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

wedding invite with rings

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.

bridesmaids

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

bridal party

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.

wedding flowers

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.

wedding ceremony

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.

shamrock table

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.

green beer

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

brides cake

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

grooms cake

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!

bride and groom party

bride and groom party

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

whataburger biscuits

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.

hickory street annex building

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.

dallas wedding

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.

floral design

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

wedding ceremony

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.

wedding reception

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.

wedding cake

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.

wedding couple

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.

wedding departure

wedding couple leaving

wedding couple kissing

wedding rolls royce

It was an evening to remember!

By |September 5th, 2018|

Spring Dallas Wedding for Abby and Will

Photos by Perez Photography

Texas A&M University was the beginning of a wonderful romance for Abby and Will. Moving forward two years later, their gorgeous union was held in the Spring of 2015 at Arlington Hall at Lee Park.  The Jewish tradition of signing of The Ketubah was held in the hall with family and wedding party gathered around to witness before the ceremony.

Abby, the forever happy bride said “I do” to Will under the floral chuppah at The Alman Pavilion with the sun shining.  As with the Jewish tradition, the couple ended their ceremony with “the breaking of the glass”

 

dallas wedding reception

 

Their beautiful seated dinner was held in the Ballroom of Arlington Hall at Lee Park with Ice House Band providing the music, with happy guests covering the dance floor throughout the evening.

 

dallas wedding reception
As tradition would prove, the groom’s cake was in the design of an Aggie ring, with the Aggie’s hooping and hollering as they sung The Aggie War Hymn.

 

dallas wedding day

 

Jewish weddings traditions add so much to the entire experience, along with the couple and guests dancing the “Hora” while the band played “Hava Nagila”.

 

dallas wedding consultant

 

As the couple departed through hundreds of bubbles, each guests departed with Cinnamon Rolls topped with “Love is Sweet”.

 

dallas wedding gifts

 

Wedding Planner: Kay Watson – www.kaywatson.com

Ceremony/Reception – www.arlingtonhallatleepark.com

Photographer – www.perezweddings.com

Videographer – www.tvideoproductions.com

Florist – www.branchingoutevents.com

Lighting and Sound – www.simplymusicevents.com

Band – www.icehouseband.com

Cakes – www.frostedart.com

Hair and Make-up – www.elanmakeup.com

String Quartet – www.serenatastrings.com

Transportation – www.premierlimo.com

By |June 29th, 2016|