Combined with a reception in the Lavender Haus, a 1,800-square-foot limestone barn Becker Vineyards The famous fields of lavender near… Photo-7611090.104705 – San Antonio Express-News Image 3 of 29 Becker Vineyards offers outdoor ceremonies under a magnificent oak tree. Becker Vineyards offers outdoor ceremonies under a magnificent oak tree. Becker Vineyards offers outdoor ceremonies under a magnificent oak… Photo-7611091.104705 – San Antonio Express-News Image 4 of 29 A wedding reception setup at the Retreat at Balcones Spring. A wedding reception setup at the Retreat at Balcones Spring. A wedding reception setup at the Retreat at Balcones Spring. Photo-7611092.104705 – San Antonio Express-News Image 5 of 29 The Retreat at Balcones Springs Couples that loved camp as kids will feel at home at the Retreat at Balcones Springs, which has 42 cabins (yes, some have bunk beds) scattered over 250 acres on the shores of Lake Travis. With a weekend stay, this destination wedding can become an adventure that includes a 903-foot zip line over a private lake, water slides, rope swings, a climbing wall and a bonfire complete with s’mores and cocoa. Wedding venues include outdoor courtyards, dining halls and outdoor pavilions, all with spectacular Hill Country views. 104 Balcones Springs Drive in Marble Falls; 830-693-6639; texasretreat.com/weddings .
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14, 2017, on Facebook. The free wedding will be hosted by Castle Farms with services generously donated from local vendors: A Matter of Taste, Ryan Rousseau Enterprises, A Touch of Spring and Other Things, Last Tangle Salon and Tanning, Weathervane Terrace Inn and Suites, Northern Michigan Ministers, Paxton Photography, and Shutterbooth. Taylor Ramsey and Ryan OByrne, a dual active-duty Navy couple, met while stationed in Pensacola, Florida, in 2015 while working at the naval hospital. The two fell madly and quickly in love, and on Christmas Eve, Ryan proposed. Their joy, however, was short-lived as they learned Taylors fathers esophageal cancer returned and the diagnosis was terminal. The family took a cruise for an end of life celebration where Ryan and his future father-in-law forged a special bond, and Ryan was given his blessing to marry Taylor. Their wedding will not only be a celebration of Taylor and Ryans love and commitment to one another, but also fulfill their dream to have Taylors father walk her down the aisle. This wedding is definitely for Ry and me, but I cant wait to dance to Butterfly Kisses with my dad, Taylor says. Not only did we win for us and our families, but this also helped us raise over $1,000 to help benefit patients at the Karmanos Cancer Institute where my dad received radiation therapy. Taylor and Ryan are the fourth couple to win a free castle wedding in the Castles annual Military Wedding Giveaway . About Castle Farms Located in the beautiful resort community of Charlevoix, Michigan, Castle Farms offers the ultimate setting for Northern Michigan weddings and receptions, in addition to corporate and private events. The Castle, which was built in 1918, features stone towers, romantic courtyards, and gardens based on European design.
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