Dallas Wedding from Lindsey Shea Photography, Branching Out + Sweet Pea Events
April 9, 2013
RomanticBallroom WeddingsFall Weddings
I know emerald is the official Color of the Year (and I do love it), but I'm thinking a case needs to be made for mint green.  A campaign of sorts, if you will.  Because every single time I see its pretty little face making an appearance in a Big Day, it sort of steals the show.  Take for example this breathtaking Dallas affair from the ever-talented Sweet Pea Events, which just so happens to feature bridesmaids looking stellar in some minty-hued perfection.  Also looking stellar?  An entire gallery of glorious images from Lindsey Shea and some drop-dead gorgeous florals from Branching Out.  See it all right here.
And not one, but TWO beautiful films from Chris Watson Films.  Enjoy!

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From Sweet Pea Events... Meagan and Garrett tied the knot in Dallas in September and it was the perfect Fall day.  Meagan is a nurse and was working a night-shift at the time so needing a bit of help pulling some of the details together, especially the design.  She knew what she wanted, but was looking for a planner to help create her vision.  We were thrilled to be able to create this romantic, sweet, and intimate ceremony and reception for her.  From the burlap program holders her mom handmade with love for the ceremony, to the wiener dog table numbers she made (they LOVE their wiener dogs), their wedding was all about personal details.  Perhaps our most favorite moment of the evening was when Meagan’s Dad surprised her by serenading her singing, “You Are My Sunshine."  Not a dry eye in the room, and a moment never to be forgotten.

Wedding Photography: Lindsey Shea Photography | Ceremony Venue: Royal Lane Baptist in Dallas, Texas | Reception Venue: The Room on Main in Dallas Texas | Event Planning: Sweet Pea Events | Floral Design: Branching Out | Wedding Cinematography: Chris Watson Films | Caterer: CN Catering | Wedding Cake: Fancy Cakes by Lauren | Band: Downtown Fever | Wedding Invitations: Southern Fried Paper | China Rentals: The Vintage Dish | Hair: Tina Teel