Kayla & David Rogers | Southfork Ranch in Parker, Texas

On the 4th of August of 2018 Kayla and David became husband and wife. The couple were wed at the Southfork Ranch in Parker, Texas. The couple had met in the kitchen at MCP. Kayla was working hard to pursue her dream of a teaching career and David, worked diligently at the Renaissance Hotel in Legacy West.

As time went by, their relationship flourished. David decided it was time to ask Kayla for her hand in marriage. Shortly after deciding Kayla was the one David took Kayla on a gondola ride. The gondolier put a bottle in the river and asked Kayla to get it because they help out the local police with littering. Interested in helping the community Kayla agreed to help in their endeavors. In the bottle was a carefully written letter authored by David. He wrote of his feelings for her explaining that he wanted to spend the rest of his life with her. Upon reading the letter shes turns over to him and he is down on one knee, the ring shining brilliantly from it’s box. Needless to say, she said yes!

The day of the wedding was bright and sunny, as if the heavens itself were in awe. The style of the wedding had a formal chic feel to it making for an exciting vision. The venue was also interesting location having been shot in the TV series “Dallas”.

Before the ceremony, David and his groomsmen set up the door where they would walk through during the wedding. Meanwhile Kayla did a heartwarming first look with her dad and brothers. Shortly after, the couple later read beautiful letters from one another. David said a prayer for his bride and himself of their special day. The anticipation growing. Kayla wore a beautiful cream dress, envisioning the perfect bride. Her hair pinned up, delicate braids accenting her updo, her smile beamed brighter than any diamond. David sported a soft navy suit and bow tie as he stood handsomely waiting for his bride. They recited their own vows before their loved ones as they tied a cord of three strands. The crowd cheered as they shared their first kiss as husband and wife. They danced their way down the aisle and to the reception.

The reception was full of fun and many surprises. David and his mother did a delightful mash up dance, the crowd hooted and cheered as the two danced merrily. Kayla and her father also did a mashup making for even more fun. The two ending the dance on a very sweet note.

No matter how many wedding you do, you’re still in awe of the amount of love one couple can share. Kayla and David’s love is one for the books. Skys the Limit was very grateful to be able to witness and film this beautiful union for the couple. We wish you both nothing but the best. Thank you for choosing Skys the Limit!

– Katie M.M., Skys the Limit Production

Vendors
Venue – Southfork Ranch
Photography – Hurley – Ramos Wedding and Event Photography
Dress shop – LeAnn’s Bridal
Hair and Makeup – The Wildlife Wedding
Florist – Market Street
DJ – CB Entertainment
Baker – Anne’s Culinary Creations
Draping & Ambiance – MRIT Event Technologies

Savannah & Justin | Bernhardt Winery in Plantersville, Texas

During a warm, sunny day on July 14th of 2018, Savannah and Justin were wed at the lovely Bernhardt Winery in Plantersville, Texas. Skys the Limit Production provided photos for the couple throughout the day.

The couple met through the Groom’s mother, who happened to work alongside Savannah at Sam Houston State University. Seeing a potential match for her son, she asked Savannah to dog-sit while she was out of town for the holidays, thus giving ample opportunity for Justin and Savannah to meet. After famously hitting it off, Savannah and Justin’s relationship grew.

The following year, Justin’s sister, Lauren, gifted them with plane tickets for Christmas. The tickets were for them to come visit her and her family who was currently residing in Paris, France. In July the next year, the couple traveled to France, reaching Bastille Bay. That evening at Mel’s (Lauren’s friend) apartment they enjoyed dinner and awaited the fireworks. The apartment looked out into the city, the Eiffel Tower in plain sight, and the ancient City of Love itself made for a very romantic setting. After Mel’s careful urging, the couple were led upstairs to the secondary terrace on the rooftop to better see the fireworks. Just as quickly as she ushered them, Mel was gone saying she had forgotten something in the oven. The two were alone, the Eiffel Tower lit up purple and gold, the setting sun creating a perfect backdrop. The couple talked for a few moments until Savannah sensed a change. Before she knew it, in this beautiful city, on a rooftop terrace in the evening, with he Eiffel Tower looming over them, Justin proposed. Having said yes, the couple came down and announced their future plans over champagne and fireworks.

On the day of their wedding, Savannah and her bridesmaids bustled around getting ready whilst plucking fruits from the spread on the table. The air was warm and everything seemed to be abuzz, including the birds. The venue, being a winery, had it’s own beautiful, rustic feel. Vines lovingly encased around the building, cutting into the staircase leading to the Bride’s Party. While the Groom’s party was down taking pictures, the girls enjoyed the cool air and finished up the final touches on the Bride.

The ceremony was held outside, the crowd patiently waited, the warm breeze giving comfort from the heat. Justin stood at the alter, wearing a soft grey suit with a warm honey colored tie, his hair combed perfectly. His eyes were bright with anticipation as he saw the time for Savannah to walk down the aisle was near. Out from the swanky glass doors the Bride emerges. Huge wedding bells to her left rang out announcing her presence. The dress she wore swayed gently behind her as she walked, her hair curled and pinned in a some up, some down, style, truly embodying a princess. Her smile was more brilliant than the sun. They recited their vows proudly for their loved ones.

After, the ceremony commenced. Everyone was buzzing with laughter. The crowd quickly got into the mood to dance and from there it was off. The crowd danced merrily, singing along to songs being played around them. It was in every essence fun and lively. As the crowd gathered to see the couple off, sparklers were being lit. Justin and Savannah arrived in the doorway ready to go off into the night as Mr. & Mrs. The crowd created a sparkling path for the two, shouting loving words and wishes for the newlyweds.

Danielle & Brent Anderson | Bear Creek Ranch Event Center in Nevada, Texas

On June 23rd of 2018 Danielle and Brent Anderson were wed at Bear Creek Ranch Event Center in Nevada, Texas. Skys the Limit Production was given the honor of capturing their wedding day.

Before the ceremony Brent and Danielle exchanged gifts. Danielle received a watch. Brent was given a belt buckle with he letter “A” on it. Danielle then surprised her daughter with a necklace to wear proudly as she paraded down the aisle bringing with her; a trail of flowers. The couple beamed as they read their letters. Their love jumping off the page.

During some down time before the wedding the groomsmen enjoyed their cigars as the girls sat on their rocking chairs with their robes and sipped champagne. Danielle wore a beautiful long fitted dress that appreciated her body, the buttons on the back making a delicate uniformed line down her spine. The dress was accompanied by cowboy boots with a hint of teal decor. Brent sported a navy jacket with a warm yellow tie and jeans. This was all tied together with his black cowboy hat. The Bride’s daughter, Sarah, was the flower girl. The ceremony had a southern rustic feel. The soft decorations complimenting the wood. The sun was high in the sky, the pond behind them glistened in sparking brilliance. Skys the Limit Production captured this breathtaking moment on video for the couple.

The Officiant began the ceremony stating, “today you’re taking your care and trust in the hands of the one person in this world that you love with all your heart. You’re giving yourself your life and love in the hands of the one who loves you with all their heart. Always remember this, that to the whole world you are but one person, but to one person you are the whole world.” The couple began to exchange their hand written vows. Brent began, “Danielle, my promise to you is but a simple one I will love you today and everyday that follows until the end of time with the passing of every minute my love grows stronger and my devotion grows deeper, I will love you and cherish you until my eyes can no longer see your gentle smile, my ears can no longer hear your loving words and my hands can no longer feel your tender caress. From this moment until my dying breathe, you are my love, you are my life.” Danielle then recited her to him, “I promise to be all that you are not because you are all that I’ve never been. I promise to love you even when I might not like you. To respect you even when I disagree with you. To never get too comfortable to leap outside of my comfort zone with you. To communicate with you and not shut down, to choose you again and again at the start and finish of every single day, no matter the season no matter the year, I choose you to struggle and succeed with, to fight and make up with, to love and grow old with. I choose you knowing there are still trials we must travel knowing there are mountains left to climb. I choose you to always be by my side.”

Guests cheered as the couple made their grand entrance with the flower girl and sat at their Mr. and Mrs. table. Like any southern gathering, barbecue was served while guests played games. There was a live band serenading the couple with country love songs. The Bride’s cake was tall with pink and purple flowers decorated around and the groom’s cake was a decorated Copenhagen snuff cake. The couple were sweet and fed each other cake gently. During the bouquet toss, the Bride playfully tricked the group of girls she was going to throw the flowers. When she did throw the bouquet, the maid of honor caught the flowers. The best man was shy about giving his toast, but left a heartwarming wish to the couple and a hug with the groom. The bride danced with her groom, but made time to dance with her daughter as well. In a completely unique sendoff the couple and guests got to enjoy their own fireworks show – after the show the guests surrounded the couple with sparklers while they proudly walked through as Mr & Mrs.

Vendors

Venue | Bear Creek Ranch Event Center
Coordinator | Glitter and Glue Weddings and Events
Photography | Southern Bell Photography
Officiant | Love Notes – Al Taylor
Entertainment | Coby Mcdonald Band & Fireworks Artistry
Cake | Adoughable Creations
Catering | MaMas Big Country BBQ
Florist | The Kreative Consultant
Beauty | Styles By Vero

Lauren & Sean |The Barn at Four Pines Ranch in Crosby, Texas

As many girls do, growing up Lauren had dreamt of meeting a “tall handsome man with a pickup truck”. Five years later that dream turned into a reality.

On the 26th of May 2018, Lauren and Sean were wed at The Barn at Four Pines in Crosby, Texas. Skys the Limit Production was present for videography, capturing the beautiful moments of this love story for the couple.

The Bride’s hair was carefully pinned up to perfection, her skin glowing like sweet southern honey, and her dress clung in a beautiful white silhouette. The groom wore an ashy grey suit with his hair clean cut. His smile radiated as bright as the sun. Their beautiful dog Penny was also a member of the wedding including the ceremony.

After Lauren’s dad gave her away, the two exchanged their own daddy and daughter tradition and gave each other a pat on the head; telling the other that they love them. The couple wrote their own promises to one another during the ceremony. Sean revealed Lauren was a part of his bucket list, that she would be the only one he would want to ride life’s roller coaster with, and she will always be worth it. Lauren vowed to always stand by Sean’s side during the lightest and darkest of times, to take care of him when he’s down, to be faithful and respectful and most of all, to love him unconditionally.

The guests cheered and clapped as the newly weds made their grand entrance into the reception hall along with their “best” dog. Toasts were made by the Maid of Honor, who let everyone know the back story of Lauren’s love interest in Sean, and the Best Man, who shared how happy Lauren made Sean and what that meant for him. Both those special people welcomed the couple as family. After the cutting of the cake, Lauren smashed the cake into Sean’s face directly following in the roar of the crowd’s laughter; he playfully paid her back. The reception was a sea of joy, during which the guests sang “Happy Birthday” to Lauren’s Grandfather. The night ended with rain, but that didn’t faze the newly weds or the guests; they embraced the good luck and watched the weather outside underneath the opened barn.

Skys the Limit Production would like to thank the couple and their family and friends for allowing us to capture such a beautiful union.

Congratulations Mr. & Mrs. Towey!

 

Vendors

Venue | The Barn at Four Pines Ranch

Coordinator | Marcia Marie Holt

Photographer | Jordyn Cowan Photography

Hair and Beauty | Empire Faces

Rentals | EB Inc Event Rentals

Baker | Vernele’s Bayou Bakery

DJ | Incredevents

Bar Service | Isaac’s Bar Service

 

 

Jake & Lairen | Woodcrest United Methodist Church in Lumberton, Texas

On May 19th 2018, on a warm afternoon, people gathered at Woodcrest United Methodist Church in Lumberton, Tx. Skys the Limit Production was also there and given the pleasure of filming Lairen and Jake’s big day.

Their relationship began in the little city of Lumberton, Texas, where Jake and Lairen had always been acquaintances growing up. They knew of each other as one does growing up in a small community. In August of 2015, Lairen received a text message from her friend Fay. She explained to her that there was a nice, respectable man whom she knew, that was single and looking for a lady of equal measure. Lairen befitting the description of a lady, seemed piqued in interest, wondering what this possible suitor looked like. As her eyes fell upon the picture of the man inquired, she was seemingly shocked to find out it was Jake. After careful consideration, she decided to not pursue him, fore they grew up together in church yet, they never seemed to connect in that way. They were five years apart and circled around different crowds leaving seldom opportunity to get to know one another.

One year later, Lairen asked him to accompany her to a play in LSCPA. He accepted and thus a relationship began to form. On one of their dates, Jake asked her if she was adventurous. She was truthful in her answer when she admitted she wasn’t. That night she explained to her parents that she and Jake would remain friends thinking perhaps she might have disappointed him in some way. Jake, that very same night had actually decided the opposite; he liked her for who she was. Over the span of six months, they both agreed they were made for one another and she says, “he was adventurous, faithful, and funny, he was everything I wanted.”

On July 12th 2017, Jake and Lairen had plans with their friends, but ended up being pushed back because they were “running late”. Jake suggested they go to the Book Nook Inn in Lumberton to pass the time while they waited. Lairen had always wanted to go visit the Inn for some time, so she saw to seize the moment. As they walked the grounds of the Inn and around the pond, they walked into the beautiful gazebo and Jake asked, “Do you want to be married in a gazebo?” Confused, she said, “Not really, we’ll probably get married at the church.” He then said, “How about getting engaged in one?” He got down on one knee and asked her to marry him and she of course said yes. If that wasn’t enough, he added her grandmother’s diamonds to the ring as well as hearts in the other side. Lairen says she is “still in awe of my ring today.”

On the day of their wedding, Lairen looked very much like a princess. Her long chestnut locks falling gracefully down to her waist, her fair skin glowing warmly, and of course, her dress. It was like one you would see in a fairytale; big bustling cream fabric hemmed to detailed perfection. She was the image of princess bride. Jake worked a navy button up accompanied by a brown vest almost matching his bride’s beautiful shade of hair and khaki pants. He resembled like Lairen, a character from a fairytale. While Lairen prepared for the day, Jake surprised his princess with a wedding cake flavored snow cone. The couple together received another special wedding gift; a homemade swing with their names and wedding date engraved into the wood in the front.

As the wedding began and the crowd hushed to a silence, Lairen entered escorted by her father. Upon reaching the alter a Skys the Limit Production Film began. It was a video made for the bride and her father about how he saved his daughter’s wedding dress from the flood during Hurricane Harvey last year. The crowd was overcome with tears as they watched. In conclusion to the video from Skys the Limit Production, Jake and Lairen requested all the children to come up to the stage and sit with them as they read, The Princess and The Kiss. A tale of love was woven and the children listened, hanging on every word. No doubt the scene displayed moved their hearts with the notion of love. The couple then began their vows.

After the ceremony, the crowd moved to the reception where they had wedding cake along with coconut cream pie. The music was light and catchy as the couple danced and mingled with the crowd. The laughter and banter of conversation filled the air.
Just before dusk the crowd was ushered to the doors while the couple changed into more comfortable clothes. They walked proudly hand in hand as loved ones blew bubbles all around them. Giggles and goodbye were emanating from the crowd as they passed. Lairen sported a blue jean jacket saying, “Mrs. Glenn” on the back. Her hair swishing gently as she gave Jake one last kiss for the crowd before the two left into the evening as husband and wife.

Today Jake works for Mometrix Test Preparation, in his free him he likes to play Ultimate frisbee or volunteering for his community and church.
Lairen works at Mr. Rooter Plumbing in marketing. If she’s not there she’s at Lamar State College Orange, working towards her graduation this coming December. She is also active member of her church.

A special thanks from Skys the Limit Production for letting us capture and be a part of this beautiful union, and being able to have the honor of recording Lairen and her father’s story.

 

Vendors

 

Venue | Woodcrest United Methodist Church

Hair and Beauty | Emily Anne

Formal Wear | Genie’s Bridal & Formal

Photographer | Chasing Light Photography

Rentals | Rustic Rose Rentals

Baker | Sweets by Lesie

DJ | JAM DJ Productions

Catering | J Wilson’s

Swing | Wurkerby’s Woodworks

Custom Wedding Topper | Rustic Grace

Custom Napkins | Sip Hip Hooray