This is a 2 part blog post about my time at the historic Mission Concepcion in San Antonio. If you missed Part 1, you’ll definitely want to check it out here.
While my previous blog post was dedicated to the bridal portraits, this one is highlighting the gorgeous details, tablescape, and real life couple who were serving up killer “Game of Thrones”/”Beauty and The Beast”/”Greek Goddess” vibes. Let’s just say that if you’ve never considered having a cape for your wedding dress, this post will probably change your mind.
After exploring these beautiful grounds, I’ve decided that should Marc and I ever actually have our vow renewal, it will be at a gorgeous historic building like this. I’m not religious by any means, but I can definitely appreciate the architecture and the sentiment behind the Mission.
Mission Concepcion was built in the 1700s and is considered one of the best preserved sites in the U.S. Its stunning Spanish colonial facade made the perfect backdrop for Taylor’s vision. Fresh fruits and gorgeous florals adorned the family-style table; turquoise candles added a pop of color against the stone walls. Stefani & Zane’s chemistry was fierce, yet intimate all the same.
I think the photos can speak for themselves, so without further ado: here’s Part 2!
As always, all my love to the incredible vendors involved. My favorite part of styled shoots is seeing fellow creatives’ ideas come to life. Taylor, you knocked it out of the park <3
Venue: Mission Concepcion, San Antonio // Photography: Swan Photography // Planning & Design: Taylor Olivares + Rachel Rose Events // HMUA: Taylor Glam & Aria Glam // Bridal Gown + Cape: A & Be Bridal Shop Dallas // Florals: Gardenia // Decor: Warehouse Rose Events // Linen: AM Linen Rental // Couple: Stefani + Zane