Remember when your man placed a ring on your finger and your heart nearly burst? Before you knew it you were calling on the gals who have been there for you through thick and thin, who supported you through your highs and lows, and the ones you know always bring the fun.
Category: “Laurel Loves”
At The Laurel, we get a sneak peek into the role a mother plays for every bride and groom — an important role that we know started long ago. Knowing the depth of love moms have for their children, they show such strength and courage as they send their babies off to start their own families (Cue the tears! Sniff!).
With over 4,500 square feet of hardwoods, soaring architectural trusses and a beautiful Austin stone fireplace, The Laurel’s Great Hall not only transports your guests to an incredible Hill Country resort setting but provides plenty of room for you to invite every close friend.
It may be concerns about the weather (what if it rains?) or inspired by tradition (it’s what our parents did!) or simply because this is the one time in your life you can honestly sing, “Going to the chapel and we’re gonna get married!” and mean it — whatever your reason, getting married in a wedding chapel is a timeless and beautiful tradition.
One of the loveliest statements a bride can make on her wedding day is the one she holds in her hands: her bouquet.
Traditionally, a few important wedding day details are held sacred by the bride. Keeping to herself the special touches of her bridal look, she wants her groom to be surprised when he sees her for the first time. And boy is it always worth it! The look in his eyes — from tears to sheer joy — proves how breathtaking a groom’s first look can be.
A natural background, fresh air, the sun shining warmly on your face — all perfect reasons for having an outdoor ceremony.
Author William Arthur Ward said, “Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.” So in the spirit of Thanksgiving, we can’t help but express our deepest gratitude for all who have made The Laurel home for their most important events.