Located just outside of Austin, Real Camino Ranch is the wedding venue of your greenhouse, modern desert Palm Springs in Texas dreams. Say that three times fast. Or in Allie and Michael’s own words: “If the smooth suaveness from Bad Bad News by Leon Bridges and the whimsical emotion from Texas Sun by Leon Bridges came together and had a baby, this would be our vibe.” It might not have been the typical Austin weather we were expecting but this power duo and mega fans of The Office sure brought the heat and all the good vibes to their Real Camino Ranch wedding:
A dress reveal with your biggest fans (dad included). Hands down the most beautiful building church (St. John Neumann Catholic Church) in all of Austin embracing and lifting you as you make it official with your best friend. Not letting the grey skies and the drizzle of Central Texas hold you down as your brilliant smiles and tremendous energy are captured in Super 8mm glory. Emerald green, if ya know what I mean. The tiniest pies and most perfect rolled cigars of your dreams (what a combo). Keeping the greenhouse warm with your high flying moves and booty shakin. Delicious cuts of Super 8mm film.
We might have outdone ourselves a bit with this wedding film, which is to say you’ll want to watch it at least 3×3 times to catch all the details and clever mashups. But as always, none of this beautiful madness could have been possible without the incredible trust of our clients who always turn the fun up to 11.
“We’ve both never felt more like two things could go better together. Peanut butter and Jelly, cheese and crackers, sweet and salty, Jay and Bey, Jim and Pam.” Allie and Michael, you perfect humans, it was such a pleasure to celebrate with y’all.
For another desert wedding: Alex and Rob’s wedding at the Ace Hotel Palm Springs