Emily Hagar was such a beautiful bride and the entire wedding day reflected that. Wedding day began getting ready at Ritz-Carlton before Emily had a first look with her bridesmaids in the HPUMC corridor. The wedding palette was primarily white, green, crystal, and a few special touches of red which the bridesmaids wore. Emily walked down the aisle of Highland Park United Methodist Church in an Isabelle Armstrong wedding gown from Stanley Korshak, which we got a glimpse of in Emily’s bridal portraits ahead of wedding day. Sebastian and Emily stood recited traditional vows and remained peaceful and excited throughout the ceremony. Once they were pronounced husband and wife, Emily raised her bouquet in excitement and the two paraded down the aisle with large grins. They stopped mid-aisle for a kiss, which became one of our favorite portraits from the wedding day.
Friends and family met the bride and groom at the Ritz-Carlton Dallas to celebrate the #SingingSantos. The ballroom carried a sophisticated, neutral palette that unified the space. Crystal votives and tall white and green arrangements were placed on each table beautifully with a bedecked floral chandelier in the same tones hanging above the white dance floor. Soft champagne-hued banquettes and chiavari chairs finished the space. Emily carried the same excitement from the ceremony into the reception as she and Sebastian were announced into the ballroom for their first dance. Her gown swooshed around the dance floor with so much elegance—then the band fired up and kept the energy high all night. Guests danced with signature cocktails and stirrers inspired by the couple’s dogs. A confetti send-off completed the fun and festive affair for the Santos’ as they left for the Bahamas!
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