For their summer nuptials, Sarah and Zach invited loved ones to witness a traditional ceremony at the stunning Church of the Incarnation in Dallas featuring beautiful stained glass windows that required minimal decoration. The bride was exquisite in a strapless Liancarlo gown showcasing appliqués in a romantic leaf motif as she processed down the aisle on the arm of her father to meet her beloved at the altar.
Friends and family then traveled to The Hilton Anatole, a prestigious landmark hotel for the pair’s extravagant ballroom reception. They worked with Mathes and Co. and Three Branches Floral to transform the space into a mesmerizing, multicolored soirée with ample greenery to bring the beauty of the outdoors inside. Long tables featured tree-like centerpieces, ambient candlelight, and bright blooms in shades of orange, pink, and yellow in bud vases. The pièce de résistance, however, was the towering blush confection, which was displayed on top of an acrylic box filled with vibrant blossoms beneath a sparkling crystal chandelier.
Revelers spent the night dancing on a large dance floor beneath an impressive ceiling installation of verdure. Relaxing lounge areas showcasing hot pink upholstered furniture, gold and acrylic accent tables, and colorful pillows provided a place for attendees to relax between dances. As the evening came to a close, the newlyweds exited with ivory leis as loved ones tossed confetti in celebration of their new life together.
Mathes & Co
Liancarlo from Stanley Korshak Bridal
Three Branches Floral
John Cain Photography
Joanna August from Dressy
Perch Decor & Posh Couture Luxury Rentals
Church of the Incarnation
Hair and Makeup
Sonia Trevino & My Fab Faces
Fancy Cakes by Lauren
Taylor Pace Orchestra