Three Points Ranch Texas Wedding: Nancy + Jonathan Part II

When you put rustic wedding items together like wildflower bouquets, a vintage Airstream, pies for dessert all in a ranch setting you get one amazing wedding. This Texas rustic wedding took place at Three Points Ranch and is part vintage, part ranch and part country chic.

There really is too many details to mention so all I can say about this wedding is enjoy all of the pictures because each one just gets better and better. Thanks to Katherine O’Brien Photography for sharing this wedding with us.

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Sources – photography: Katherine O’Brien Photography / venue: Three Points Ranch / wedding designer: Wedding Warriors / floral design: Wow Factor Design / bakery: Tiny Pies

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    Christina Lewis
    June 21, 2012 at 8:38 am

    So lovely to see Nancy & Jonathan’s sweet, sweet February wedding photographed by the talented Katherine O’ Brien. The weather held out for a crisp, clear day and with the Ceremony on the bluff at Three Points Ranch, the view behind our bride and groom was a beautiful backdrop. They wanted simple rustic elegance and with touches of blue mason jars with hand picked style bouquets, a cozy dining hall with burlap and teal napkins, cut wood risers, firepits to keep the chill at bay, colorful throws, the yummiest Tiny Pies in mason jars with a heart cout out of each one, their vision came to life.
    Christina Lewis, the wedding warrior

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    Julie Clark
    June 20, 2012 at 7:38 pm

    Do you know how I can get in touch with the bride? I’d love to purchase those hankies from her for my wedding. Thanks!

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