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Luisa Bravo, the daughter of Luisa Pulido and Eduardo Bravo, and Jose Sierra, son of Paloma Candia and Alberto Sierra, were recently joined in marriage in Santa María Tonatzintla, in Cholula, Puebla. Inspired by their shared passion for design and decoration, the couple selected a rustic, indigenous baroque church for their ceremony.Read More
They met over music and the rest, as they say, is history. When Ellie Leeper of San Antonio, the daughter of Rossana and Harry Leeper, and Dan Morrison of Chicago, the son of Judy and David Morrison, started their married life in front of family and friends, their love of the performing arts also joined them in their new lives together.Read More
It was an elegant evening when Burkley Anne Wombell, daughter of Robin and John Wombwell of Houston, wed Jonathan Calvert Fitzsimons, son of Blair and Joseph Fitzsimons of San Antonio. St. John the Divine Church was blooming with greenery and white roses for the perfect wedding ceremony.Read More
Over the course of two eventful days in Austin, hundreds turned out for a non-stop parade of things Austin is most known for: fun, fashion, music and sport. The 4th annual Mack, Jack and McConaughey once again pulled out all the stops for a tour-de-force for those fortunate enough to be a part of this memorable experience.Read More
Summer season has arrived and wedding bells are ringing incessantly. While a wedding is an exciting time, it can also be filled with stress and expectations. When it comes to planning, coordinating logistics, and managing dynamics amongst family members – the preciousness of this sacred event can quickly turn into a likely setting for bride and groomzillas to grab control.Read More
The San Antonio Museum of Art recently honored Karen Johnson Hixon, her generous support to innumerable causes benefitting our city and our state, and her own contagious Passion for Art, the gala evening’s theme. A committed naturalist and a champion of the arts, Johnson has worked tirelessly to make the joy of art accessible to all, nurturing the San Antonio Museum of Art into a world-class museum while serving for more than two decades on its board.Read More