The Venue Had to be Sunset Station
As one of San Antonio’s most popular DJ/Entertainment companies, Gaines Entertainment has worked at nearly every wedding venue in the area. One of Winston’s favorites has always been Sunset Station. “I love playing at this venue!” said Winston.
“I proposed at Sunset Station. I tricked Tanya into thinking we were going there to photograph our daughter Mila for Fall photos. We did the fake photo shoot with Dawn Elizabeth Studios for about 30-40 minutes. Once inside, I convinced Tanya to sit on the grand staircase for more photos. Dawn’s cue was to have us go all the way to the top. I let Tanya head up first and as soon as she turned around I was already on one knee. The mariachis appeared out of nowhere, she said yes, and we toasted with tequila.” explained Winston.
For Winston and Tanya the choice was easy. They loved the unique charm of Sunset Station. They wanted to focus on making certain their wedding was fun for all. A moment for everyone to come together and have a good time. They decided they would let the building and all its splendor speak for itself. The linen and floral arrangements were all inspired by the building.
“One of our favorite features inside, is the staircase. So, we had Angie with Evember Floral Design go to town on the railings with foliage. It looked magical!” explained Winston.