Stacy & Ritchie: A Four Seasons Affair
Stacy and Ritchie tied the knot on May 26, 2017 at the gorgeous Four Seasons Austin Hotel. The ceremony was held outside on the lawn, and a beautiful mix of white and peach rose petals lined the aisle. Just before Stacy walked down the aisle, the guests were entertained by the canine ring bearer. The guests were in for a true surprise as Stacy walked down the aisle escorted by Texas Longhorn coach, Mack Brown! Nothing, however, could take the place of how beautiful Stacy truly looked.
The bride wore a beautiful gown with a bateau neckline and trumpet bodice, and carried a hand-tied bouquet of peach and raspberry garden roses with a light mix of greenery. Her bridesmaids wore gold sequin gowns and carried smaller versions of the bridal bouquet. Hair and makeup was provided by Kara Sanchez Beauty.
When Stacy and Ritchie's vows were complete, they shared their first kiss as husband and wife under a lush canopy of trees. Talk about romantic!
After the ceremony, guests made their way to cocktail hour in the foyer and enjoyed mariachi music, as well as his and hers signature drinks! After cocktail hour guests were escorted into the ballroom.
We loved so many things about the entrance to the reception! The Stems Floral Design team created a stylish mono-botanical setting that complimented the elegant seating chart by Peach Paper and Design!
The reception tables were beyond gorgeous with gold tones, lush centerpieces, and modern hexagonal table numbers! The bright and bold gold chargers were provided by Monarch Event Rentals, the custom menus were created by Peach Paper and Design, and the dazzling hexagonal table numbers were created by Scripted Ever After.
As guests took their seats, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Berrones were announced and entered the ballroom while Groove Knight played "Big Pimpin" by Jay-Z. The couple then shared their first dance while the band played "Let's Stay Together" by Reverend Al Green.
Each layer of Stacy and Ritchie's four tiered cake was brushed with gold, adorned with pink roses, and the very top layer rested beneath a hand-lettered "Stacy & Ritchie" gold cake topper.
As the night progressed, the guests and bridal party danced to an array of top 40 songs by Groove Knight, and were treated to a late night snack.
The couple exited through streamers tossed by their friends and family wishing them the best marriage possible. Stacy and Ritchie's final piece of entertainment was leaving in an antique getaway car provided by Austin Classic Limo!