Monday, November 17, 2014

Debra and Thomas – 7F Lodge – College Station Wedding


: 7F Lodge
Photographer/Videographer: DelightStudio
Catering: J.Cody’s Steak & Barbeque
Rentals: Details Party Rental
DJ Services: Downtown Event Services
Dress: Brickhouse Bridal
Bridesmaid Dresses: David’s Bridal
Groom/Groomsmen Attire: Al’s Formal Wear
Flowers: University Flowers
Cakes: Libby Samford

TJ (Thomas Jefferson as he likes to be called) and Debra met through a mutual friend.  Heather and I work at the same Bank just at different branches.  TJ decided to go by her location one day and ask if I was dating anyone and to see if I was interested.  Well, she decided to email me and ask but she kept it a secret as to who was inquiring about a date with me.  Secretly, I had a HUGE crush on him every time that I had seen him (granted I had no idea who he was-just extremely handsome guy that I had seen in passing before) so I was deep down hoping that it was him asking.  After about 2 months of asking her and us emailing about the dating situation, TJ decided to pop into my office and ask me for himself.  After about thirty minutes, I decided I would go on a date with him and it has been the best choice ever since. 
Debra and her Bridesmaids getting ready in the final hours.

Groomsmen and groom in their linen coats, boots and jeans.

Debra carried an assortment of garden roses, hypericum berries, carnations, roses, and fern.

Debra chose a rustic theme for her wedding. Candles in glass vases created a romantic mood at 7F Lodge.
Libby Sanford created a beautiful white almond cake with raspberry filling for the bride and a chocolate cake for the groom. Both cake stands and the tablecloth were provided by Details Party Rental. The “Love is Sweet” wooden cake stand added to the rustic theme. The linen is white rosette satin.
Best Wedding Planning Tip!
The best planning tip that I can give to anyone would be to start early.  It is NEVER too early to start.  Get organized and compile a list from a wedding website of the different vendors you will need to help get you started.  Then it’s all happy planning!