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Blinded by the Whites

Desiring a festive ambience for their December wedding planned by Kirstin Rose, Sarah and Joseph exchanged vows in a traditional ceremony at Highland Park United Methodist Church. The sanctuary was decorated with bright red poinsettias for the holidays, which provided just the right amount of décor for the proceedings to not distract from the beauty of the church. Sarah was gorgeous in a Romona Keveža gown with a lace neckline and short sleeves as she carried a bouquet of ivory peonies to meet her tuxedo-clad groom.

The reception convened at Brook Hollow Golf Club in Dallas, Texas. Cocktail hour was held in a clear-top tent decorated with lounge areas showcasing deep emerald green sofas, faux fur ottomans, and metallic gold décor. Guests then made their way into the ballroom – which included evergreen and flocked trees to provide a wintry ambience – for dinner and dancing.

Cocktail hour was held in a clear-top tent decorated with lounge areas showcasing deep emerald green sofas, faux fur ottomans, and metallic gold décor.

High and low centerpieces featured white flowers accented with greenery, which also adorned the fireplace embellished with suspended candlelit orbs. Lighting projections of wintry tree branches danced on the walls, and the revelry continued into the night.

Sarah donned a fur wrap for the grand exit with her newly minted husband as guests waved sparklers. The couple then surprised loved ones in the tented space once again for a joyous after-party. A black-and-white checkered dance floor was covered with metallic-hued balloons to add to the exciting atmosphere. Additional libations and late-night snacks were served as guests celebrated with the newlyweds under the stars.

Credits

Planning
Kirstin Rose Events

Photography
John Cain Photography

Floral
Branching Out

Bridal Gown
Romona Keveza

Bridal Retailer
Neiman Marcus Bridal

Hair & Makeup
Maitee Miles

Ceremony Site
Highland Park United Methodist Church

Reception Site
Brook Hollow Golf Club

Cake
Fancy Cakes by Lauren Kitchens

Mary Welch2019-10-08T12:42:03-06:00Categories: Weddings, All|Tags: , |Comments Off on Sarah and Joseph