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The classic and dreamy Castle at Rockwall Weddings and Events inspired this romantic fairytale soiree by Weddings by Stardust. Medieval yet enchanting was the style inspiration, brought to life by beautiful blue hues in every shade. Like a princess herself, the bride was styled in a couture Ysa Makino wedding gown from Molly’s Bridal Boutique with stunning hair and makeup by the oh-so-talented The Styling Stewardess. Dr. Delphinium Designs + Events went above and beyond creating the most immaculate long trailing bouquet and supplied the most perfect details such as silver goblets, candles and lanterns for the tablescape. Posh Couture Rentals provided the darling farm table and mismatched white chairs to go along with this setting, and Frosted Pink Cake Company designed a lovely four-tiered cake with blue and silver detailing. A huge thank you to Trisha Kay Photography for capturing all the romance of this styled shoot! Cheers!

Photos by Trisha Kay Photography

From the planner, Laura Hendricks of Weddings by Stardust: “A classic, dreamy castle inspired this romantic fairytale shoot. A grand table fit for a king and queen was the center of design inspiration, paired with silver goblets, rich fruits and bountiful garlands that complemented the grand candelabra. Medieval yet enchanting was our style inspiration accompanied by beautiful blue hues in every shade. Soft and whimsical like a princess herself, our bride was styled in a couture Ysa Makino wedding gown with hand-made accessories by Paris by Debra Mooreland. Prince Charming in the form of a beautiful thoroughbred was my favorite part of the look!”

FEATURED VENDORS

Design, Styling & Stationery | Weddings by Stardust

Photography | Trisha Kay Photography

Venue | The Castle at Rockwall Weddings & Events

Floral | Dr. Delphinium Designs + Events

Rentals | Posh Couture Rentals

Cake | Frosted Pink Cake Company

Bridal Gown | Molly’s Bridal Boutique

Hair + Makeup | The Styling Stewardess

Other Local Vendors:
The Castle at Rockwall Weddings & Events, Trisha Kay Photography