Winfred O’Neal Tubbs marries sweetheart Rachel Migliore | McNay Museum of Art | San Antonio, Texas

September 1, 2010:

Gorgeous wedding at the McNay Art Museum in San Antonio. Rachel Migliore and Winfred Tubbs tied the knot on the grounds of the Spanish Colonial estate that was once home to Ohio born heiress Marion Koogler. The grounds and buildings now house one of San Antonio’s finest art museums. The McNay boasts several beautiful galleries which display works from Medieval and Renaissance periods through to European and American art works of the 19th & 20th century. Being an art director and a fine art aficionado, the McNay was a natural choice for Rachel. Because of the innate beauty of the location, decor was elegant and light. Delicate peony and hydrangea arrangements graced the tables in antique style mason jars. A classic white fondant cake came to life with pale pink roses and green berry sprigs. After a sun drenched cocktail hour the happy couple celebrated among their many friends and family. One of my favorite Austin wedding bands, the Memphis Train Revue, kept the music going and spirits high all night long. What an amazing evening, thank you for having us as part of your special day! Congratulations Rachel & Winfred!

Many Thanks to the vendors who made this night possible! Gloria Carey of the McNay Art Museum, Memphis Train Revue, Sue of Alamo Plants & Petals, John Kerney of BP Lighting, Randy Cawthon who headed up the amazing security, Illusions Rentals, El Jarro, and Mary Thomas of Studio Zang.

3 Responses to “Winfred O’Neal Tubbs marries sweetheart Rachel Migliore | McNay Museum of Art | San Antonio, Texas”

  1. The bride and father about to walk into the ceremony is amazing! Such a fantastic moment, and you captured it beautifully!!

  2. clydell willis says:

    Beautiful couple!

  3. Jewel says:

    Winfred & Rachel…Congratulations!
    May you have a splendor marriage!…Mt 19:6
    The photos was beautiful…great job!

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