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Karli & Matthew's Wedding at The Arrabelle at Vail Square

I’m so thrilled to be able to share images from our wedding day. The only thing I envisioned was the man that I would one day marry, and I kept this sentiment close to my heart as I planned our wedding day. Marrying Matthew meant a future of being held in a warm embrace, moments spent laughing and dancing around our kitchen, and celebrating the elements that are so uniquely special to us. I wanted our wedding weekend to be a reflection of our relationship, and it was.

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Kelli & Mike’s Wedding at The Modern

I wish I could adequately express my love for this couple. These two were like little balls of sunshine in my life during the planning process - and every aspect of their wedding day was full of happiness and love.

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Table Design with Bella Accento, Part Three

Don’t get us wrong, we love color! But we just can’t turn our eyes away from an elegant, neutral color palette. Bringing in soft hues of greys, ivory and white just makes us weak in the knees. Pair it with fresh floral, greens and soft candlelight, and you have a recipe for an elegant affair with a touch of garden whimsy.

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Karli Jones
Megan & Bryce's Wedding at Marie Gabrielle

When Meagan came to me with the vision of an elegant, garden wedding in the heart of Dallas, I knew to look no further than Marie Gabrielle. A venue set in a beautiful grove of trees, nestled privately above the city streets in the soft glow of bistro lights.

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Table Design with Bella Accento, Part Two

This is part two in a three-part series we did with Bella Accento, Bella Flora, Stephanie Brazzle and Sarah Ann Designs!

Tablescape design is one of my many passions; from chargers to napkins, flatware to glassware - there are so many elements that combine to produce a beautiful tablescape. The table is a place to gather; a place to share in our love of food, to meet for the first time and sprout relationships, to reconcile old differences, to laugh, to cultivate our community.

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