Teamwork Makes The Dream Work!!


Teamwork Makes The Dream Work!!

This week we share some photos from our local architect Jamie Crawley, HA Architecture. He paid us a visit at The Cedars to check out progress with the maintenance shed and garden.

"It's a great day for a Texas Hill Country excursion and project site visit. The Cedars Ranch is a 20 acre green wedding venue we are fortunate to be a part of with our collaborators Acre Architects of New Brunswick. This is a sneak peek of initial architecture and garden spaces taking shape ... We are all excited about the look so far ..." - Jamie, HA Architecture

The Maintenance & Garden Shed

As you can see, the Southern Exposure crew have done a great job constructing our beautiful maintenance shed, and bringing the architect drawings to life!

The Garden

We are delighted with the work Dario and his team of stonemasons have done, transforming our garden space, with our very own stone quarried onsite. We can't wait to start planting soon!

Wedding Venue Advertising

In other news, we have started to advertise The Cedars Ranch in popular wedding magazines and online wedding portals. Even though we are still a year away from opening, engaged couples usually book their wedding venue about a year in advance! So we are excited to share with you, that the latest edition of both "The Knot" and "Austin's Wedding Guide" have just recently hit the stands, and feature our ad! Here's a copy of our print ad below! We'd love to hear your feedback!

We are very grateful to everyone that is helping make this dream a reality, and feel very fortunate to be supported by such an awesome team of diverse and talented people!

Until next week,

Bill & Marilyn.

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