It was a celebration in Dallas for these college sweethearts! Meghan and Wells first met while attending the University of Alabama. “We met at the end of my Freshman year of college. He was at my sorority house studying for a test with one of my Big’s friends and I came over to speak with her. Later that week, we bumped into each other at a party and have beeninseparable ever since” Meghan shared. In May of 2022, Wells got down on one knee and asked Meghan to be his wife.
Flashing forward to their wedding day in March of 2023, Meghan spent the morning getting ready at the Ritz-Carlton in downtown Dallas with her mom, Wells’ mom and her bridesmaids. The morning was spent sharing stories amongst loved ones before Meghan stepped into her dress with the help of her mom and sister. Meghan then shared an emotional moment with her father before it was time to see Wells. Looking back on that moment Meghan shares “I just felt so overwhelmingly happy. With my dad, we were both emotional and I am so glad I got to spend a private moment with him before the rest of the day.” Meghan and Wells’ first look took place out on the perfectly manicured lawn of Northwood Club. The early afternoon light filtered through the trees, it was the perfect day for a wedding! Meghan and Wells shared a private moment just the two of them, which Meghan recalled saying “I was truly just so excited to see him and so excited that soon we would be married.”
Meghan and Wells said “I do” at Christ the King. The ceremony space was meaningful to Meghan since she grew up going to church there and knew that one day she wanted to be married there. Family and friends gathered to watch Meghan and Wells become Mr. and Mrs. Thomas!
After a beautiful ceremony, guests joined the newlyweds at Northwood for an evening of celebration! Inside the reception venue, the room was decorated with chinoiserie vases filled with purple roses, hydrangeas and greenery. Meghan’s decor inspiration was her favorite color, lavender. “My mom, the team at Park Cities events and all my vendors did a great job helping to guide my decisions and make the day turn out so perfect”. Coincidentally, Alabama, their alma mater, was playing a late game in the March Madness tournament on the night of their reception. After an Alabama win, the band played “Dixieland Delight” in tradition with their school. “This song is played in the fourth quarter of every football game. After the win, everyone got on the dance floor with Alabama shakers. Definitely something unique to our wedding and to us!”
Park Cities Events
Christ the King Catholic Church
Hair + Makeup
Trisha Mayrack + About Face Pros
Garden Gate Floral
Perch Event Decor