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Update: In light of COVID-19, we wanted to let you know our wedding is going forward as planned. As always, your health and safety are our top priority, and we completely understand if you’re no longer able to attend. Please just let us know as soon as possible.
Update: In light of COVID-19, we wanted to let you know our wedding is going forward as planned. As always, your health and safety are our top priority, and we completely understand if you’re no longer able to attend. Please just let us know as soon as possible.
April 3, 2021
San Antonio, TX
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Valarie & Jeffrey

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While you are here you might as well take in the local sites!
San Antonio River Walk

San Antonio River Walk

849 East Commerce Street, San Antonio, TX 78205
, (210) 227-4262

The River Walk, also known as Paseo del Rio, is situated 20 feet below street level and spans 15 miles long. The five miles located in downtown San Antonio is the most popular section of the river, home to shops, museums, hotels, restaurants and more. The stone pathways that make up this particular area are peppered with mariachi bands and river taxis that entertain people while they gaze at the beautiful architecture that surrounds them.

San Antonio Missions National Historical Park

San Antonio Missions National Historical Park

6701 San Jose Drive, San Antonio, TX 78214
, (210) 534-8875

It's not JUST the Alamo folks, San Antonio is actually home to 4 historic Missions. As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, San Antonio Missions National Historic Park preserves four Spanish frontier missions and entices visitors to learn more about San Antonio’s history. Step back 300 years and experience Spanish colonial history while visiting Mission Concepcion, Mission Espada, Mission San Juan and Mission San Jose. All four missions are still home to active Catholic parishes that hold regular services. Keep in mind the missions are spread far apart, but are connected by the San Antonio River Walk Hike and Bike Path.

The Pearl

The Pearl

Pearl Parkway, San Antonio, TX 78215

Just a short drive, bike, or water taxi ride away. The Pearl District is one of San Antonio’s newest and most popular neighborhoods. It’s named after the historic Pearl Brewery, which has since been renovated and reopened into the artsy-boutique Hotel Emma. Filled with historic buildings, unique restaurants, charming gift shops and art galleries, the Pearl District is a true cultural hub. You can jam to live music during the monthly night market, grab a drink or snack at the Bottling Dept Food Hall, listen to a literary reading at the Twig Book Shop, or do some shopping among the independent boutiques all within a few blocks.

San Fernando Cathedral - Light Show

San Fernando Cathedral - Light Show

115 Main Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205
, (210) 227-1297

In town Friday or Sunday evening? This unique video art projection depicts the historical discovery, settlement and development of San Antonio, our wonderful Lone Star State, and United States history. The Saga projection covers 7,000 square feet of light, color and visual narration projected onto the majestic façade of San Fernando Cathedral- the oldest cathedral in the United States. Through the 24-minute journey, it has become a destination for residents, South Texans, national, and international visitors.

Howl at the Moon San Antonio

Howl at the Moon San Antonio

111 W. Crockett Street St., #201, San Antonio, TX 78205
, (210) 212-4770

Check out this piano bar experience right off the Riverwalk, where Valarie and Jeff bonded over a bucket o' drink. Get ready for the most unique nightlife experience in the country! Come sing, dance and howl as the most versatile and talented musicians perform your favorite songs from 80’s rock, 90’s pop and today’s dance hits on pianos, guitars and more in a high-energy show!