Friends and family joined Becky and Jon at Highland Park United Methodist Church to witness their traditional December ceremony. Candles lined the pews and the altar was adorned with garlands of greenery tied with red ribbons as well as vanilla blooms. Bridesmaids in ebony floor-length gowns and the Texas Boys Choir preceded the bride down the aisle. Once pronounced husband and wife, Becky and John traveled to the reception venue in their classic car.
With the help of Kimberly Rhodes and Jackson Durham Events, Dallas landmark Union Station was transformed into a winter wonderland for the reception. Long rectangular tables and round varieties were decorated with both high and low centerpieces featuring ivory flowers, candelabra, and flocked pine cones. Alabaster trees adorned with twinkling string lights were placed around the venue, and lighting projections of a similar motif illuminated the walls and ceiling. Each guest’s place setting showcased a gilt-rimmed charger plate with a laser-cut gold menu card topped with their name in calligraphy.
Alabaster trees adorned with twinkling string lights were placed around the venue, and lighting projections of a similar motif illuminated the walls and ceiling.
Following dinner, loved ones enjoyed libations served from an ice bar complete with the couple’s monogram etched in the ice and a martini ice luge. Following the Becky and John’s first dance and both a father-daughter and mother son-dance, guests hit the large white monogrammed dance floor and sampled slices of the extravagant six-layered cake with gold embellishments. At the end of the night, the newlyweds exited the space as confetti was tossed in celebration and fireworks lined their path to a getaway car featuring a classic “just married” sign.
John Cain Photography
Hair and Makeup
Simply Beautiful by Meg
Highland Park United Methodist Church
Pronovias from Stanley Korshak Bridal
Badgley Mischka from Stardust Celebrations
5 to 7 Designs
Fancy Cakes by Lauren
Marquee Rentals and Posh Couture Luxury Rentals