San Antonio Weddings 2012- 2013 Edition : Page 94

real wedding Maria & Luis october 8 color palette By Andrea H. Melcher B rides usually have showers before their weddings, not on their big day. Yet, in many cultures, it’s considered lucky to have rain on your wedding. That turned out to be torrentially true for Maria and Luis Padilla. In drought-stricken Texas, the Padillas planned an October 8 outdoor ceremony and reception at the picturesque La Fontana Springs (named for the beautiful fountain on the property) in the Texas Hill Country. Little did they know that the skies would open up – drenching the parched earth with a thirst-quenching downpour. Fortunately, the Padillas had selected a venue with very capable and flex-ible proprietors – Cesar and Nancy Trivino – who transformed what was to be an outdoor ceremony into an elegant and memorable indoor event. “Even though we’d been in a drought, they still had a backup plan in case it rained,” Maria explains. “They created an indoor ceremony with a beautiful view into the countryside, and with an aisle for me to walk down. I didn’t have to worry about anything. It was absolutely amazing.” featured vendors wedding details Ceremony & reCeption Venue: La Fontana Springs Event Center Floral and linens: Events by Touch of Elegance tuxedos: Royal Tuxedo bridal attire: Celebrations Bridal bridal hair: Sam Panaiagua bridal makeup: Cynthia Havcevic and Begonia De Ubieta Cakes: Maribel’s Dream Cakes, Yvonne Montanez Caterer: Heavenly Caterers photography: Photographically Ever After stationery and signage: Jennifer Bishop of Architette Studios 94 w w w.SanAn

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