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An Affair to Remember and the Details that Made the Difference

By Mary Welch

Krystal Schlegel and Luke Davis’ wedding day in a few words was glamorous, whimsical, and elegant. Truly, an affair to remember! The bride had always envisioned a wedding at home, and she enlisted a team of Dallas vendors to bring her luxe aesthetic to life all around her parents’ Preston Hollow estate.

The wedding day took place all across the home—Krystal got ready in her bedroom, her nieces and nephews (the flower girls and ring bearers) awaited for their duties on the grand staircase, and the bridesmaids lined up in the foyer before they walked out the home’s front doors straight into a clear-top tent full of 525 wedding guests. Krystal and her father soon followed out the home’s facade onto the 160-foot ceremony aisle with floral-entwined chandeliers hanging above. The aisle ended with a neutral flower wall, floral cross, and sanctuary chairs so the garden still felt like a sanctuary. Hundreds of white roses hung above setting a heavenly scene for the bride and groom to take their vows to one another. Todd Fiscus told PaperCity, “The pretty bride, the pretty groom with the good jawline, the pretty flowers… That picture will be perfect until the end of time.”

“The pretty bride, the pretty groom with the good jawline, the pretty flowers… That picture will be perfect until the end of time.”

Guests mixed and mingled in the courtyard during cocktail hour joined by 400 monarch butterflies. From up above on the home’s balcony, Krystal and Luke took a royal wave to their guests before the trumpets called for dinner. Dinner was held in a separate tent constructed over the home’s pool—the only evidence of the pool which remained was the pool gazebo which housed the 6-tiered wedding cake. Elan Artists’ Gen8 Band entertained the guests and newlyweds all evening before the sparkler exit to end the night.

We have shared more from Krystal and Luke’s wedding here, but we wanted to take a moment to appreciate the hundreds of details that made the difference. We respect the team of Dallas vendors involved greatly. Thank you, Krystal and Luke, for having our team be a part of such a memorable day. Wishing you the happiest one year anniversary! 

Credits

Planner
Diamond Affairs

Floral Designer
Todd Events

Ceremony and Reception Venue
Private Residence

Bridal Gown
Monique Lhuillier

Hair and Makeup
LB Rosser

Bridal Cake
Fancy Cakes by Lauren

Calligraphy
Tara Jones Calligraphy

Rentals
Marquee Tent Rental, POSH Couture Luxury Rentals, DFW Dance Floors

Musical Entertainment
Elan Artists’ Gen8

Mary Welch2020-05-25T17:00:40-05:00Categories: Weddings, All|Tags: |Comments Off on An Affair to Remember and the Details that Made the Difference