Photography: Emily Nicole Photo | Floral: The Stylish Soiree| Venue + Catering: Petroleum Club Dallas| Ceremony: First United Methodist Church of Dallas | Cakes: Sugar Bee Sweets| Band: Royal Dukes Band | Dress: Bridal Suit at Nordstrom |Bridesmaids Dresses: Bella Bridesmaids | Jeweler: Diamonds Direct | Coordinator: Rachel Burrow at Sarabeth Events | Hair + Makeup: Styling Stewardess | Paper Goods: Paper Source and Minted | Rentals: Marquee Event Rental
The bride wanted an updated traditional look for her wedding day. She chose these elegant white invitations from Paper Source that tied into her theme perfectly. The color pallet for the day included cranberry and cream.
The bride’s dress had beautiful lace sleeves that were perfect for this winter wedding. The open back, buttons, and train played into the classic look. This dress was made for her!
How the Couple Met: Like any millennial, we met on Bumble but it’s like we had known each other for years. It’s amazing to look back on our first weeks of dating and how that seemed so long ago. I’m so happy to have found the love of my life and best friend.
Flowers: The bride chose classic white flowers with a some added greenery and a pop of cranberry. This festive Christmas look was created by A Stylish Soiree.
Bridesmaid Dresses: The bride chose two styles of dresses, high neck and off the shoulder in a cranberry color. The classic black tuxes that the groomsmen wore elevated the elegant look even more.
Cake: The cake came from Sugar Bee Sweets. They created the most delicious almond & double chocolate cake. It also showcased white with pops of green and red for the Christmas look.
Q: What is your favorite photo?
A: At the reception, there is a photo of my husband being picked up and carried around in the air on the dance floor by his friends. His face is absolutely priceless and the happiest I’ve seen him. Seeing the joy and fun he was having makes me so happy.
Q: What was your favorite memory of the day?
A: It’s hard to just pick one, but my favorite memory is the last dance with my husband. The final moment of the night and celebrating the most amazing day that I could have ever dreamed of!
Advice for Future Brides: Don’t overthink! I was worried about not having certain things or maybe forgetting items for my wedding, but at the end of the day you are going to have a blast no matter what!