Courtney & Evan had the most lovely rehearsal dinner at the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas.
After a quick run through at Christ the King, family and friends met for dinner at the Nasher.
The tables were incredibly decorated with beautiful floral arrangements in glass vases with tiny white bird sculptures. Guests entered the museum to a table with their placecards beautifully calligraphed around a white dove under a glass ventrine.
Guests were served cocktails and appetizers in the sculpture garden where every detail was artistically inspired.- the glowing bar against the blue lit fountains with Jonathan Borofsky's "The Hammering Man" and Henry Moore under the Dallas Skyline.
But the most inspirational was the James Turrell sculpture - a low lit room where guests sit and look at the opening through the ceiling, dawn and sunset are the best times for viewing since the colors change so dramatically.
The food and service were also incredible with a 4 course meal with a staff that served and choreographed to a T.
The evening ended with humorous toasts by friends and family and a slideshow of the two of them growing up!
Florist: Urban Flower Grange Hall
Caterer: Wolfgang Puck
Event Designer: Holly Tripp Event Design
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Jessie and Jeff's wedding had a creative and unique wedding at the Vista at Seward Hill.
The Bride choose pastel colors to coordinate all her bridesmaids and groomsmen , including beautiful cameo necklaces for each.
Each bridesmaids also had a classic forties rolled hairstyles.
The Groom's brother was his best man but had a close "girl" friend as one of his groomsmen.
The flowers were simply arranged with succulents. Their ceremony with included a shy flower girl that walked out with her dad, a salt convenant and a special time alone after the ceremony for just the two of them.
After dinner a friend's band played the first dances- and his brother gave a very memorable and funny speech.
Then more dancing (including hava nagila) and onto their exit in the moonlight.
Band: Nano and the Afternoon
Florist: Essa Hoop at Flora and Fauna
Congratulations Jessie and Jeff!
See their SLIDESHOW here.
Red Right Ankle is "their" song- Buy it here on iTunes.