On a warm day in February, the bride and groom welcomed their loved ones to witness their culmination of love at Arlington Hall in Dallas, Texas. The historic building was the ideal setting for the Southern soirée, as it provided an elegant space with room for a glamorous tented affair. Prior to the ceremony, the bride took part in two “first looks”: one with her father and one with her groom, who wore a handsome tuxedo and bow tie. The bride was beautiful in a strapless fluted dress; she wore her hair down in loose curls.
Once the sun set, bridesmaids wearing white flowers in their hair and floor-length gowns with mismatched necklines made their way down the aisle as guests in wood-backed chairs waited anxiously for the bride’s arrival. Candlelight provided a romantic ambience to the space, as did sparkling twinkle lights at the top of the clear tent. To add to the beauty of the setting, the night sky was visible overhead as the couple exchanged vows beneath an arch of greenery and ivory blooms.
Dinner was served in a clear reception tent positioned in front of the magnificent columns of the venue. A long head table was surrounded by round-back wood chairs with white cushions and topped with a runner of greenery and ivory blooms. Round reception tables covered in ivory linens showcased lantern centerpieces and cross-back wood chairs with vanilla cushions. Like the ceremony, twinkling string lights and chandeliers added an elegant tone to the space. After dinner, dancing ensued on a wooden dance floor and party accessories such as sunglasses adorned with “Mrs.” and “Bridesmaid” were passed out as fun party favors. As the newlyweds were sent off with a bubble exit, they smiled and laughed together as they hopped in a Bentley decorated with a “Just Married” sign.