I loved being in the small town of Wellington, TX for the marriage of these two special people. Being there at Larkin's hometown church, surrounded by her and Ory's long-time friends and family ready to step in and help however they could- knowing that all of those faces were genuinely ecstatic for this couple...it was so much fun.
There were so many gorgeous details put together by the always-inspiring Parie of Parie Designs- and I LOVED the mint + navy winter color scheme. It was cold outside, but the sweet treats and classic decor were perfect for the occasion.
Since both Ory and Larkin are from small West Texas towns, they chose to mix dirt from each of their respective cities as their "unity candle" during the ceremony. If you know how important farming is to this area, you understand what significance the ground holds- not only the foundation for all, but the place where growth is cultivated. Pretty insightful for a couple on their first day of marriage, if you ask me. :)
On to the photos- please enjoy! These guys were so, so wonderful to work with- and I appreciate their trust so much. Congrats you two!
Wedding Gown: Sottero Midgely, Brides of Amarillo
Groom + Groomsmen: Allure, Al's Formal Wear
Bridesmaids: Donna Morgan
Event Coordinator + Designer: Parie Designs
Cake: Veronica Gray
Macaroons: The Wild Cupcake
Hair: The Scarlet Door
Makeup: Kim Wood
Wedding Stationery: Hodgepodge Design
Videography: Fat Shack Films