About the wedding

The rescheduling of Lindsay and Scott’s April wedding due to Covid-19, made it that much sweeter when they were finally able to tie the knot at the White Sparrow Barn in Quinlan, Texas on June 14th. With Scott living in San Francisco and Lindsay living in Dallas, Texas- the couple wasn’t able to see each other for the entire quarantine, so it was very important to them to have a setting of total romance on their wedding day. Using a soft floral inspired color palette, and several meaningful details, their wedding planner Marissa Lothschutz, created an intimate and heartfelt experience for all their guests. After a tear filled first look under the oak trees, Lindsay gifted each of her bridesmaids with a hand lettered acrylic “tag” for each of their bouquets, which had one word that described a quality she loved about them- kind, true, present, faithful, and loyal. One of the first wedding ceremonies in "Sparrow’s Landing”, Lindsay’s florist created a romantic secret garden feeling for guests by lining the aisle with floral arrangements and creating a unique planted installation at the “alter” using magnolias, peonies, white O’Hara roses, sweet escimo roses, larkspur, delphinium, quicksand roses, and white majolica spray roses. The groom’s tears set the tone for an emotional ceremony as the bride walked down the aisle with her father in a custom Martina Liana gown and cathedral length veil. Lindsay’s brother custom made Scott’s wedding ring using each of their grandfather’s wedding bands and sandblasting the metal with grains of sand from their recent trip to the Hawaiian island of Kauai. As the couple took sunset portraits in the lavender garden during cocktail hour, guests dined on chips and queso and sipped on signature drinks named after the couple, “The Dogtor (a nod to Lindsay’s recent completion of her PhD in play therapy with children based on her research of using her beloved Golden Retriever in a therapeutic setting) and Barton Skyway (for the groom’s time at the University of Texas in Austin). Lindsay and Scott showcased their dancing skills during their first dance as husband and wife to Ben Rector’s “Still the One”, before guests dined on Tex-Mex and danced the night away to tunes by LeForce. One of the show stopping details was the incredible multi-tiered “growing” cake table display by Butterfly Cakery of six separate wedding cakes by the staircase. Lindsay and Scott wanted their guests to enjoy several flavors of cake, but wanted to maintain the same simple color consistency and romantic feeling for each cake. With differing heights and textures, accentuated by golden calebras and flickering candlelight the couple cut their cake together. Each guest ended the night with a sweet take home box of the cake of their choosing, before the couple set off on their honeymoon in vintage convertible after a sparkler exit to begin their happily ever after together.