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Deconstructing the Bouquet

Capturing Your Story Wooden Circles of Love The Second Time Around

The Evolution of Cakes

Love Rocks

Finding the Perfect Dress A Nesting Affair The Magic of Caliber Oak Tailored to Your Tastes Planning a Destination Wedding Event Info & Advertiser’s Index

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Dear Readers, Wedding traditions change with each new generation. Brides and grooms are no longer committed to follow their parents’ idea of what a wedding should be. From how they meet, become engaged, and plan their wedding—everything is an extension of their personalities. In this year’s Temple Bridal Showcase issue, learn about how to create the wedding of your dreams that reflects who you are. From finding the perfect dress to planning the ceremony and reception venue, locally or destination, ordering flowers, a cake or finding the right photographer, the Bridal Showcase issue introduces you to new ideas that reflect the bride and groom of the 21st century. Let’s start with the flowers. What goes into making a bridal bouquet? Today’s bouquet goes beyond mums and daisies and incorporates a variety of flowers that create a fusion of color and fragrance. Learn how a bridal bouquet comes together from Giselle Callahan of Lovely Leaves Floral Design, Page 8. Posing for bridal photos is nice, but capturing a moment as it happens creates a photo journal of one of the most important moments in your life. Photographers Brenda Lanig and Scott Darling share their ideas on creating wedding photos for the new millennium, Page 12. A new trend in wedding rings is the wooden ring that can be created from a piece of wood that may hold a personal memory for you. James Culpepper’s original designs of wooden rings give brides and grooms an option from traditional gold, silver, platinum or titanium, although metals could be incorporated, Page. 18. Love the second time around. It happens more and more every day. People of all ages are meeting that special someone through non-traditional methods, being reconnected with past loves, and finding their soul mate. For Julie Navarro and Ernie Camarena, what started out as a casual online friendship became a lifelong commitment and the blending of two families, Page 21. Today’s wedding cakes come in a variety of themes, colors, textures and flavors. From the simple to the sublime, wedding cakes and groom cakes are a reflection of a couple’s persona, Page 24. When do you know you’ve found the right dress? Come along with our bride as she tries on a variety of gowns that fit and flatter her figure, and the ‘aha’ moment when she finds the right dress, Page 48. When Megan and Wesley Wiegresse designed their wedding, they wanted to share a part of themselves with their guests. Megan, an avid bird watcher, and Wesley, a soon-tobe ornithologist created decorations that brought their passion for their winged friends indoors, Page 52. If it’s magic you are looking for, take a ride over to the Chapel at Caliber Oak in Salado. Feel the stresses of the 21st century slip away when you drive onto the property. The Chapel is the perfect venue for an elegant, rustic ceremony and reception, Page 56. Wherever you are in your busy day, take a break, pour yourself a cup or glass of your favorite summertime beverage and enjoy these and other stories in the July 2016 Bridal Showcase magazine.

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BOUQUET What’s the difference between a shimmer rose and a spray rose? What time of year is your favorite flower available? And how can you create a beautiful bouquet on a budget? We go through this arrangement piece by piece to provide you with the information you need to plan your big day.

Story by GISELLE CALLAHAN of LOVELY LEAVES FLORAL DESIGN Pictures by JULIE NABOURS on location at LA RIO MANSION, BELTON

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Spray Roses are tiny roses that come three to five blooms per stem and come in almost any color. They are commonly used in wedding and everyday florals as they are available year round. Lemon Leaf is a nice, kelly green color—a pretty choice perfect for any budget and available year round. While we’ve used it sparingly in this bouquet, more greenery can help save money on wedding flowers. Dahlias are another seasonal favorite and burgundy blooms in this bouquet are sure to make a statement. They also come in blush and cream, yellow and orange, white and a cool variety of other shades and are in season May-November. Astilbe is lovely and adds beautiful texture to any bouquet or arrangement. It comes in blush, ivory and deep red and is available April through January. Peonies are everyone’s favorite and sure to impress. The large white flower features fluffy, soft petals and has the most amazing scent. Peonies come in a wide variety of colors and are guaranteed to be available late April through June and mid October through January. Sweet Pea is a soft, delicate flower shown here in blush with a fragrant smell. They have shorter stems and tend to be more fragile and are available in blush, lavender and white from March through August. Lisianthus are a classic favorite characterized by delicate flowers with soft petals. They are available in a white, soft pink, purple and lilac and are in season year round. Silver Dollar Eucalyptus is in high demand for 2016 and 2017 weddings. It is the favorite greenery amongst brides across the country and gives an organic, rich feel to any arrangement. Normally available year round, with high demand, availability varies in order to maintain quality. Shimmer Roses are a new variety of peach rose characterized by large head with a high petal count for a standard rose. You’ll be happy to find that this variety is available year round. continued 10

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Stock is a tall flower adding soft texture to bouquets and centerpieces with colors including white, peach/blush, butter yellow, burgundy, lilac, purple and fuchsia. Stock is available year round. While particular flowers are in season at different times throughout the year, the shape and style selected for this bouquet are perfect for weddings year round. The bouquet has a very natural, organic style and is designed in a loose, round shape which is popular right now and works with most budgets. Other shapes include classic round, oval and cascading and this year we are designing more and more bouquets without a set shape and a foraged, hand-picked feel. For more floral inspiration follow @gisellecallahan on Instagram or like Lovely Leaves on Facebook. www.lovelyleavesfloral.com

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YOUR STORY Your wedding day is packed with special moments charged with emotion. There’s the nervousness and anticipation you feel as you slip on your dress and put the finishing touches on your hair and makeup; the deep breaths you’ll take to calm yourself just before you walk down the aisle, and the rush that comes over you as you’re introduced for the first time as a married couple. Hiring a wedding photographer is crucial in preserving all these memories. A good photographer will capture more than just images of the day, he or she will be able to tell a story that will last for generations to come. continued

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Brenda Lanig, of Brenda Lanig PhotoART, has noticed an increasing number of brides and grooms who are breaking the traditional rules of weddings in favor of personalizing their wedding day and engagement sessions to tell their unique story. “They’re able to say, ‘This is who I am,’” Lanig said. “A good wedding planner can help carry them in that direction and a good photographer can encourage them to bring things like décor or props we can use in pictures.” The ways to show your individuality are endless. Lanig

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recounted a recent engagement shoot where a Texas dirt track racing duo brought their helmets and a giant black and white checkered flag to tell their story. A dirt road helped set the scene. At a different engagement session where the groom was a member of a Christian punk rock band, Lanig encouraged him to rock out with his guitar for the camera. Lanig also witnessed a bride on her wedding day who wore the class ring of her brother who had passed away. It allowed her to carry him with her on one of the biggest days of her life. Along with special touches like these, Lanig said couples can use their cake, flowers or include a salute to their alma mater at their wedding. Your photographer will use these elements, along with the subtle details of the day, to complete a story. “I am looking for energy, emotion, light, the highlights on her hair,” said Lanig. “I don’t know how to explain it, other than that it’s innate. You have to have a feel for it to be really good at capturing a story.” After the wedding Lanig will design an album so the memories can be preserved and passed on. Couples may opt to purchase wall art, too.

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Before any of this can happen, couples must book their wedding day photographer. When doing this, Lanig strongly recommends investing in a professional, rather than trusting the job to a friend or family member. She said you want to hire someone with the kind of equipment that, from the back of a church sanctuary, can capture the intimate details of a groom nervously twirling the ring on the bride’s finger or giving her a sneaky little wink to calm her nerves. “When you’re looking at your budget, you want to equally distribute, or widely distribute your funds – for the venue, the alcohol, the food, and the things that make it a wonderful party and a wonderful reunion for everyone,” said Lanig. “Yet, you want to have something at the end for yourself, something to give you a synopsis of the day.” Lanig’s packages range in price from $1,500 to $3,500 and she recommends booking about nine months to a year in advance. For more information, visit blanigphotoart.com.

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Finding the right photographer for your wedding can take a lot of time and research. Each photographer has a unique style and storytelling ability. For Scott Darling, of Scott Darling Photography, telling the couple’s story begins with a connection between the couple and the photographer. Darling likes to first meet with a couple in person and talk to them about how they met and what they are looking for in a photographer. This allows the photographer and the couple to determine whether they are the right fit for each other. Darling has found the engagement session to be a great tool in getting a couple comfortable in front of the lens so they can learn to be themselves and let their personalities show through both the engagement and wedding photos. “For the couple, it’s a good way to see how the photographer works and to get to know the photographer, as well,” said Darling. The engagement sessions have played such a big part in improving the connection between the photographer and the couple that, as of the past six months, Darling has started to include an engagement

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session in all of his wedding photography packages. Before capturing the wedding day, Darling will ask his clients whether there are any important pictures they would like to have. Perhaps a bride is wearing her grandmother’s ring or has incorporated an old family heirloom into her dress or the décor – a wedding photographer will need to know about these elements to include them in the story. A first look can also provide a special time for a bride and groom to relax and show their true selves in their photos. “It’s a lot more intimate, so they can really talk,” Darling said. “He can look at the dress, he can get a better look. There are a lot of emotions with that, as well.” Darling said the first look is becoming more common and people are becoming more familiar with it as they let go of the superstition that a groom should never see a bride before she walks down the aisle. When Darling arranges a first look, he finds a quiet, intimate location for the bride and groom to be alone. The photographer and videographer, if one was hired, will stand away from the couple, capturing the

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moment they first see each other on their wedding day. Once the wedding is over, the couple can look forward to seeing all the images telling the story of their day. Recently, Darling said he observed many brides opting to keep only digital copies of their photos, but he sees them moving away from that now. “A lot of people are now starting to request prints, which is a good thing because now they can put these pictures on the wall, they can put them on their mantle,” said Darling. Darling’s packages range in price from $1,595 to $3,995. He recommends booking about one year in advance. For more information, visit scottdarlingweddings.com.

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Story by DANIELLE EVERETT Images courtesy of The Wooden Room

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he wedding ring’s circular shape will forever be a symbol of unending love. But the style and appearance of today’s rings are everevolving. Wooden rings have become increasingly popular and Central Texas woodworker, James Austin Culpepper, has seen the trend first-hand. He said he has crafted about 100 wooden rings over the past two years. “I don’t see a lot of people

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making them, so it’s pretty unique,” he said. “I like the way it’s customizable.” Culpepper runs his woodworking business out of his Bell County home, just north of Rogers, and does much of his business online. The process to create a ring typically takes anywhere from two weeks to a month depending on the design. It all begins with a bride or groom’s custom order. “If someone has something in mind and they can dream it up, I’ll figure out how to make it,” Culpepper said. Customers first work with Culpepper to determine the type of wood they want. He said he has worked with woods as unique as pink ivory and rosewood, to woods as familiar as local oak or pecan. “I order all kinds of exotic lumbers,” he said. “I can make lumber from trees locally, too. If you have a tree that fell down on your property or where you grew up and it’s meaningful, I can take a piece from that and make a ring out of that.” Customers may also choose to add metal to their wooden ring, such as gold, aluminum or titanium.


“I actually did a rosewood ring with titanium recently and that was one of the coolest ones, the way it turned out,” said Culpepper, as he talked about some of his most unusual projects. Next, the bride or groom must determine his or her ring size, which can be tricky. Wooden rings do not always fit in the same way as metal, so sizing is particularly important, Culpepper said. From there, Culpepper gets to work in his shop – creating a piece as individual as the bride or groom. “There are so many different ways I can make them,” he said. “I try to make them as thin as possible so they’re durable.” Working with a material like wood makes it easy for each ring to truly be oneof-a-kind, as each piece of wood will never be quite like another. But for couples set on matching rings, Culpepper said he is able to create rings that are nearly identical. The wood also offers a slightly different feel than that of a metal ring.

“It’s a lot lighter usually, especially for a man’s ring

because the wood doesn’t weigh as much,” Culpepper said. “It doesn’t shift around your finger as much.” While people may find these features attractive, Culpepper said people should know that with the rings’ uniqueness, comes a unique way to care for the jewelry. Culpepper does not recommend regularly wearing a wooden ring in the

water to swim, shower or wash dishes. However, Culpepper said he is able to repair scratches to the finish as well as long-term wear and tear. The wooden rings range in price from about $45 for the most basic ring to about $200 or more for a more intricate design. For more information on Culpepper’s rings visit www.thewoodenroom.com. TEXAPPEALMAG.COM

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Today’s wedding cakes are not all flowers and butter cream. They are textured or smooth, soft as a cloud or evoking an image of marble. There are naked cakes, lace cakes and stadium cakes. Brides no longer have to follow the same

tradition of their grandmother’s where all the cakes are the same—tiered with pillars and butter cream roses. Twentyfirst century wedding cakes are sophisticated in design, limited only by your imagination, and full of personality. photo by Dani Cowan Photography


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finding the PERFECT dress

Every bride knows it – that undeniable feeling that overcomes her when she is certain she’s found the dress. She’s glowing, maybe even a little teary-eyed, and her smile lends an extra element of light to the room. The feeling is not unlike the one she may have had when she realized she’d found the person she wanted to marry. continued

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On this page: Dawnelle Wedding Dress by Sottero and Midgley. Lightweight tulle ball gown with embroidered lace. Bodice and skirt feature lace adorned with Swarovski crystals and pearls. Sweetheart neckline and zipper over inner corset closure. Pictured in ivory. On previous page: Allure, Style 9264. Lace and charmeuse satin gown with a fit and flare silhouette. Lace appliquĂŠs frame sheer netting on the back of the dress. Pictured in gold over ivory.

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On opposite page: Casablanca, Style 2112 in ivory. A-line gown with a ruched sweetheart bodice. Accented with beaded lace appliquĂŠs. Draped tulle gives the illusion of a split skirt. This page: The Dawnelle Wedding Dress by Sottero and Midgley. On bridesmaid, Bill Levkoff, style 1161 in Petal Pink. Chiffon high neck sleeveless gown with diagonal pleats embellishing the bodice. Button closure at neck with a large keyhole back. Ruched cummerbund accents the waist. Soft gathers surround the skirt.

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choose to have their ceremony outdoors, with the party in the chapel or their ceremony in the chapel and the party outdoors. The chapel can seat up to 100 guests for the ceremony then be converted to a reception room; and 175 guests for outdoor weddings.

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photo by Jordon Overturf The Chapel is air-conditioned and offers a full working kitchen for caterers. A selection of elegant table settings, linens, glassware and cutlery are available to rent. But brides beware. Your association with The Chapel at Caliber Oak doesn’t end after you say “I do.” The relationships forged by the Thomssens and their bridal parties continues as many of their brides return to work as staff for other weddings. And each year as their wedding family grows Caliber Oak hosts a homecoming that brings together the brides and grooms of the past to celebrate love, friendship and camaraderie. The Chapel is booked anywhere from three weeks to two years out, depending on what time of year you want to get married. Rick Thomssen said they host a wedding nearly every other weekend, and some months every weekend is booked with either a charity event or wedding. For more information, visit www.caliberoaks.com or call 254-718-0680.

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