On March 21st, during a sunny Thursday afternoon, Alicia and James got married at the lovely River Road Chateau, which is a Texas chic venue in Anna. Skys the Limit Production captured the couple’s perfect day on video.
The ceremony was a beautiful service under the venue’s iconic chandelier, and the reception was held in the rustic ballroom, and it was a plum and spring inspired wedding. Mr. & Mrs. Bowles had lots of cake in the afternoon, and an intimate family dinner in the evening, and they finished off the night with lots of dancing.
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Haley and David Louis got married outside one of the beautiful Springs’ venues, which is a colonial venue with southern charm in Rockwall, Texas. Skys the Limit Production had the honor of capturing the couple’s wedding day on December 16, 2018, through videography.
David exuded confidence, the warm oceanic blue complimented by a dark crimson tie. Haley’s dress clung to her body, accenting the hourglass shape she had, the lace covered her dress like a map. They looked as if they were both made for this day. Before seeing each other at the aisle, they both chose to take communion and prayer with their sisters and brothers.
The ceremony was a gorgeous service underneath an enormous covered platform held together by white pillars. To make the occasion all more special, David’s father married the young couple. Haley and David each read their own solemn promises to one another and ended the ceremony by sharing their very first kiss to one another. How much of a privilege it was for me and everyone to witness!
The reception was held inside the manor and it was full of class with a few touches of rustic wedding. David and his boys performed a dance in front of everyone with the song “Rude”. The newlyweds had an intimate dinner with family and friends and received kind words, unforgettable stories, and advice from their loved ones. No one could forget – or resist to huddle together for the Aggie fight song. The night was then finished off with lots of dancing and laughs all around.
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On November 16th, 2018, Drew and Chelsea were wed in holy matrimony inside a little country chapel at The Brooks Venue in Weatherford, Texas.
Chelsea is a first-grade teacher while Drew works sales at Sellmark. The couple met through mutual friends during their time in College Station. As time went by and the couple grew closer Drew decided it was time to pop THE question. During Easter Sunday just after the Easter Egg Hunt Drew procured an Easter egg with something other than chocolate. To Chelsea’s surprise inside of the little egg, laid a ring. Before God and all her loved ones he proposed.
The ceremony was absolute perfection. Each detail carefully made and placed to be tied all together to create a matrimonial masterpiece. The bridesmaids were enveloped by smooth emerald fabric whilst the groomsmen sported fitted ash colored suits and a pop of green from their ties. The bride in all her glory wore an off the shoulder lace wedding dress. The intricate laced design trailed her arm in ivy like fashion, her onyx colored hair pinned back in an elegant updo, ringlets softly framing her face. Her veil flowed behind her like a narrow heavenly stream. She was in every way beautiful. The groom looked so handsome in his grey suit and emerald tie. His hair combed neatly to the side, no doubt exuding a dapper presence.
The reception was as lively as it was gorgeous. The whole room glowed with love and adoration for the new couple. The guests glided across the room to the music, laughter roaring from every corner. The night was an absolute treat for anyone who had a camera for sure. Skys the Limit Production would like to thank you for choosing us! We are truly honored to have been able to have captured your very special day through video. We wish you both nothing, but love and happiness.
“Today many people say marriages should be 50/50. We believe they should be 100/100.” Brianna and TJ met at a local bar in College Station. As life happened, the two grew closer, prompting TJ to ask Brianna’s father for her hand in marriage. He was determined to show her father how much he meant to her, brandishing the ring he carefully picked out. True to his word, the following day he proposed to Brianna.
On June 2nd of 2018, Brianna and TJ were wed at the Springs Event Venue in McKinney, Texas.
Whilst getting ready, TJ adorned his Bride-to-be with jewelry and (their inside joke) silly string. Once ready, Brianna did a first look with her father. They embraced, misty-eyed. Shortly after, Brianna wanted to steal a moment before they were wed with her groom showing him her dress. The Groom was very clearly smitten with his beautiful Bride before him.
The couple were wed under the vast sky and a crowd full of loved ones. They proudly recited their vows as the pastor gave a word of advice “you need to give each other 100% everyday…Be committed to your marriage everyday and someday when you’re old and attending your grandchildren’s wedding, you will be the couple who wins the dance contest on who’s been married the longest.”
The reception was very lively. The couple entered, boasting each other on their arm as they made their way down the staircase, the guests twirled their towels as if they were at a game. It was a joyful pandemonium.
The cutting of the cake was a treat for all who watched; TJ chased Brianna with icing on his finger. The couple danced to “Keeper of the Stars” by Tracy Byrd. Afterward, Brianna and her friends did the Aggie fight song and TJ jokingly threw up a Longhorn sign. As the dancing continued, the crowd danced with glow sticks making for a colorful end to a wonderful day.
As the couple got ready to head off into the night as Mr. & Mrs., the crowd blew a cloud of bubbles in their direction as they kissed once more for their loved ones before driving off together.
Skys the Limit Production would like to thank you for choosing us to be a part of this wonderful day! Congratulations! We wish you both nothing, but the best!