Amy and Isreal had an amazing wedding at the Empire Room, one of our favorite wedding locations! Sarabeth, was the coordinator for this wonderful day and everything was beautiful! A special thank you to Ashley Langford Photography for the incredible photos! Here are just a few of our favorites!
Tuesday, October 21, 2008
Angela and Tim's wedding was featured as a 'Real Wedding' on Dallas Wedding Planner. Sarabeth Quattlebaum, Vice President of Bride Associates, worked with Angela and Tim to create their picture perfect day.
"Family Heritage" Memories & Heirlooms in Dallas, TexasThe spring wedding of Angelina Ramirez and Tim Kilcullen was held at the beautiful St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church on March 29, 2008. The bride was gorgeous in her Mon Cheri couture wedding gown. To compliment her gown, Angelina wore a surprise wedding gift, a strand of 8mm Japanese Akoya pearls from her fiance that she received the evening before the wedding. The bride had white handkerchiefs made for each of their parents as well as themselves with individual monograms and the wedding date, in light blue, as a keepsake, and in case anyone ever needed something borrowed, blue, and old to use in future generations. Her bouquet, designed by Your Perfect Wedding by Di Fiori, was all white cymbidium orchid blossoms with a pink throat.Her bridesmaid's Watters and Watters dresses were Tiffany blue and they carried a bouquet of deep red Charlotte roses and hot pink Super Nova spray roses. The reception followed at the Lakewood Country Club in Dallas with beautiful centerpieces in tall dramatic clear glass vases filled with Dogwood branches. Angelina chose different countries as the table names. She made the name cards onto tiffany blue card stock with white paper over that, then the names of the guests. On each of the same cards, she placed a beautiful teardrop crystal as a keepsake for their guests.During the evening, the bride's father surprised her with a mariachi band, Los Reyes de Dallas. They entered the room just as the Angelina and Tim were about to cut the cake and continued to play for a while afterwards for everyone's enjoyment. It was a great touch to add a part of their Hispanic culture into the reception. After a fun evening of dancing, the evening concluded when the wedding consultants of Bride Associates got the guests lined up for Angelina and Tim's grand exit. All of the guests were handed Flutter Fetti as their tossing items and then a burst of wonderful playful music filled the air as Emerald City lead Angelina and Tim out the front doors of Lakewood Country Club with a wedding march. A wonderful ending to a great day and the beginning of Angelina and Tim's lives together all captured by their wedding photographer, Joseph Mark Photography.
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