Blown Beautiful//Bartending: Garnish Bartending//Cinema and Video: Helo Photography//Photo Booth Equipment: Look Entertainment//Transportation: Shark Limo//Bridesmaids’ dresses: J Crew