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About Lagniappe Weddings

Lagniappe Weddings was established in 2003 by twin sisters Trudy Baade and Sarah Pittman. So, why the name Lagniappe; a French creole word meaning “a little something extra”? A household term used often in their home state of Louisiana, Trudy and Sarah strive to bring this to each wedding and uphold the meaning of Lagniappe! read more

  • Ryan and Robb

    Ryan and Robb
    College sweethearts, Ryan and Robb married in their college hometown of Fort Worth, TX. Surrounded by family and friends, they planned their romantic ceremony at University Christian Church, just a few steps away from where they met at Texas Christian read more »
  • Laura and Stephen

    Laura and Stephen
    Laura and Steve’s intimate wedding and celebration took center stage in the backyard of their historic home in Dallas. The beautifully landscaped backyard was the perfect setting for their ceremony and reception. Guests dined under the large live oak read more »
  • Brittany and Tyler

    Brittany and Tyler
    Brittany and Tyler met at Texas Christian University (TCU) and it was only fitting to get married at the same place where their romance began. Robert Carr Chapel on the TCU campus was the perfect setting for their ceremony. And to add a little read more »

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Lagniappe Packages

“Lagniappe” is a creole word for “a little something extra.” When you work with us to create the wedding of a lifetime, we will always deliver more than you expect. Visit our Wedding Packages page to learn more.

A Little Something Extra

Planning a wedding and looking for your dream home 'Beyond the I Do"? Sarah and Trudy are licensed real estate agents through the Texas Real Estate Commission and sponsored by a locally owned brokerage firm, Purvis Realty Group.