Every town has a town Square. It's the place you go to meet someone for coffee or go to a local festival. Loving the quite low-key vibe of the Coleman Vault in Marionville, Missouri is just what Becca and Austin were looking for. This once bank-turned wedding venue offers a cute white gazebo just across the street for a true town square feel.

Coleman Vault - Marionville, MO

Sometimes you meet "The One" at weddings. The mood is set and everyone is wearing their best. Well, for Becca and Austin it gets better than that! The day they met was at their best friend's wedding. She was the Maid of Honor and he was…yup, you guessed it! He was the Best Man! The rest became history until one night after their dinner on their first anniversary at Rico's. He proposed in the car because he knew she wanted it to be private and personal.

Becca and Austin used to go out to concerts and travel in the pre-COVID world but have found themselves tapping into games and improving their cooking skills. In the future, they both would like to travel through Canada and Iceland.

Rebecca and her family chose a DIY wedding style and made the decorations, cake, and floral arrangements. The Bride's dress came from David's bridal. Her mermaid-style sleeveless dress was overlaid in lace and sequins. Her vail was trimmed in beads, sequins, and fell mid-back. The Groom wore a full black tux by Men's Warehouse. Their wedding colors were forest green and white. The bridesmaids chose their forest green velvet dresses on their own at various stores. Eventful Rentals added an elegant touch with white chairs for the ceremony and black table cloths for the reception.

The DJ, Rachelle, kept the music flowing as guest enjoyed drinks and catching up with loved ones. The memorable night ended with a sparkler photo under the street lights.