Never Take You for Granite | The Bridal Collection Real Bride

By TBC on October 28, 2020
Texas Groom and Bride


Cameron met her Texas sweetheart in geology class. Both being the hard workers they are, they kept running into each other in lab studying. The more Cameron saw Price, the more she got suspicious he did not actually need the extra assistance and began to think he may be a bit creepy. He later messaged her on Facebook admitting he in fact did not need to go to lab; he was actually an engineering major and was simply going with hopes of seeing her. All suspicions aside, Price stole Cameron’s heart, and in true Texas style, he asked her to be his girlfriend at Texas Roadhouse.

Texas Aggie bride and groom



Shortly after these two Aggies fell in love, they spent the summer together in Colorado. Crazy enough, they realized both of their families were from Colorado and actually lived two streets down from each other. Cameron admits that she usually had trouble opening up to people, but with Price, she felt like she could be vulnerable around him and truly be herself. Their love grew naturally while they dated through all of college until Price graduated a semester earlier than Cameron, forcing them to do a bit of long distance romance. A year later, she made the move to San Antonio, Texas, to join Price and the talks of getting married began. 


Just like most summers, they headed to Colorado to be with their families. And as they often did, Price planned a hike with all of their friends. Cameron thought nothing unusual was going on, until she wanted to turn back due to stormy weather but everyone refused. She also jokingly looks back now, thinking how funny it was that every single friend brought their camera. Price proposed at the top of the mountain right before the rain came down. and they could not wait to get started on wedding planning that same week. When they got back from the hike the rest of their friends and family were there to celebrate, and Cameron began the dress shopping journey!

Sottero and Midgley wedding dress details



Cameron’s mom found The Bridal Collection and booked their appointment quickly after the engagement. Going into her initial appointment, she had no idea what she was looking for, but she knew they would have a rustic Texas wedding. She loved every single dress she tried on, but she felt conflicted and disappointed that a few of her bridesmaids were unable to attend the appointment. Fortunately, her maid of honor made a trip to Colorado and with her girl gang in tow. Cameron made a second appointment at TBC, knowing she would be finding her dream dress. She came out in a Sottero and Midgley strapless fit and flare. She absolutely loved it and felt like it was perfect for her. Cameron admits she never cries, but the fact that she could not hold back her tears told her everything she needed to know.

Sottero and Midgley wedding dress in Denver, Colorado



The two Texas lovebirds got married at College Station without even visiting the venue before.  They figured their love started in Texas, so that should be where their marriage would begin. They added subtle hints attesting to their love of the Lone Star State throughout the day. Family is very important to the two of them, so they decided to do the Grand March as a part of their reception. This is a large dance that includes the wedding party and family members. The dance ends up with everyone surrounding the bride and groom, dancing together to show their support of the couple. With no surprise, they also played the Aggies War Hymn, all because two Aggies fell in love.

Texas Aggie Wedding Reception


Photographer – San Angel Photo + Video
Planner – All Things Planned
Hair and Makeup – Naturally Flawless
Bakery – Cakes by Blondie
Wedding Dress and Matching Veil – Sottero and Midgley from The Bridal Collection
Hair Clip – Bel Aire Bridal