Jordan Bustin overheard Carson Hallmark discussing Alabama football at the Leo Burton Christmas party back in 2015, and as a Texas football fan, she had to interject. This was their meet-cute, and they said ‘I do’ four years later at Dallas Museum of Art following a ceremony at University Park United Methodist Church. Jordan described her wedding vision as “elegant, but interesting; striking with some drama; creative, but not funky”. Her Nardos Designs gown with exquisite and delicate beaded flowers was absolutely striking. Jordan’s bridesmaids wore minimalistic, white gowns pairing perfectly with her get-up. They all carried bouquets in white and green shades playing off the colors seen on the bride. After Jordan and Carson made their vows to one another and exited the quintessential UPMC wedding chapel, guests and the newlyweds celebrated together at the Dallas Museum of Art.
Bright pops of magenta decorated the ballroom—from the dripping orchids found on the cake to the daintier arrangements lining cocktail tables. This dramatic palette played off the art installation seen on the DMA’s wall. Southern Fried Paper designed creative floral patterns placed throughout the wedding design adding unique interest. One of our favorite ‘moments’ was the gold floral pattern placed on the dance floor which beautifully accented the ‘first dance’ photo. Guests and the couple remained festively on the dance floor—with music led by the always entertaining Jordan Kahn Orchestra—until it was time for the grand exit. The couple whisked away in a vintage Rolls Royce and headed for their honeymoon!
We share this on Jordan and Carson’s one year anniversary—happy anniversary, y’all!!!
Kristin Rose Events
Custom Design by Nardos Designs
Florist and Rentals
Jackson Durham Events
University Park Methodist Church
Amsale from Bella Bridesmaids
Stationer and Calligrapher
Southern Fried Paper and Tara Jones Calligraphy
Dallas Museum of Art
Hair and Makeup
LB Rosser Makeup
Fancy Cakes by Lauren
Jordan Kahn Orchestra