Red Flag Burn Ban In Effect
Blanco County News
Weather Partly Cloudy 84.0°F (41%)
Entwined 2012 Set to Take Over Blanco and the Hill Country
Wednesday, March 28, 2012 • Posted March 29, 2012

This Wednesday, March 28, Annie Blaylock and Tyler McQueen, the winners of a huge wedding giveaway from Entwined 2012, will arrive right here in Blanco to prepare for a four-day wedding extravaganza.

The winning couple, their family, and friends will be staying at the Best Western Plus Blanco Luxury Inn & Suites, which includes a romantic stay for their honeymoon night.

The weekend's festivities will kick off Thursday night with a welcome party hosted by Old Glory Ranch, coordinated by Bash Events in Wimberley, and catered by Sullivan Street Caterers. Friday will begin with the bride and her attendants attending a bridesmaid luncheon at The Chess Club, and wrapping up the evening with a rehearsal dinner at Uptown Blanco Restaurant.

The wedding day will be filled with fun as the bride and groom join their guests at The Studio at Fischer for their outdoor ceremony and indoor reception catered once again by Sullivan Street Caterers. Hill Country Excursions will be making sure that the wedding party rides in style to their destinations that day.

It all wraps up Sunday with a going away brunch at the Old Blanco County Courthouse. With a Kentucky Derby styled soiree, the guests will enjoy catering by Sullivan Street and stunning rentals provided the entire week by Whim Event Rentals.

For more information, see entwined2012.com.

This article has been read 83 times.
Comments
Readers are solely responsible for the content of the comments they post here. Comments do not necessarily reflect the opinion or approval of Blanco County News. Comments are moderated and will not appear immediately.
Comments powered by Disqus

View the last five weeks.

For more issues, view our issue archive.

Find what you're looking for in our Classified Advertising section.

For Rent (2)Help Wanted (3)
Services (1)

Get it sold, get it rented, and more. Place a classified ad.

Subscribe to the Blanco County News to get local news, school, sports, real estate, and events delivered directly to your mailbox.

Call 830-833-4812 if you have any questions or to subscribe over the phone.