From Lottie, the stylist:
“As an interior photographer and bride, Jen knew that her wedding venue needed to be something special, with incredible architecture, clean lines and large enough to accommodate her 320 guests. We knew that the Kimbell Art Museum was that fit and our team went to work with a design that would be airy, light and minimal.
The bride’s custom gown was centered around the complete look and design. Simplistic, sophisticated and timeless. We kept our palette fresh with whites, organic greenery, and accents of gold.
With the fickle temperament of Texas weather, our plans for an outdoor ceremony were dashed but not ruined. We made some slight modifications and brought guests under the portico which gives a beautiful view of the museum property. Just as our processional began the rain ceased and the ceremony was a dream! Afterward, guests enjoyed cocktails on the patio leading to dinner and dancing.”
Bride and Groom: Jen Morley & Clay Burner | Photographer: Kristen Kilpatrick | Stylist/Planner: Grit & Gold Event Co. | Floral Designer: The Southern Table | Dress/Outfit Designer: Nardos Design | Hair and Makeup Artist: Meg B Beauty | Venue: Kimbell Art Museum | Food/Dessert Catering: Reata | Ceremony Musician: Justin Cash Music | Videography: Klear Cut Media | Paper and Signs: Pretty Post Calligraphy | Invitations: Paper Planet Design | Furniture Rentals: Bella Acento | Linens: La Tavola Linen | | Dance Floor Rental: DFW Dance Floors | Cake: Bride’s Sister
When fall turns to winter, there are a few fleeting moments full of beauty and elegance outdoors: chilly air causes any remaining leaves to crisp, bare branches shiver, and the golden hues in the fields begin to fade. Could there be a more enchanting moment to immortalize in your wedding design?