I first met Molly at a darling restaurant in Fredericksburg, Texas, over rain plan tent diagrams and 4 really large BLT’s. At the time, I was helping to design and plan the wedding of her sister, Mackenzie, and we were in the last month of final decision making. Molly was in town, and Mackenzie, Molly, their mother, Lynn, and I all sat down to run through home stretch details. I cannot tell you what a joy it was getting to know these three ladies, and I was so thrilled when Molly reached out again six months later, asking if I would help plan her upcoming wedding and marriage to Kirk.
Molly is originally from Houston and Kirk from Canada, and they had been long-distance dating for over nine years before their engagement. Their unique situation meant that while we we in full planning mode, Molly and Kirk were simultaneously working towards getting Kirk’s citizenship approved and finalized. We picked a date and venue and had all of our fingers and toes crossed that his paperwork would clear in time!
Given Molly and Kirk’s passion for sustainable living, love of the environment and appreciation for a clean and minimal design palette, we built a wedding around the beautiful Texas Hill Country venue, Prospect House, and brought in an incredibly gifted team of artisans to help bring it to life. Floral design, food selection, paper goods design and everything else along the way was based upon a natural and authentic aesthetic, and I could not be more proud of the stunning images captured by the dearest Taylor Lord.
With Kirk’s citizenship clearing just a couple of weeks before the wedding date, it was a truly emotional experience that I am so happy to have been a part of. I adore Molly and Kirk and their families and am so thankful that our paths all crossed.
Design and Styling: Mayhar Design
Photographer: Taylor Lord
Floral Design: Sprout Floral Design
Venue: Prospect House
Paper Goods: Gather and Co.
Makeup & Hair: Makenzi Laine
Linens: La Tavola
Catering: Royal Fig
Cake: Cathy Young