What’s Sparking Our Interest:
Stacy Reeves Photography captured our hearts with this completely elegant Dallas wedding. From the stunning, white Calla lily bouquets to the staple, black tuxedos, this wedding effortlessly embodies city chic.
Planning a wedding in the downtown area of a bustling city like Houston or Dallas often means embracing décor that reflects the same chic and classy nature of the venue. We think a black and white wedding suits any season in the city, and though it may bypass modern trends, this glamorous theme makes for an affair with a truly timeless appeal.
Glisten and Glitter: A true city wedding is never complete without a little sparkle, and there is no better way to make a statement than with a few dazzling accessories. Whether it’s with a clutch, a pair of earrings, or a darling necklace, be sure to jazz up your wedding attire with something that shines through the night. Photo Credit: Bride’s Fashion
Bring ‘Em Out: Dress your bridesmaids in the one and only structured, little black dress. They can certainly use it after the big day, and a look this stunning will surely stand the test of time. Photo Credit: Cherry Marry
All Made Up: Sophisticate your look with a daring smoky eye and sexy red lipstick. This bold make-up will undoubtedly capture the attention of your guests (and the eye of your groom), as you walk down the aisle looking beautiful and stylish. Photo Credit: Art Deco Weddings
Classy Cocktails: Any city wedding is expectedly paired with an intimate cocktail hour, full of swanky drinks and music. Plan ahead for a custom cocktail named after something unique to you and your groom and watch as your guests mingle alongside one anther in celebration of your new life together. Photo Credit: Style Me Pretty
Soak up the Skyline: Set aside some time for a special photography session and embrace the beautiful skyline around you. There may not be a horizon in sight, but those breathtaking skyscrapers create an image you’ll certainly want to savor—especially with your dapper looking groom. Photo Credit: Al Torres Photography
By: Kelsea Russo