Meet The Team
Kate McLeod is Texas born and raised, right in the heart of Dallas. She has a love for all things creative. As an artist, Kate has a passion for design. Color, texture, and movement are elements that drive her as a designer. With a professional background in painting and jewelry design, Kate began working with floral design two years ago.A lifetime of artistic influences now inspire her as she works, and plays, with flowers. Working with floral design brings her great joy, a joy that translates into her expressive and unique arrangements for her clients. Attentive to detail, she takes the time to develop the creative style that best matches the unique wishes of her clients.Kate resides in Oak Cliff, Texas with her family and a bounty of friends.
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Couture, refined, editorial-meets-authentic: just a few of the ways we’d describe the work of Maya Jareou, North Texas wedding planner and owner of House of Tales Events. Maya’s approach to planning weddings is based on 15 years’ experience. Her style is distinguished, her events, sophisticated and elevated. At the heart of her business, though, is a keen ability to connect
There is nothing spooky about these 5 fall wedding inspiration shoots! Terra cotta, Bordeaux, hunter, mauve, and orange tones knock the scariness out of choosing the perfect autumn color palette. With colors like these and moody modern venues scattered throughout the DFW area, couples planning a fall wedding are sure to have a ceremony to remember. Check our the links
Pink and purple and mauve, oh my! Each of these shades added to the magic in this whimsical pastel floral inspiration from a powerhouse team of North Texas wedding vendors. Kate McLeod Studio was behind the incredible florals in this styled shoot, from the installation at the ceremony tree to the bouquets and accent pieces. Matching the springtime blooms throughout
Take a step into the not-so-wild west in this refined ‘Wild at Heart’ editorial by Jen Rios Weddings. The suspended floral installation immediately catches your attention as one of the most unique pieces of work. Kate McLeod Studio emulated this natural, earthy look throughout each arrangement while still incorporating femininity in every soft rose. A southwestern deco print adorned the invitation suite from Illustrated
Just thinking about your upcoming wedding day can be overwhelming – much less, making sure the plans and designs come to life seamlessly. Enter: Alexa Kay Events. DFW wedding planner believes your wedding day should be the best possible reflection of you two as a couple, and one that’s worth investing your time, heart and resources! She’s there to be
Day two of our countdown to the cover is a go! And with that we’re sharing a sneak peek of four of the must-see wedding details featured in the upcoming Fall/Winter 2019 issue’s pages. From pretty paperie to the hottest catering trends, our North Texas wedding vendors wow us each issue with the incredible wedding elements they create. Take a
We’re head over heels for this romantic woodland grace altar design by House of Tales Events! Soft pastel florals from Kate McLeod Studio in combination with acrylic rentals from Belle Decor give this scene a gorgeous modern elegance that we simply can’t get enough of. The Milestone – Aubrey was the most breathtaking setting, featuring 52 acres of Texas countryside. Expertly
It’s no secret we love when brides incorporate fun, bright tones into their wedding day details. If you love springtime colors as much as we do, then these fresh ideas are sure to inspire you! From pink and yellow to tangerine, lavender and powder blue, we’ve curated lots of bright ideas for you to tuck away, all photographed at the