Hanging chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding
Photos by Christina Carroll Photography

Kim and Jeremy planned a fabulously rustic and country-inspired wedding in iconic Luckenbach, Texas under century old pecan trees and chandeliers. From the bride's teal boots to the pair's epic ink, the fashion and beauty is clearly apparent. But when you see the gorgeous decor including the hanging chandeliers from white fabric, the Mason jar wine glasses, and the door frame ceremony entrance, you'll chant more more more. And we're going to give it to you. Get ready to be wowed.

Hanging chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Hanging chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Hanging chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Hanging chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Hanging chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Hanging chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Hanging chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Hanging chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Hanging chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Hanging chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Hanging chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Chandeliers and cowboy boots at this Texas rock 'n' roll wedding

Vendors

Photographer: Christina Carroll Photography • Caterer:Kent Black's BBQ • Beauty: LoLa Beauty • Band: Mayeux & Brossard • Musicians: The Lonnie Lett Show • Equipment Rentals: Whim Event Rentals • Lighting: World Audio & Lights • Event Designer: Bee Lavish • Event Planner: Clearly Classy Events • Floral Designer: Sweet Magnolia Floral Studio • Bakery: Sweet Treets Bakery

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  1. Beautiful wedding! Love that dress and the way it shows off her tattoos. The chandeliers and doorway are pretty great too.

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  2. Love the cowboy boots and the rustic delights in that so-Texas-looking little town. And the ink, yes!

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