Kelsey and Seth’s Rustic Vintage Cross Timbers Winery Wedding

One of the best aspects of my job is being surrounded by amazing families during one of the most important time in their lives.  I really get to see love embodied in its truest form and it is a very humbling experience.

Kelsey & Seth Granda’s rustic/vintage wedding at Cross Timbers Winery in Grapevine, TX was one of those beautiful moments.  The respect and love that exuded from their family and friends in support of their upcoming nuptials was felt by all who were privileged to be apart of their special day.  Not only in emotional support, but in demonstration during the wedding.  Kelsey’s sister and maid of honor, Jourdin, designed the wedding invitations and programs while a family friend handled the printing.  A close friend of the family officiated the ceremony.  A long time friend performed “I Have and I Always Will” by Dave Barnes during the family and wedding party processional.  Members of their wedding party played “Forever Like That” by Ben Rector, and “Arithmetic” by Brooke Fraser while the guests and the bridal party partook in communion.  Finally, Kelsey’s dad played the guitar while she and Seth had their first dance to “Making Memories Of Us” by Keith Urban.  Let’s also not forget that her dad announced the entire wedding party using his own special descriptions for each of them.  When Kelsey was asked about these wonderful contributions she simply replied “It’s so powerful when your best friends and your family aren’t only supporting you by standing up there with you, but they also usher guests into moments of tranquility, sweetness, and holiness.  That was very, very special.”

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Personal details were adorned tastefully throughout the wedding.  As a sweet token of appreciation, Kelsey proudly displayed her mother and grandmothers’ wedding gowns along with their pictures beside each dress as a way of honoring them for paving the way for their future generations.


Kesley and Seth’s favorite desserts of banana pudding, pocket pies by ZenZero and cupcakes by Sprinkles Cupcakes were served in lieu of a traditional wedding cake.  Her grandmother’s lace dollies, silver overlay vases and milk vases were lovingly placed on the guests’ tables.  Daisies, Kelsey’s favorite flower, were part of the colorful yellow, ivory, peach and touch of grey floral by DIRT.

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Kelsey made a few of her own décor pieces that helped tie her theme together.  Inside the barn, she hung large burlap fabric w/ various sized pinwheels along the walls.  She made fabric banners to be hung as backdrops outside.


Who would have known that when they met 4 years and 7 months prior at their school’s orientation week during a concert, they would find the love of their life and say ‘I Do’ forever.  This March wedding was truly the embodiment of unconditional love blessed by God and all those who were there to bear witness.


Other Professionals who helped make this day all Kelsey and Seth dreamed it to be ::

Photographer :: June Bug Company

Lighting :: ES-Events

Rentals :: Rent My Dust