Nicolette and Luis said I do at the Aristide. The venue, nestled in a Tuscan-inspired village in Colleyville, provided charming indoor and outdoor settings designed with weddings in mind. For the couple’s wedding, they chose not only photography, but video as well.
The ceremony featured both English and Spanish translation of the couple’s vows. After the ceremony, the bride and groom made their grand entrance with a mariachi band and, of course, served their guests Mexican cuisine.
My favorite moment was giving Nicolette instructions on her grand exit. To simply take her time going through to wave at her guests and to give us time for photos. The couple immediately ran through and the bride blushingly laughed “I’m so sorry Sarah you told me not to run and we did! I was just too excited and I immediately forgot!”
I couldn’t help, but feel so happy for her. I didn’t mind. After all, we got the photos. Her happiness was contagious.