STOP what you’re doing and get ready to scroll through Victoria & Dustin’s incredible wedding with me.👇👇
First of all, their venue, Mercury Hall is one of my favorite places in town. It’s a paradise of stained glass, string lights, old trees, and stylish boho vibes.
Victoria & Dustin originally planned to have a much larger wedding, but they scaled it down to a more intimate size, including only their best friends and closest family. From now on, when people ask me if small weddings are fun, I’m going to point to these photos and say “YES. DEFINITELY YES!”
After officially becoming husband & wife at St. Louis Catholic Church, they returned to Mercury Hall to start the party. 🥳 They set up yard games like cornhole and jenga outside, and it got competitive really quickly! Dustin’s family is INTENSE about jenga. The bride & groom’s parents faced off against each other and entertained us all.
After eating dinner (the best nachos I’ve had in my life – shoutout to Serranos), Victoria plugged in her phone and played the greatest hits of line dances and cheesy wedding music. Everyone had a blast letting go of alllll the stress of planning a #CovidWedding and gettin’ down to Cotton Eye Joe and YMCA. And it wouldn’t be an Aggie wedding without an enthusiastic War Hymn at the very end.
I can’t say enough good things about these two and how fun their wedding was. Congratulations, Mr. & Mrs. Smith!
Dustin designed custom Nikes for them both to wear at the reception!
Venue: Mercury Hall
Church: St. Louis King of France Catholic Church
Hair & Makeup: Hannah Zahner Beauty
Floral: Flowers by Debra
Cake: Kayla Knight Cakes