MOMENTOUSLY MODERN AuthorizedHelp 2018-03-03T20:33:36+00:00

Project Description

Desiring a colorful celebration that was as artistic as their venue, the bride and groom selected a vibrant color palette to complement the “Hart Window” by glass artist Dale Chihuly, which would be on full display during their reception at the Dallas Art Museum. The indoor ceremony was bathed in pink-lavender lighting as guests found their seats at clear Ghost chairs on either side of a white aisle runner lined with towering arrangements of cherry blossom branches.

At last, the bride made her way down the aisle in a beautiful V-neck gown holding a bouquet comprised of white phalaenopsis orchids. She met her groom beneath an arch of white hydrangeas and orchids with pink peonies with cherry blossom branches in the background. When it was his queue, the ring bearer holding a “pillow” of branches and pink blooms presented the rings for the vow exchange. After the pair sealed their marriage with a kiss, they walked up the aisle before joining loved ones at the reception.

A lush flower wall of lime hydrangeas and roses in shades of apricot and lavender featuring ornate golden frames presented blossom-shaped escort cards to attendees. Once they found their seats, loved ones sat at tables decorated with mercury-glass vases holding peach hibiscus blossoms, pink peonies, lavender orchids, ivory tulips, and boxwood greenery accents. To make sure guests had a comfortable place to relax during the festivities, a lounge area showcased a tufted upholstered ottoman, French Provincial-style furniture, and silver tray stands decorated with blooms and candles.

Following dinner, guests savored slices of a tall wedding cake decorated with fresh orchids on a bed of pink, tangerine, and ivory roses, peonies, orchids, and more. The couple of the hour made their grand entrance down the stairs as they joined together for their first dance. For the rest of the evening, a live band kept all of the guests on the dance floor as feather boas and tambourines were passed out in revelry.