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The Bride. “I chose two dresses — one for the ceremony, and one for the reception. They were both so me, delicate and vintage inspired. Dress and headpiece were both from BHLDN.” – James
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Ring Leader. James’ son Julian served as ringbearer.
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Modern Family. “My ex-brother-in-law, Colin, officiated our wedding. Yes, my ex-husband’s brother. We are all very close. It’s a rare thing but very important to me.” – James
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Sons and Daughters. The flower girls wear Tea Collection dresses and Minnetonka moccasins. The ring bearer wears a Forage tie.
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Honeymoon Sweet. “We stayed at the ranch for a week with our bridal party. Our honeymoon suite? The teepee. It’s air-conditioned, heated and has electricity. That was honeymoon enough for us.” – James
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Cold Feet? Nah. The bride picked up her boots at BHLDN.
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The Groom. Forage custom-made Aubrey’s skinny tie. The jeans are by Black Corpus, and the blazer is by Buckler. Similar Forage ties at BHLDN.
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Flower Child. Milla Plum, James’ daughter, walked the aisle as a flower girl.
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Vows. “I was so nervous about my vows. After the fact, Aubrey told me he was, too. We both just winged it and spoke from the heart. There were tears — and I accidentally swore once during mine. Laughter and tears … There wasn’t a dry eye in the house.” – James
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That’s the Jam. Homemade jam favors by L.A.-based Sqirl, available online at Vintage china, mismatched flatware and colorful cocktail glasses were rented from
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Let’s Celebrate. Local band Poor Pilate played during dinner, which was catered by Royers Café in Round Top and Bolo Pizza out of Austin brought the gourmet, wood-fired pizza oven.
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True Bleubird. James and Aubrey’s daughter Birdie has since welcomed a little baby brother, Sailor.
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With This Ring. James and Aubrey each wear rings by Brooklyn-based designer Nora Kogan. Similar rings at
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In Bloom. Ashley Bailey of Byrd Collective used a variety of roses in red, creams and pinks.
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