NEW WEST TEXAS — For the past few weeks, bride and groom have been hanging out at the western end of the country to decorate their home for their upcoming wedding.
But this past weekend, it became an event of its own.
“It was my first time being able to get in on it.
I just saw this huge banner with my name and the date on it, and I thought, ‘Man, that’s a lot of money,'” said Lauren Glynn, who had never been a partygoer before.
Glynn, a former student at the University of Texas, was the guest of honor at the event, which was held at a church in the San Antonio area.
The bride and her husband, a retired military officer, paid $10 for the wedding table decorations.
The bride and bridegroom spent most of the weekend at the church, with Glynn’s mother and a couple of friends attending to the couple’s needs while the bride’s friends attended to the bride.
“It was a really fun experience,” Glynn said.
“I’m glad they’re getting married now.
I hope we’ll get more of these.”
While Glynn is happy to see the event taking place in Texas, she’s glad it’s a big deal for other people in the state.
“I just wish that more people were doing it,” Glynne said.
The wedding ceremony was hosted by a Christian church, and while the church didn’t have a wedding booth, the venue was set up with a traditional wooden wedding table set up on top of it.
The table was covered in decorations and hung from a ladder.
Glynne and her friends also took pictures of their wedding with a GoPro camera.
She said the couple also decorated their wedding cake and made their own bouquet of flowers, which she said were the perfect compliment to the table decorations and decorations on the wedding cake.
“We definitely have a lot to celebrate, but I’m just so excited to have my friends and my family here,” she said.GLynne and Glynn are looking forward to celebrating their wedding this weekend.
“My dream is to see it happen in a bigger, better way.
I know they’re happy with it, but we just wanted to be able to celebrate it the way it should be,” she added.
The couple is currently considering whether to renew their wedding vows.
They have received some support from other Christian groups, but they’re unsure if they should be able hold the wedding in Texas.
“You can’t hold it in Texas for the same reasons as in the United States,” GLynne said of the potential of the Texas-specific event.
“They are a state that’s more conservative than the rest of the states.”
The wedding was held in an area that’s been a popular spot for religious gatherings for decades.
However, the bride and the groom have opted to keep the celebration private and in private.