Thursday, February 25, 2010

Bella Bride: Natalie Smith & Feild Patten

Newlyweds Natalie & Feild met years ago in Dallas whilst in high school only to reconnect years later finding that their true love was always in front of them. They were married this past December at Kessler Park United Methodist Church and The Belo Mansion.

Natalie carried a gorgeous bouquet designed with ivory hydrangeas, fragrant gardenias and delicate pearl studded stephanotis blooms. Natalie then provided a personal brooch to add a special touch to the soft textured creation.

The couple chose a color palette of classic ivories for the ceremony which featured a dreamy walk way of tall markers laden with ivory blooms and a dreamy altar filled with hydrangeas, phalaenopsis orchids, varying roses and cascades of dendrobium orchids.

Natalie's bridesmaids wore slate toned gowns and carried vibrant bouquets of fuchsia, violet and berry providing a glimpse of the vibrant tones to be used at the reception.

The reception was filled with a rich toned palette of violets, berry and and fuchsia accented with subtle splashes of decorative crystals.

A stunning ceiling treatment was created over the dance floor using strands of sparkly crystals and hand strung fuchsia orchid garlands.

Natalie's cake was one the prettiest I've seen in awhile complete with a ballerina inspired linen and an accenting of delicate stephanotis, roses and hydrangea blossoms along the descending layers.

There was definitely something "fishy" with Feild's cake. I'm just saying!

This wedding was such a wonderful way to end the year and we were thrilled to be a part of their special day. Congratulations Natalie & Feild!


Ceremony: Kessler Park United Methodist Church
Reception: Belo Mansion
Photography: Blu Door Studios
Cake: Frosted Art
Floral and Design: Bella Flora of Dallas
Linen: BBJ & Bella Flora of Dallas
Band: Signed Sealed Delivered
Make-Up: Robyn Hasselle
Lighting: Absolute Lighting
Gown: Monique Lhuillier

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Got to love slate grey, purple, pink and white! Yum!