Brant and Tiffany’s San Antonio wedding this past October was a gorgeous one! They decided on a barn wedding and reception at the beautiful and quaint Brady’s Bloomin’ Barn in Rio Medina, Texas. Since seeing this San Antonio wedding venue for the first time, I have always been captivated by its simple and eccentric, yet romantic nature. By day, it’s a plant and tree nursery, and on the weekends turns into an alluring spot to get married—complete with a chicken coop.
I’m not sure exactly what drew Brant and Tiffany to Brady’s but I suspect it may have had something to do with the incredible sunsets that happen here or the lavish collection of chandeliers. Either way, these two finally reunited after their lives went different directions after college. Somehow, love knew they needed each other and found a way to end the separation. Their love was forever sealed on in this fun and happy October wedding.
Rustic Oak Gardens Wedding in Helotes
I LOVE this organic moment captured between the gorgeous October bride and her father. No caption needed.
It’s funny that Tiffany’s son is embarrassed by this kiss, but her nephew is thrilled!!
Brant and Tiffany left their reception at midnight through a sparkler lit tunnel of friends and family and then drove off in this beauty of a Rolls Royce. After a few unexpected events like Tiffany’s sister, Casey, getting so sick she had to be rushed to the ER and getting booted out of their honeymoon suite because Eva Longoria decided to drop in at the Eilan, they were finally able to bring their wedding weekend to a close. Congratulations Mr. & Mrs.! I wish you many, many memorable years filled with love, laughter and good health!
Here are a few more of my favorite images from the day!
If you’d like to see more images from this beautiful wedding day, please enjoy this video.
The team of professionals Brant and Tiffany selected for their special day were:
Wedding Coordinator – Emily Perkins
Venue – Brady’s Bloomin’ Barn, Rio Medina, TX
Officiant – Cheryl Mae Brinson
Flowers – HEB Blooms
Dinner Catering – Two Step Restaurant
Cakes – Michelle Herrera
Music – Weldon Henson, Austin, TX
Hair & Makeup –
Getaway Car –
My Second Shooter – Ashley Zufelt
Until next time, be positive, happy, healthy, and don’t forget to be photographed.
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