SWEET BEGINNINGS: Andrea and Aaron met at work in the spring of 2012, where she was hired as a concept artist at an animation studio in Dallas and he was a freelance animator. It was love at first sight!
PERFECT PROPOSAL: Aaron took Andrea to a romantic dinner at the Hilton Anatole. His mom and sister had gone to the restaurant earlier in the day to deliver a “present” for Andrea. The couple sat in front of a huge window overlooking Dallas with a piano player right next to them. The duo ordered drinks, but the waiter brought the present for Andrea instead. Inside was a beautiful ring and at that moment, Aaron knelt on one knee and proposed.
GET HER LOOK: Andrea wore a romantic, blush-hued, A-line gown by Allure Bridals with a tulle skirt, lace, and beading cascading from the sweetheart neckline.
BOHO CHIC: Aaron’s favorite color is red, so Andrea chose a dark tone and added saturated pinks, burgundy and purple to the palette to make it pop. The couple incorporated boho and vintage details throughout.
SPECIAL TOUCHES: The duo incorporated the super fun Crazy Hour. The bride is from Venezuela where the culture celebrates this special hour during weddings where they dance and bring out party accessories like hats, beaded necklaces, glasses and light-up bracelets.
VENDOR LOVE: Aaron and Andrea loved working with their photographer, Anna of Anna Smith Photography. Photos of the wedding were very important to the couple, and the pictures were everything they had hoped for. The images turned out beautiful, and there are so many memories and moments of that day that are forever recorded.
other local vendors: Jay Ortiz Catering Company • Society Bakery • Ducky Bob’s • Deejay Neno • Dirt Flowers • Lashes and Lace • Piassick Photography • DFW Carriages