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zach + cassie • wedding • the legacy, lubbock tx


I have been so blessed by this couple throughout their engagement, and was not suprised in the least when their wedding day was just wonderful! These two were married at The Legacy in Lubbock. It was a very special, personalized ceremony that was so neat to experience. One of my favorite parts of this day was getting to watch Zach and Cassie experience it all. Cassie is so full of joy and laughter- and Zach is such a kind heart. Their excitement and emotion was written all over their faces. 

They also selected a great group of vendors- it was such a pleasure to work with Jill Leven of Eat, Drink and Be Marry, and Lindsay Haworth of 41 Productions!


Ceremony: The Legacy

Reception: The Frazier Alumni Pavilion

Wedding Gown: Allure, Bridal Boutique, Lewisville, TX

Bridesmaids Dresses: David's Bridal

Groomsmen Suits: First Class Tuxedos

Florist:Box of Rain

Cake: KP Creations

Catering: Top Tier Catering

Special Music: Mark Tatum & Danielle Neudorf

DJ: West Texas DJ Service

Hair: Lauri Wood

Makeup: Brenda Becknell

Wedding Stationery: Eat, Drink, and be Marry

Coordination: Jill Leven, Eat, Drink, and be Marry

Video: 41 Productions


If you chose to do a First Look, would you recommend it to others? Why?
Cassie: Yes, most def. I was so anxious to see him that it really calmed my nerves to see him before. Also, I felt like I took in more walking down the aisle because I wasn't just so nervous about seeing him. I saw everyone in the audience, my bridesmaids, my family, Zach's family, the flowers down the aisle, and of course Zachry down the aisle waiting for me. I would for sure do the First Look- it just made the ceremony so much more enjoyable and laid back for me.

These photos are of each of their parents' weddings. Loved it!

What was the most memorable moment about your day?
Cassie: The most memorable moment for me was listening to Zach say his vows to me and seeing him so emotional about what he was saying. It was really special to hear his promise to God and his promise to me- it was surreal.

Zach: The most memorable moment for me was when I saw Cassie walking down the aisle. It became very real to me and I got pretty emotional.

Zach + Cassie chose to gift their parents with flowers and a thank you note during the ceremony. It was so sweet. This was also the first ceremony I've seen where a pastor used a giant ball for an illustration! It was awesome.

Love this advice from Cassie:

Walk slowly down the aisle and take in everything! Also, be yourself during the ceremony- if you aren't a serious couple, don't be so serious! We had fun during our ceremony- you can too!

The Frazier Alumni Pavilion looked great. I loved the light flooding through the large windows. 

Congrats guys!