Monday, October 26, 2009

Bella Bride—Tally Shimoni-Goldfarb

A stunning wedding was created for Tally Shimoni and Alex Goldfarb on June 20, 2009 at the beautiful Rosewood Crescent Hotel. With Tally just graduating from medical school, her marriage to Alex was another highlight to a magnificent year.

The bride wore a beautiful lace gown that set the romantic and elegant style of the wedding. The bridal bouquet was a lush arrangement of snowy and ivory toned floral fashioned into a rounded bouquet with an ivory satin ribbon and pearls as accents. The floral included fluttery peonies, snowy fressia, and miniature calla lilies.

The bridal party wore champagne dresses which accented the colors of the wedding perfectly. The bridesmaid’s bouquets were a romantic combination of blush pinks to add a touch of color to their champagne dresses. The floral included fluttery peonies, garden roses, and lovely ruffled ranunculus.

The wedding decor was absolutely stunning with a combination of ivory, champagnes, and delicate blush pink tones to convey a soft and romantic style. The extravagant chuppah was created as the focal point of the romantic ceremony which was decorated with champagne toned drapery and a combination of wedding toned floral. The floral included hydrangeas, garden roses, fluffy peonies, and orchids.

The reception was decorated with a variety of floral heights consisting of extraordinary arrangements including hydrangeas, roses, and orchids in hues of blushes and soft pinks. The arrangements were accented with candlelight and beautiful rose toned lighting.

Tally and Alex are an amazing couple and we are so happy to have been a part of their special day!

We wish them the very best!!!

Photography: Thisbe Grace Photography
Ceremony/ Reception: Rosewood Crescent Hotel
Wedding Planner: Bella Flora of Dallas
Gown Designer/ Retailer: Priscilla of Boston
Lighting: Lite Dallas
Band: Memphis Train Revue
Bakery: Fancy Cakes by Lauren
Videographer: Phil Smith Video Productions
Floral, Linens, and Decor: Bella Flora of Dallas

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