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March 17, 2018 was not only St. Patrick’s Day, but the day Tara and Nick tied the knot.

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The day began with the bridal party gathering at Tara’s family home for make-up by My Fabulous Faces and Sonia Trevino for hair styles.

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Perez Photography captured everyone moment of the day, with Frameblender for videography.

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Groomsmen were presented with St. Patrick’s Day socks to set the mood of the festivities.

Garden Gate floral adorned the ceremony and reception with spectacular floral design.

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Tara made her grand entrance escorted by her father at St. Monica’s Catholic Church to the music of bag piper Don Shannon with Carol Marks Entertainment  playing The Highlands.

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After the ceremony, guests met the bride and groom down at Union Station for a spectacular reception.

A wall of shamrocks greeted the guests where they found their table assignment.

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To continue the St. Patrick’s Day mood, green beer was offered to the guests.  Wolf Gang Puck, renowned for their incredible cuisine, provided the dinner.

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Panini designed the stunning bride’s cake draped in floral.

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Fancy Cakes by Lauren created a masterpiece for the groom’s cake, a life-like razorback inside the Arkansas “A”.

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Guests danced the night away to the incredibly talented performance by Jessie’s Girls with East Coast Entertainment. They kept the dance floor packed the entire night!

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As guests departed for the evening, they were sent off with honey-butter chicken biscuits from Whataburger.

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It was a magical St. Patrick’s day they will never forget!

By |September 5th, 2018|

Hidden Gem of Dallas for Paige and Michael’s Winter Wedding

It was love at first sight for Paige and Michael when they found The Hickory Street Annex of Dallas.

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Deep in the East area of Dallas, a charming venue for weddings and receptions capturing an old world feel with the exposed brick walls and stained concrete floors.

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Paige and her bridal party enjoyed the wedding morning being pampered by Tease to Please for hair and make-up services.

The beautiful floral designed by Kristee Rouse of En Fleur offered jeweled-toned, free-flowing floral surrounded by an array of succulents and berries.

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DJ Adante Mayo with Le Force Entertainment  provided the ceremony and reception music as well as the sound.

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Upon entering the ceremony the guests were able to view a display of memories and special mementos of the happy couple

Paige was presented to Michael by her father amid an arch with draping floral spilling over frames in the backdrop.

Each member of the bridal party selected their own gowns out of an array of gray hues.

After the ceremony the guests were hosted with a cocktail party with appetizers provided by Low Country Quisine.

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Wooden farm tables were provided for the head tables with floral and candles for the seated dinner reception with a spectacular evening view of the Dallas skyline. The head table was draped in floral, candles, and enhanced with Einstein lighting over head.

Photographers, Nicolas and Hannah Laning, captured the romantic mood of the evening with Shutter and Sound Films providing the videography for the night.

The Night Owl Coffee Cart provided specialty coffee to guests when needing a break from the dance floor.

reception coffee bar

Midway through the evening the bride and groom sliced into their delicious naked cake designed by The Butter Fly Cake Factory.

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As the evening drew to a close and guests led outside for their departure, Paige and Michael remained inside for a last private dance to ““Perfect” By Ed Sheeran and Beyonce.

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Guests sent the happy couple off through a stream of Mylar Streamers to depart in a Classic Vintage Rolls Royce provided by My Vintage Limos.

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It was an evening to remember!

By |September 5th, 2018|

Going to the Chapel Tips

The wedding ceremony is the most cherished and significant part of the entire wedding day.

Finding the location and setting takes time and much thought.

Whether it is at a church, outdoors, Synagogue or hotel- you will want to be prepared for making the right choice.

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When selecting the wedding location you will want to consider:

Church or Synagogue Wedding Ceremony

If you are a member of a church- the fees will be less. There are many churches that allow non- members to have their wedding at their sanctuary or smaller chapel- depending on the number of guests.  Some research as to the ones that allow those options will be necessary.

  • Meet with the on-site coordinator before the big day to discuss about guests numbers, pew seating, wedding attendants and timing.
  • To ensure a smoother wedding rehearsal and wedding day- share with the family and special guests where they will be seated-this will be of great assistance for the ushers and family.
  • Provide a list to the family as to who will need to remain for return to altar photography
  • Make sure your photographer and videographer have been provided the rules and guidelines for their services and meet with the coordinator upon arrival to go over where they can shoot from in the church.

 

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Beautiful Church Setting

 

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Amazing Church Wedding

Outdoor Wedding Ceremony

Many brides dream of having an outdoor ceremony and as it  does offer many beautiful photographs, as well as incredible setting.

  • Consider would first be the time of day. As photography and lighting is very important.
  • Be comfortable with you back up plan in case of weather changes
  • Share with wedding party as to type of ground they will be walking on- in order to select the correct heels or flats
  • Obtain professional audio services to set up sound and microphones for the musicians, officiate, readers and videographer
  • Pre plan seating for family and special guests-sharing with them prior the wedding day

 

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Outdoor Wedding

By |March 7th, 2017|

A Wedding to Remember

High School sweethearts, Mia Morris and Joe Doyle, will hold May 14, 2016 in their hearts forever. From the customized champagne splits to the reception décor, every detail was carefully selected and meaningful to the couple and their families. We wish them every bit of happiness in their life together!

 

Caroline Jurgensen Photography

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Beautiful display of wedding day attire at the bride’s home on wedding day preparation

 

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Cheers to the bride” with specialty champagne splits to celebrate with bridal party during hair and makeup preparations. Hair and makeup was provided by Anita Haar and her associates from Elan MakeUp.

 

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Mia surrounded with her wedding party at her family home before “heading to the chapel”

 

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St. Rita’s Parrish was the site for the sweet union of Mia and Joe.

 

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We now present “Mr. and Mrs. Joe Doyle”

 

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Mia’s cake designed by Ruth Robbins-Tastefully Yours Cakes- was not only delicious but adorned with touches of floral and succulents

 

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Bride and Groom’s head table at The Empire Room Dallas. Linens provided by Seat by Design, with floral from Rose Lady Design. The beautiful chandeliers over the table added a final touch provided by Astounding Sounds

 

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Mia and Joe kicked off the party with their first dance as husband and wife To “Lucky Man ”, provided by DJ Glenn Roush

 

A sparkling ending to a new beginning

A sparkling ending to a new beginning

 

Ceremony:St. Rita’s Catholic Parrishwww.stritaparrish.net
Reception Venue:The Empire Room of Dallaswww.theempireroomdallas.com
Caterer:Gil’s Elegant Cateringwww.gilselegantcatering.com
Invitations:Clara Doyle Designswww.claradoyledesigns.com
Florist:Donna Jenkins with Rose Lady Designwww.roseladydesigns.com
Baker:Ruth Robbins with Tastefully Yours Cakeswww.tastefullyyourscakes.com
Photographer:Caroline Jurgensenwww.carolinejurgensenphotography.com
Videographer:Epicwww.epicphotographytulsa.com
DJ:LeForce Entertainmentwww.leforcedfw.com
Hair and Makeup:Elan Make Upwww.elanmakeup.com
Bridal Dress:Bridal Boutique of Lewisvillewww.bridalboutiquelewisville.com
Lighting:Coby Logan with Astounding Soundswww.astoundingsounds.com
Linens:Seat by Designwww.seatbydesign.com

 

 

 

 

By |October 7th, 2016|

Why you should hire a Dallas wedding planner

Do you plan on having a big Dallas wedding that will go down in the books as epic? You might want to hire a professional wedding planner to help you get there.

Wedding planners can seem like an extravagancy, but they’re useful for every type and size of wedding, from smaller ceremonies to grand events. In fact, hiring a Dallas wedding planner might help reduce your costs considerably – the city isn’t exactly known for its cheap prices, and a pro planner will know what’s necessary and what you can do without.

Hiring a Dallas Wedding Planner – Dreams versus real life

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Everyone has their own dream wedding – even the manliest of guys have no doubt envisioned it once or twice. As things usually are, though, reality can often build up a wall to stop dreams from entering it.

This doesn’t have to be a bad thing – your actual wedding can be just as great as the magical one you had in mind even if the two are notably different. Here’s where a Dallas wedding planner will prove invaluable – he or she will open up possibilities that might not have occurred to you but are just as awesome as those you had in mind (while likely being more reasonable).

Since a wedding consists of two people and each person’s fantasy looks different, a wedding planner will also help create the perfect joint venture between two visions. With a pro planner, one spouse won’t get upset or disappointed that the other is ‘enforcing’ their vision – the two soon-to-be-newlyweds will work together to create a perfect picture and then bring it to life.

In line with this, a planner will also provide much-needed input regarding attendees. Contrary to what they might admit, most people want a big wedding that includes dozens or hundreds of guests they barely know or have never even seen in person. A wedding planner might be just the person to open your eyes and make you realize you don’t need half of Dallas present to have a good time while saying the big ‘Yes’.

The logistics and the cost of it all

Here’s something that many might not think of until it’s too late: to stage a proper wedding, you’ll need a lot of assistance. More specifically, you’ll need various professionals that will help you with accommodations, decoration, food and drinks, transportation and so on.

Finding all of these on your own is no doubt going to be a pain. Worse yet, the wedding industry is a profitable one and will continue being such for as long as people enjoy joining hands in matrimony. Many ‘wedding opportunists’ will try to rip newlyweds off by overpricing their services and counting on their clients wanting to minimize hassle and save time. A proper Dallas wedding planner will know all the right people in the biz and will ensure you don’t pay a dime more than you should.

In line with this, a Dallas wedding planner will also help you avoid going over the budget. Having bottomless pockets would be great when you’re planning for your big wedding, but most of us have to work inside our financial limits – a planner will help you achieve a wedding of satisfactory magnitude regardless of your means and will also help eliminate unnecessary spending even if you do have some extra money.

By |December 30th, 2015|