Happy Friday, everyone! Yesterday morning, the blog was wonky for a few hours… so if you missed Part 1 of Bailey & Keith’s wedding, hurryhurry and scroll down to see it! Their ceremony was absolutely gorgeous… totally worth the mouse-finger workout. 🙂
We’re back today to share the second half of Bailey & Keith’s College Station wedding day. Well, I say second “half”… there are a lot more pictures here than in the first half. I just couldn’t help it… between the gorgeous backdrop of the Administration Building on the A&M campus (where we shot the wedding party portraits), and the fabulous dance-party reception, I just couldn’t narrow this blog collection down any further. Hopefully y’all will enjoy them as much as we do!
Such a beautiful group of girls!
And the guys aren’t too bad either. 🙂 Especially considering how warm it was to be outside in College Station in JULY in those suits! Such troopers.
Keith & Bailey’s reception was held in one of the ballrooms at the Memorial Student Center at A&M. The decor was really simple, but combined with beautiful uplighting and the existing gorgeous space, it all came together really beautifully!
This wasn’t our first experience with the Polish tradition of the Grand March, but it was certainly our rowdiest! Somebody in the crowd actually purposefully pinched Mack on the rear! It was hilarious… I hope the unknown culprit enjoyed the experience as much as I laughed at it. 🙂
Thanks to the Texas Twisters for fantastic music all night long. This is a super fun band I’d be thrilled to work with again anytime!
Yes, in the last few pictures, you saw adorable babies, line dances, the groom carrying a guest, and someone who LITERALLY split his pants from dancing. But none of that is as cool to this grandfather who celebrated his win in the “Anniversary Dance” by doing push ups on the dance floor. I’m pretty sure that even in his 70s, he could totally beat me in a push-up contest. YOU GO.
Congratulations, Bailey & Keith! Your wedding was a fantastic party that we enjoyed immensely. We hope your Mexican honeymoon has been just what you needed… and we hope to see you again soon! 🙂