The bride wore a pale green and rosy orange summer dress. The groom tucked his long, dark braid behind a silky yarmulke.
His utility kilt looked perfectly at ease as the free-spirited couple exchanged eclectic vows beneath a chuppa composed of twisted branches and crimson gourds gathered from the grounds of their rural homestead in southeastern Travis County.
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CORRECTION: A caption in this story has been updated to note that Alia Severine and Wesley Schumacher were not married at the same spot as the Collins couple.