Have you ever seen a wedding that is so magical it inspires you to start planning? That’s us after looking at Suzy and Jonathan Hall’s tented winter wedding! Get ready to take your notebooks out, you’re going to want to steal every idea they had! After meeting on a dating app, and realizing they lived across the street from each other, this couple married at Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden, in a one-of-a-kind setting!
The fairytale started early at the Hotel Crescent Court, bringing the couple’s families together for the exciting festivities. While the bride and groom were getting ready, their planner Shelby from Dr. Delphinium Designs & Events filled the entire venue with florals that set the entire tone for the day. Following closely to the theme of neutrals, greens and whites, these florals are absolutely swoon-worthy! Their day continued to get better with decor and rentals from Lawson Event Rentals, who helped create the altar and reception decor of the couple’s dreams.
After the most breathtaking ceremony, the day just kept getting better. Gil’s Elegant Catering is called elegant for a reason! With the best food served for dinner, the guests were full, happy and ready to dance. As the night continued, everyone moved to the dance floor where they celebrated all night long with Marquise Pro and his saxophone for live music, bringing an immersive experience to the night. Talk about a party! When it came time to cut the cake, Butterfly Cakery made such a romantic piece – it was almost too perfect to cut. The entire day was captured by Megan Kay Photography via photo (and the photog even captured video, too, under Emily Nicole). Keep scrolling to see all the amazing pictures!
From the bride on her most helpful vendor: “Shelby our Planner from Dr. Delphinium Designs & Events was without a doubt the most incredible and helpful vendor I could have ever hoped for. I don’t think I could have asked for a more perfect planner – she had amazing taste, was communicative, and always offered to do stuff for me without it feeling like it was something extra.”