Shades of Blue and Idyllic Views In This Sunlit Hill Country Wedding Editorial

A bride and groom look and the camera while hugging during a sunlit hill country wedding styled shoot at Cricket Hill Ranch in Dripping Springs, TX.
Photography: Anna Kay Photography | Venue: Cricket Hill Ranch

Hear the songs of crickets chirping and soak in the saturated hill country sunsets at Cricket Hill Ranch located in Dripping Springs, TX. With picturesque views and various amenities, the property offers a private estate feel with the perk of venue features, and this styled shoot reflects that with true elegance and charm. Get inspired by this sunlit hill country wedding editorial expertly captured by Anna Kay Photography.

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A Boho Terracotta Wedding at Cricket Hill Ranch

Photography: Gypc Girl Photography | Venue: Cricket Hill Ranch

A little under a decade ago, Mackenzie and Travis met in Austin, Texas and shortly went on their first date. However, it wasn’t until four years later that they started to get serious and realized they had everything they ever wanted right in front of each other. So Travis surprised Mackenzie with a sweet backyard proposal at their best friend’s house. The couple planned to attend a “house-warming party” afterward, but Mackenzie couldn’t contain her excitement and wanted to stop by her parent’s house prior to the event. Surprisingly enough, when her parents opened the door, the couple’s families and friends were there waiting to celebrate their engagement. “It was so special and amazing because I have never been surprised in my entire life, and this day completely blew me away,” says Mackenzie.

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Sentimental Wedding Complete With A Furry Friend + Blooming Florals

The bride and groom stand in front of an antique french gazebo decorated with blush florals and greenery, with their pet miniature Goldendoodle, for their romantic al fresco wedding ceremony in Dripping Springs, Texas at wedding venue, Ma Maison.
Photo: Anna Kay Photography | Cake: Sweet Treets Bakery | Venue: Ma Maison

It only took one date for Raleisha to know Matthew was “the one”. In a loud atmosphere, she could barely hear him and went back and forth in her head on whether she should leave or tell him the truth.

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Southern Wedding Styled Shoot at The Mansion at ColoVista

Bride and groom stand at the alter for their artfully curated Southern wedding. Bride is holding her bridal bouquet and there is a beautiful view of the hill country.
Photo: Esther Makau Photography | Venue: The Mansion at ColoVista | Cake: Sweet Treets Bakery | Cookies: Sift & Swirl | Jewelry: Embark Fine Jewelry | Local CVB: Visit Bastrop

We’re thrilled to showcase this charming southern wedding, styled shoot at The Mansion at ColoVista. The historic colonial-style mansion sits on 700 verdant acres, offering couples breathtaking views of the Colorado River and all the modern amenities essential for a seamless and stress-free wedding day.

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Black, White, & Blush Industrial Chic Wedding By Scarlet Rose Events

Bride and groom gaze into each other's eyes while holding hands with trees and grass behind them after their wedding ceremony in Spring Branch, Texas.
Photo: Ashley Medrano Photography | Event Planner & Design: Scarlet Rose Events Welcome to Kirsten and Brett’s Industrial chic wedding!

“Brett proposed in the most thoughtful way I could imagine,” explained Kirsten while reminiscing on her sweet San Antonio, Texas engagement. Brett popped the big question in the first place they said, “I love you.” The couple enjoyed the intimate moment together before joining their family and friends for a surprise engagement party at the historic Hotel Emma. Later, Kirsten and Brett would find out her parents spent their honeymoon in the same spot Brett proposed. Then, they began planning their timeless black, white, and blush industrial chic wedding with the expert help of Scarlet Rose Events.

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