Cole and Betsy were a match made in medical school. Despite their incredibly demanding school schedules, upcoming residencies, and general life changes, they were able to plan a wedding that offered style, elegance, and the perfect spring touches. Betsy, at heart, is a classic. She is genuine, loving, and has impeccable taste to boot. She outfitted her bridesmaids in navy, tea-length frocks that featured a low back and perfectly placed bow. The men, of course, looked just as sharp in their bow ties and yellow billy ball boutonnieres. The florals from KelleB were perfect for a spring wedding- crisp, clean whites mixed with sunny yellows and citrusy greens.
After a traditional ceremony downtown, the couple invited their guests to the Lubbock Country Club for dinner and dancing. After several turns around the dance floor (it was a pure pleasure thanks to the amazing band), Cole and Betsy strolled through a line of lit sparklers and thrown tortillas (a Texas Tech University tradition) to their ruby red Rolls Royce.
This was such a fun wedding to photograph- not only because there were beautiful details at every turn, but I was so blessed by Cole, Betsy, and their families. Nothing makes my job more satisfying than getting to watch a couple start their lives together with Christ in the middle!
The fabulous Ashley Rodgers shot this wedding with me. Thank you Ashley!
Ceremony: First Baptist Church, Lubbock
Reception: Lubbock Country Club
Wedding Gown: Watters, Stardust Celebrations
Bridesmaids: Alfred Sung
Groom and Groomsmen: Jos. A Bank
Floral: Kelle B
Cake: Marla Felton
Catering: Lubbock Country Club
String Quartet: Classical Strings
Band: Caldwell Entertainment
Hair and Makeup: Hair By Diane
Invitations: Crane & Co.
Programs: Michelle Sasser Designs