Macy and Clayton were not one for the lavish and showy. This couple was as down-to-earth as they come. And they wanted their Dallas wedding to show that, not looking for over-the-top for wedding decor.
This couple did an excellent job of merging their ideas of casual, yet classy. The groom’s choice of denim and boots matched the bride’s and bridesmaids’ gorgeous gowns and denim jackets as an accent.
The couple really showcased their southern hospitality by providing blankets and hot chocolate to the guests on a cold day in December.
The Bride honored both her mother and father, who have passed, with special seats reserved in their memory. There was a photo memory table, specific song selections and custom charms that were gifted by her sister, all in remembrance of her parents.
Once again staying true their Texas roots, dinner was catered by one of the family’s favorite Tex-Mex restaurants – Primo’s.
The naked wedding cake was the perfect amount of rustic, complementing the decor beautifully. And the groom showcased his love for disc golf with his basket-shaped groom’s cake.
The couple was able to share what was truly important to them with their guests to create a sweet and romantic evening.
Venue | The Springs Event Venue
Bakery |Cakes & Cookies by Donna
Floral | Wild Rose Events and Floral Design
Catering | Primo’s Tex-Mex Grille
Beverage | Professional Bartending of DFW
Makeup | Simply Sarah Jane
Makeup | McKenna Elise Smith
Photography | Kyrsten Ashlay Photography
Entertainment | DJ Kidd Nick
Bridal Gown | Blushing Bride Boutique
Bridesmaids Gown | David’s Bridal
Officiant | Lake Pointe Church (Officiant) Greg Bradford
Rentals | Alpha-Lit Marquee Letters