Round Top Wedding Wear
It’s the season for a Round Top wedding. Blushing brides, dashing grooms, happy friends and families are gathering somewhere beautiful. Maybe it’s on the square in Round Top, at Festival Hill or at Rachel Ashwell’s The Prairie. Perchance it’s at one of the local churches or one of the Painted Churches — Catholic or Lutheran. Maybe the site is a lush backyard or sprawling ranch. The event might be small and intimate or involve half the county, a Grand March and a polka band.
Regardless of the setting, an impending nuptial raises an age-old question for every woman on the guest list: “What do I wear?”
For the answer, the Register turned to four of our fashion-forward advertisers:
195 Henkel Circle, Round Top
Flair & Co.
127 W. Travis St., La Grange
The Junk Gypsy Headquarters
1215 So. State Highway 237, Round Top
303 No. Washington St., Round Top
They can dress you from head to toe, helping you select the outfit and accessorize it, so your look sizzles and pops.
This wedding season celebrate the hopeful power of love in high Roundtopolis style.
A special thanks goes to Susanne Maida, Kai Jai Conner, Deb Dergins and Janell Lairmore of the Round Top Inn for hosting us while we shot on the Inn’s beautiful grounds for this special story.
“When you realize you want to spend the rest of your life with a person, you want the rest of your life to start as soon as possible.” When Harry Met Sally
“Soul mates. It’s extremely rare, but it exists. It’s sort of like twin souls tuned into each other.”What Dreams May Come
by Katie Dickie Stavinoha
Photos by Anna Spencer Morse, Grace Photography