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5 Questions in 5 Minutes: Alfred’s Catering

Alfred’s Catering has been serving up delicious food with impeccable service for years. We sat down with Owner, Alfred Engstrand this week to talk about his company values, planning advice and favorite client story!

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5 Questions in 5 Minutes: La Bonne Vie Ranch

Choosing a wedding venue is the first step for successful wedding planning. This week we spoke with Erika Henderson, Venue Coordinator with La Bonne Vie Ranch on what makes their amazing venue special, wedding traditions and favorite client stories.

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5 Questions in 5 Minutes: Chef to Table

If you want your wedding guests to rave about the food, all while you enjoy impeccable service, be sure to consider Chef to Table for your wedding catering. This week we spoke to Chef Owner, Sarah Rodriguez about what makes her company special, wedding trends and her favorite client story.

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5 Questions in 5 Minutes: Ever After Studio

Choosing your wedding photographer is an important step in the wedding planning process. You want someone reliable, easy to work with, and passionate about weddings. Consider Ever After Studio, wedding photographer in the Austin and San Antonio area.

We recently sat down with owner Matt Kittrell and talked inspiration, planning advice and his favorite part of the job!

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5 Questions in 5 Minutes: GREY FOX Photography

The right wedding photographer makes all the difference in preserving the memories of your wedding day. This week we spoke to Bobby Foxx of GREY FOX Bridal Photography Studio about his planning advice, wedding background and what makes his company special.

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5 Questions in 5 Minutes: Hen & Thistle Grassroots Artisan Bakers

If you’re looking for a wedding baker with both exceptional style and taste, look no further than Hen & Thistle Grassroots Artisan Bakers. This week we spoke with owners Melissa Fritz and Stephane Leopoldo about their pastry business, what inspires them and what they love about being wedding bakers.

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5 Questions in 5 Minutes: Thistlewood Manor & Gardens

Finding the right Austin wedding venue can take time doing research, making phone calls, compiling info, and going on on-site visits. And when you find a wedding venue that is not only beautiful but has everything you need from catering to linens all in one location – it’s like venue gold!

Enter Thistlewood Manor & Gardens. This beautiful Austin wedding venue may just be your ideal wedding location. We recently spoke with owner Ginny Louise on the many amenities and services they provide, planning tips, and what makes this wedding venue truly unique. 
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5 Questions in 5 Minutes: Vintage Villas

Looking for the right Austin wedding venue at the right location with the right amenities? Look no further than Vintage Villas Hotel & Events. This beautiful Lake Travis wedding venue is stacked with amenities and includes an incredible view.

We recently sat down with Sales Director, Erika Tucker to talk about what makes their wedding venue unique, planning tips and why she loves her job.

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5 Questions in 5 Minutes: JK Ranch Wedding Venue

From scenic views to rustic charm, JK Ranch Wedding Venue is ideal for weddings with country heart. But what makes it great is this people! This week we spoke to owners Kellie & Jimmie John Durant about their wedding venue, planning advice, and what makes their venue so special.

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5 Questions in 5 Minutes: Sugar Shaker Bakery

What desserts you’re using for your wedding is the sweetest decision you get to make for your wedding day. You want a wedding baker that is both creative and reliable. This week we sat down with Rada Sam with Sugar Shaker Bakery to talk about wedding trends, their services and great planning advice.

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