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michael + heather • wedding • lubbock, tx

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I am so happy to finally post this wedding for you guys! It's one of those that I'm personally attached to- and have had the pleasure of seeing it be planned from day one when Michael + Heather got engaged. Heather has such a unique style and I loved getting to see all the fun details she incorporated. It was a gorgeous July day, and we had the perfect setting for their wedding- the Lubbock Civic Center Rock Garden. Now, onto the images!

Wedding Gown: David's Bridal

Men's Accessories: Express

Bridesmaids' Dresses:

Cake: Sweet Temptations

Caterer: Jason's Deli

Venue: Lubbock Civic Center Rock Garden/Plaza

DJ: Bo Garza

Hair: Jessica Cortez @ Kadiza

Makeup: MAC @ Dillard's


Cake Toppers:

Flower Girl Dress:

Groom's Wedding Ring:

Custom Gown Hanger:

Sucker Wedding Favors:

Bridesmaids' Gifts:

Coffee Cozy:

Heather WOULD have a custom made coffee cozy in her wedding colors. This is why we are friends. 

Heather wore her grandmother's pearls that were given to her on her wedding day by her grandfather. 

This bouquet was incredible! It was made entirely of antique jewelry from Michael's family- his first watch was even included- set to the time of the ceremony.

Heather said: It included brooches from so many Godly women who have been a part of Michael's life going back 5 generations! It was made by the amazing Amanda and is very sturdy! I am SOOOO excited to have this as a keepsake for life and to pass it down if I have a daughter one day!

Heather + Murry's First Look was very special. Here's what she had to say about it: I had been in many weddings before mine and knew the difference it could make in the day when you chose to have a First Look. This was something Lissa never had to talk me into because I was sure that a First Look would make the day much more relaxed, and it WAS! After the wedding we immediately got to enjoy time with our family and friends and that was very important to us!

Michael's super-talented mother made this ring bearer pillow along with homemade jam for the guests. (I enjoyed it for quite a while after the wedding!)


Miss Kaitlyn did a great job tending to the typewriter/guestbook. As guests entered, they would write messages to the bride and groom which would be transcribed by Kaitlyn into the typewriter!


The ceremony was conducted by a good friend and he made it so personal- and funny! It was an awesome time of worship.


Lots of awesome (and ridiculous) dancing ensued.

Congrats you guys! I'm so thankful you are a part of my life- thank you for letting me capture this for you!