Today’s Dallas brides have an overwhelming list of options to choose from in terms of wedding venues. There are well over 750 venue options from rustic to garden to five-star elegance. How do you make the best decision for your wedding?
It can be confusing. First of all, there is your personal style. Do you want a rustic Texas style wedding or an elegant sit-down dinner, or maybe something in-between? How many guests will be invited? Do you need room for a band or a DJ? Do you want your ceremony at the same venue as the reception?
Does the venue supply lighting or do you need to bring it in? Do you need space for food stations or do you feel a sit-down dinner is more your style? What kind of a GRAND EXITdo you want to have? So many factors go into the decision-making process.
This wedding of Carly and Andrew for 150 guests, took place at the beautiful TheMilestone Denton. The bride wore a lovely cream color gown while the bridesmaids had on different styles of merlot toned dresses and the men were in modern blue suits with merlot ties. The white birch chuppah was provided by ‘The Father of the Bride, Hand-Crafted Ceremony Rentals’. The top of the chuppah was hand-made by a family friend that incorporated parts of the bride’s grandmother and great grandmother’s lace from their wedding dresses as well as the Talit (prayer shawl) used by the bride’s grandfathers.
The flowers were designed by Flourish Floral Design,who did a great job with the terrariums and lanterns. The three-tiered cake was created by Cake-Aholics Bakery. The bride and groom both love Lego’s, so they had a Lego bride and groom cake topper and put Lego pieces on the escort cards.
The evening was topped off with the majesty of a fireworks by Precision Fireworks and captured by Tiffany Hopwood Photography and by videographer, Mark Campbell.
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