Our graphic designer Danielle envisioned her wedding as a garden celebration full of color and delicate details, and we helped her bring this to life beautifully. Bridesmaids wore light gray and carried lovely bouquets in shades of peach, ivory, and green. Danielle wore a stunning gown with intricate embroidery that perfectly matched the setting. The ceremony was held in an incredible cathedral with brass accents and floor to ceiling mosaics. The reception was held on the lawn at Danielle’s parents’ home, which we turned into a wedding wonderland! Cocktail hour was held on the front lawn, as guests were created with delicious hors d’oeuvres and color coordinated signature cocktails. The cocktail hour space was decorated with white bar facades, coral and taupe lounge furniture, coral and ivory striped linens, and a jaw-dropping custom-designed banner style table assignment display lined with lush florals. Guests then moved to the backyard and gasped to see an incredible canvas sailcloth tent lined with twinkle lights forming our reception space. A mix of round and rectangular tables filled the tent space covered with taupe linens, amazing warn tones of floral in terracotta pots, ceramic chargers, and vintage fruitwood chairs. A gourmet plated meal was served as well as tasty wedding cake for dessert. A live band packed the dance floor and kept the guests celebrating into the night. A sparkler send-off to a classic car ended this magical evening.
Stephanie & Jason’s Wedding
Stephanie and Jason wanted a classic fall wedding filled with historical charm and elegance. The ceremony was held at a historic and grand cathedral in Downtown Dallas. Stephanie wore an elegant vintage couture gown and carried a bouquet full of neutral fall blooms. Bridesmaids wore navy blue gowns and carried classic bouquets in shades of white, blush, and green. The reception was held at a modern science museu. Guests were greeted as they entered the room by the inquisitive Brachiosaurus and enjoyed signature cocktails while mingling under the dancing water molecules. Every table had beautiful fall florals and, in an homage to the museum, each table number holder was a replica of a different dinosaur. For dinner, guests enjoyed a buffet full delicious Tex-Mex fare. The cake was almost too beautiful to cut, but we’re so glad we did, as it was divine and the perfect accompaniment to the groom’s classic NY style cheesecake. The DJ kept the delighted guests dancing the night away under the sparkling Dallas skyline. Mini sliders were served as a late-night snack before the glow stick send-off. What a fantastic, fun-filled night!