Q: How did you meet?
A: Josh and I met through Austin Sports & Social. My company pulled together a kickball team, and I worked with one of Josh's high school classmates. Turns out, not all our trusty co-workers showed up for our first game, so we needed extra players to avoid forfeiting. My co-worker called a couple of his buddies, including Josh, to come play on our team. We all went out to celebrate the victory of our first game. Josh and I shared a moment at the jukebox at Pour House (R.I.P Pour House) and over some Mexican martinis at Trudy's, and the rest is history.
Q: Tell us about your wedding details
A: Prospect House was the second venue we toured, and we knew as soon as we walked in, we were getting married there. The feeling was similar to how we felt when we walked into the home we ended up purchasing together. We assumed that if we got married in the hill country, we'd have to go the rustic barn house route. Prospect House is a beautiful juxtaposition - a modern, architectural masterpiece in the middle of the hill country, so it was the best of both worlds for us.
Q: What was your favorite part of the wedding day?
A: Our favorite part of the wedding, by far, was our first look. An hour before our ceremony, Josh and I saw each other and read our vows in private, while my girlfriends and our mothers peeked from a distance. I walked up behind Josh and embraced him. The moment I wrapped my arms around him, I felt a sigh of relief and felt as if we might float away together. The day-of nerves are inevitable, and we both felt them all melt away as soon as we came together. Not to mention, the photos during this emotional exchange were priceless.
"Lisa did an amazing job capturing our wedding. We didn't provide a shot list, and we got everything we wanted and more. She's truly an artist, and we'd recommend her a million times over."
Thank you Jillian and Joshua for allowing me to be a part of your special day!