Kelly Howard and Josh Gottsacker’s wedding day was the quintessential picture of a Dallas country club affair. From the monogram on the cake to their ceremony at Park Cities Presbyterian, the whole day was filled with a sense of class unrivaled to other celebrations.
Kelly spent the morning getting ready with her bridesmaids at the Dallas Country Club. Maitee Miles ensured that the bride and her girls all looked their best for the day of festivities ahead of them. At last the moment came for Kelly to slip on her Sareh Nouri gown. Before making their way to the church, Kelly and her bridesmaids shared a special first look – a special moment in the final minutes before Kelly and John said “I do!”
At the church, the bride and groom were not the only ones to share their first kiss, as a flower girl and ring bearer saw this tradition and decided to make it their own. The doors opened and Kelly walked toward her groom beaming ear to ear with her family’s heirloom veil trailing delicately behind her. An exchange of vows and a kiss later (now it was their turn!) they were finally Mr. and Mrs. Gottsacker.
After golden hour portraits on the golf course, the newlyweds entered their celebration. Park Cities Events and the Garden Gate dressed the DCC in elegant shades of baby blues and ivory. As the night went on Downtown Fever took to the stage and really got the party started! The couple danced the night away with their guests and were chauffeured into the night in a classic vintage car.
We are thrilled to have been a part of the couple’s big day and are even more thrilled #howjohngottkelly!
Highland Park Presbyterian Church
Dallas Country Club
Park Cities Events
Sareh Nouri from Stanley Korshak Bridal
Hair & Makeup
John Cain Photography