When you pair a stunning Bride with Elan Makeup Studio and Sarah Kate Photography for an afternoon at Dallas Symphony Orchestra, well, perfectly pretty things are bound to happen my dears. Rosy pink cheeks dance with lace and satin and buttons galore for this darling bridal sesh. Head on over to the gallery for more.
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From Elan Makeup Studio…Kaitlin Teske got married on 6-20-14, this allows us to show you her beautiful bridal portrait. She is a high school orchestra instructor and wanted to shoot at the beautiful Dallas Symphony. We love the clean shots, her natural look and the AMAZING DRESS detail.
Photography: Sarah Kate Photography | Wedding Dress: Allure | Makeup & Hair: Elan Makeup Studio | Venue: Dallas Symphony Orchestra
If I had to describe this Texan soiree from Nbarrett Photography in just a few words, it’d be bright, whimsical and just plain fun. With cheerful arrangements by Bows And Arrows and scrumptious cakes by Layered Bake Shop, every charming detail will have you scrolling through the gallery for so much more.
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From Nbarrett Photography
… Gorgeous, May wedding with beautiful vibrant colors. This wedding was an eclectic mix of Spring blooms arranged in Spanish terra cotta on gold sparkled table tops. And to top it off a stunning floral curtain installation for the ceremony.
From the Bride… For our wedding day the first thing we knew we wanted was a fabulous photographer. Natalie was the perfect fit! From the first time I met Natalie all the way to the engagement shoot (her adorable bulldog Magnolia kept us laughing the whole time) we fed off of her energy which made our wedding day perfect. We also knew we wanted a May wedding since the flowers and light are the best reminders of the starting of our engagement. After spotting Hickory Street Annex while driving through Dallas, we instantly knew that the architecture and freedom of the venue is exactly what we were looking for! The vintage yet industrial feel and renovated bridal suite is what made me fall in love. We were at the liberty of having both the ceremony and reception in one location but the venue still had a natural flow… especially since the guests could use the repurposed bridal suite as a cocktail area. Of course, planning a wedding is stressful. I eventually realized that collecting every little detail of our wedding is not my cup of tea so we asked Amanda from Hickory Street Annex to help. She was amazing! She knew that we wanted to keep the wedding small and intimate by only having 75 guests. Knowing that a wedding isn’t complete without magnificent flowers…we met with Alicia from Bows & Arrows who knew exactly what we were looking for. We wanted something completely different and to be super vibrant! The deep purple, bright pinks, and oranges from the flowers is what fueled the inspiration for our wedding. She and her wonderful team created the most astonishing hand strung flowers for the ceremony back drop and they used unbelievable terra cotta pots for the centerpieces. They even set aside the perfect colored blooms to be placed on our delicious cakes and dessert bar (my favorite part of the wedding)! Most importantly, the best part of our wedding day was sharing it with our little boy, family, and guests! Their love and support was the only thing we wanted on our wedding day.
Photography: Nbarrett Photography | Coordination: Amanda Taylor | Floral Design: Bows And Arrows | Wedding Dress: Justin Alexander | Invitations: Caroline Creates | Shoes: Valentino | Catering: Gil's Catering | Makeup: Erika Curry | DJ: Colby Logan | Cake & Treats: Layered Bake Shop | Photo Booth: 4 Flashes | Wedding Venue: Hickory Street Annex
This adorable duo had a BIG bridal party, and I love it. I’m a more the merrier kind of gal, and the bigger the bridal party means more blooms too! Posh Floral decked out the ten pretty in pink cowgirl-booted bridesmaids with darling bouquets, the handsome groomsmen in charming boutonnieres and the flower girl in a sweet floral crown. Not to mention, even more floral goodness at the reception—see it all in the gallery from Stephanie Brazzle!
From Posh Floral…Leslie (McCombs) and Ivan Roussev met at Southern Methodist University, Ivan is from Bulgaria (and his step-father is French), Leslie is a true Texas girl, the wedding was a Texas chic with old world European. The ceremony was at Perkins Chapel on the SMU campus to tie together where the two met. Park City Club brought the different cultures together perfectly. Valerie and Valerie Wedding and Events designed the cheese/fruit/bread display, floral, and all the sweet accents (wine cork guest “book”, table numbers, etc.) to make it just lovely. Posh Floral brought in white and pink florals to match with the blush bridesmaids’ dresses, and gave the wedding and reception a soft and beautiful feel. Panini Bakery created the bride and groom cakes, including a special Gluten Free cake for the bride, and a birthday cake for her aunt! The Wonders rocked the house of 300 attendees, and kept everyone dancing! Everything was brought together and executed by Brittany Timmerman Events.
Photography: Stephanie Brazzle Photography | Wedding Planner: Brittany Timmerman | Florist: Posh Floral | Wedding Gown: Kira Plastinina | Cake: Panini Bakery | Ceremony Venue: Perkins Chapel | Reception: Park City Club | Hair Stylist: Joey Borrego | Make Up Artist: LB Rosser | Olive Bench: Olive Bench | Quest Drape: Quest Drape | Wedding Designers: Valerie And Valerie Wedding And Events