Professionally we suggest you begin your wedding planning process no more than 14 and no less than 6 months prior to your ideal date. If you plan too far in advance you run the risk of things like vendors going out of business, changes in relationships, changes in budget comfortability, venue or street construction, and renovations.
Lauren & Ashtons Wedding this summer was filled with luscious florals and pretty shades of pastels. From her ceremony floral arch to the floral halo in the reception space this wedding exuded modern elegance. Lauren donned a breathtaking illusion neckline dress, that looked gorgeous on her. This floral arch with blush and white roses was […]
New Years Eve Wedding at the Renaissance Dallas Hotel Vendor Team: VENUE + CATERING: Renaissance Dallas Hotel DECOR: Belle Decor FLORAL: Haute Floral PHOTOGRAPHER: The Amber Studio VIDEOGRAPHER: Pharris Photos PLANNER: Swank Soiree MUA: Jamie Dion
ELIZABETH AND BRIAN’S TRADITIONAL CHINESE TEA CEREMONY I loved everything about planning a Traditional Chinese Tea Ceremony with these two. Brian and Elizabeth were living in two different cities as they completed medical school and residency. They decided to meet in the middle for a Dallas Fall Wedding. Thank you to our amazing team of […]
When you’re in the final stretch of planning, the very last thing you want to deal with is guests who sent in an RSVP card and didn’t properly fill in their name. You know, those relatives who mark “attending” and don’t fill in the namespace? Drives you crazy right, like it’s great that your’e coming […]
NIGERIAN AND AMERICAN WEDDING AT THE DALLAS PETROLEUM CLUB Images by Collins Metu