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Jenna Lee & Ty LeBlanc

By guruscottyAugust 17, 2023No Comments

Jenna Lee
& Ty LeBlanc

Photography by Kassie Moore Photography

F​or Jenna and Ty LeBlanc, their journey to the altar was meant to be savored. After five years of creating a strong foundation built on shared passions and a deep connection, they both knew they wanted to grow old hand-in-hand. As the wedding bells began to ring, the enchanting city of San Miguel de Allende became the perfect destination for their November nuptials. With the vibrant colors of San Miguel serving as the inspiration for their wedding palette, the “Viva LeBlanc!” theme embraced the lively spirit of the celebration. The days leading up to the wedding were filled with cultural experiences and quality time with loved ones, including the kickoff “Paloma Party,” the Callejoneada (a traditional wedding parade), exploring the market, family basketball games and more. The wedding day itself was a culmination of love, color and dazzling moments. Dear friends officiated the ceremony, and personalized escort cards in the form of fresh floral headpieces and tie clips embraced guests as part of the decor. “We wanted our guests to be included in the decor of the night because their presence was the most beautiful part of the evening,” Jenna says.

COWTOWN ROOTS Both Fort Worth locals, Jenna owns Winton and Waits on South Main Street and has a passion for design. Ty, a builder, also has an eye for design, so it was fitting that it was in Round Top where Ty surprised her with a proposal, marking the beginning of their wedding journey. PALOMA PARTY The festivities kicked off with a “Paloma Party”, a welcome cocktail party where guests wore pink attire and raised their glasses, reciting a Mexican toast they would repeat throughout the weekend.

As the sun set, the wedding reception came alive with hundreds of votive candles illuminating the tent. The centerpiece, designed by Jenna, and the garland runners created a floral wonderland. Surprise performances, including an electrifying flash mob dance by the couple and their extended family, were some of the most unforgettable moments of the night. The weekend concluded on Sunday with a champagne send-off. “It was the weekend that no one wanted to end,” Jenna says. And as the newlyweds raised their glasses, surrounded by loved ones and hearts overflowing, they joined in unison one last time, “Arriba, abajo, al centro, y pa dentro!”

LOVE TRAIN A traditional wedding parade, a Callejoneada, filled the streets as guests donned floral headpieces and enjoyed the sounds of a mariachi band. FLASH MOB For months before the wedding, Jenna, Ty and their extended family had been learning a flash dance, which they all broke into during the first dance.

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