Dallas Arboretum Wedding Pictures


Meagan & Caleb’s Wedding Day

Their wedding took place at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden located in Dallas, Texas.

What an incredible day filled with so much love & celebration as these two became one on Saturday.

The Dallas Arboretum

Meagan and Caleb are the type of people who make you feel like part of the family. Originally the ceremony was supposed to be outside on the Arboretum grounds but before the ceremony, it began to rain and we had to move indoors. Thankfully Meagan and Caleb did a first look and we have all their pictures with their bridal party and immediate family taken before the rain.

It was such a special and emotional ceremony. Caleb’s dad opened it up and Meagan’s dad performed the remainder. **cue the tears**

Featured Vendors:

Venue: The Dallas Arboretum / Florist: Coco Fleur / Cakes: Stein’s / Joe the Baker (creme brûlée) / Catering: Papas / Makeup: Gretchen Goldstucker / Hair: Salon Pompeo / Bride’s Dress: Leann’s Bridal / Bridesmaid Dress Shop:  Vow to Be Chic  Bridesmaid Dress Designer: Jenny Yoo / Live Band: The David Whiteman Band / Photographer: Emily Vick Watkins of Emily Nicole Photo


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Note from the Bride:
“Caleb and I met his 5th year of college at church in College Station. Caleb had been very involved in the Corps of Cadets while at A&M and originally signed a contract to enter the marine corps after graduation. Later on into college, he decided he wanted to pursue a medicine, so it required him staying an extra year to take some extra classes. Thank goodness he did, because that allowed us to meet and the rest is history!

I graduated from UT Southwestern’s Physical Therapy School and Caleb is in medical school at A&M’s med school (dallas campus). We spent a year long distance before he came to dallas to continue his schooling. So basically our lives have consisted of studying for the past few years, so in a lot of ways we’re really lame. lol

We love being outside, exercising, and traveling. I’ve always dreamed of getting married at the dallas arboretum, so that’s exactly what we chose to do!

Overall for our day, we want people to feel appreciated for the influence they’ve had on our lives individually and together and publicly commit ourselves to the work of the Lord, wherever that takes us in the future. “