Both the bride & groom are artistically talented – she is a ballet dancer and he, a music composer. So it was only fitting that their wedding be inspired by music & drama.
The bride’s bouquet was soft textured to embody a clean and classic look with a slightly vintage twist. The stems were wrapped with an ivory satin ribbon, which was then attached with her grandmother’s bracelet and earrings.
The bridesmaids were given charming pomander balls attached to a handle of decorative pearls for a chic look. The rich fuchsia, violet, and cream toned flora were a wonderful contrast against their deep navy dresses…
… and were later used to adorn the back of the head table chairs at the reception!
The groom wore a handsome boutonnière designed with a mini white orchid bloom accented with mini white flora.
This groomsman rocked his fuchsia boutonnière with some shades.
A neat and contemporary floral arrangement at the altar of Christ the King Catholic Church.
Low lying arrangements to highlight the lanterns overhead.
The head table was draped with a beige bengaline line and adorned further with a custom ivory lace runner to add a vintage look.
A mini bouquet for a clean-styled cake topper.
Congratulations to Meredith & Sam!
Photography: Thisbe Grace | Ceremony: Christ The King | Reception: 333 First Avenue | Dress Designer: Pronovia | Music & Lighting: Specialty Sound | Planner: Wendy Timson | Cake: Panini’s | Floral & Design: Bella Flora of Dallas