Kristie is our hero! We arrived at Kindred Oaks around 3 pm. As soon as we unloaded everything, the heavens opened up and it rained...hard! It didn't stop raining until it was time for everyone to go home. It rained and thundered and lightening for almost eight hours with no breaks. It was an unbelieveable amount of rain. For a venue like Kindred Oaks where lots of activities are intended to take place outside, this type of weather could really disappoint a lot of people. But, we never heard a single complaint from Kristie. No tears. No frowns. Kristie was determined to enjoy her wedding to the fullest regardless of what Mother Nature planned. Thanks to Kristie's positive attitude (and TONS of work that she put into planning and organizing her wedding day) everyone had a wonderful time!
Kristie was such a beautiful bride. Elena and I had the chance to spend an afternoon with her and her mother at the Zilker Botanical Gardens taking bridal pictures and we are so glad that we did. Her pictures are beautiful, but even more important, we were glad that we got the chance to know Kristie. She is so nice and we weren't surprised to see that Tyler was just as nice as Kristie. There were tons of snacks for the guests and everything looked good. Dinner was fantastic! The food was great and there was lots of it! We were really impressed with the catering. Kristie and Tyler's wedding was a great celebration and Elena and I were so happy that they chose us to be a part of it.
Kristie and Tyler, we wish you both many years of happiness and congratulate you again on your marriage!