A Wedding at Recoleta Ranch

“I’m from Fort Worth, so getting married at my husband’s family ranch in Edgefield, which has a great southwestern feel, was incredibly special,” Elizabeth said.

September 11, 2021

  • Admittedly, Elizabeth has an obsession with Mexico. Raised in Texas, she was exposed to the Mexican culture every summer on family trips there. Subtle touches, including Lev’s suspenders, pay tribute to the culture she adores.
  • The first year the couple dated, Lev lived in New Orleans. The 12-piece traditional New Orleans style brass band, Big Blast and the Party Masters, played big band tunes such as “When the Saints Go Marching In” in true street marching band fashion as the couple and their guests moved from the ceremony to the reception.
  • The bride also adores fresh Mexican food. Tastefully Yours incorporated those flavors in a menu around the couple’s favorite dishes.

The Details

Season — Fall
Planning Time — 15 months
Event Planner — Wesley Cadle Events
Invitations Alexis Johnson, Tara Cisneros and Wesley Cadle Events
Hair and Makeup — Robin & Taylor, The Lex Studio
Florals — Wesley Cadel Events
Cake Dianna Tornow Cakes
CateringTastefully Yours
Ceremony — Recoleta Ranch
Reception — Recoleta Ranch
Photography — Becca Jones Photography

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