Photos by Stephania Campos.

Meet the 2024-2025 inRegister Weddings cover couple

The winter wedding of Sarah Beth Saffell and Hayden Fronterhouse wasn’t originally supposed to be in the Capital City. However, Sarah Beth felt that having it in her hometown would make it all the more sentimental, dashing plans for either a Dallas or California celebration.

The magical day began with a ceremony at First Presbyterian Church–Sarah Beth’s childhood church–and a reception at the Capitol Park Museum afterward, all coordinated and fully customized by August Events. Learn more about the couple by reading our full cover story here, and scroll down to hear straight from him and her.

Hear from Him & Her

What is your favorite things about one another?

H: My favorite thing about Sarah Beth is her personality: sweet, loving, caring and always positive and fun. And her faith.

SB: My favorite thing about Hayden is his kindness, patience, humility and compassion. I also love his extremely witty sense of humor. And his hair!

How did you know he/she was the one?

H & SB: It was clear from the beginning that we had the same values. Our relationship has always been so lighthearted, fun and easy, but there is also a depth we share with our faith and worldview.

What is one detail that sticks our when you think back on your wedding day?

SB: It’s hard to choose, but the metallic chinoiserie wallpaper that we used in the stage and bar backdrops was my favorite detail. That was the foundation of our design plan and it brought a sense of romance and warmth to the venue. The floral trees were another detail that was part of my Visio from the beginning. I love how they broke up the space and drew the eye up.

Did you disagree on anything during the planning process?

H & SB: There were really no disagreements. We were pretty laid back about the planning process.

What is one piece of advice that you would give to engaged couples?

SB: A great wedding planner can make all the difference and help you stay focused on your vision throughout the process when there are so many big and small decisions to make.