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City Club of Fort Worth – August Table Scapes and Trends Event Photos

Earlier this month we were honored to take part in Tablescapes & Trends at City Club of Fort Worth.  This twice a year open house is a great free event that shows off the best vendors in Fort Worth at one of my favorite venues to work at.  I always love seeing the creative designs that coordinators & florists put together for their tables.  Every time they are so different and it really does give planning brides a good peek into what is popular for the upcoming wedding season and new ideas for invites or decor.  Thanks to all the vendors that too part including:

Tami Winn & Le Fleur Couture

Bliss Bridal

Events by Dayna

Kelly Norvel of Bridal Blooms

Mary Parks Floral

Flowers on the Square

William Ryan, It’s your night entertainment


Tommy Evans, Specialty Sound

Turquoise Productions Video

Celebrations Event Rental

Creme de la Creme Cakes

Some of my favorite trends by Tami Winn.  A bright pop of color as a small accent, use of existing furniture or rentals and this vintage hand made invitation handkerchiefs.

I adore the shine in this design above and the use of different size vessels.

Greenery used in an interesting way and small wire detailing.

White seems to be a definite trend for next year as many florists incorporated this classic color.

These bright stems by Kelly Norvell in the main ballroom work perfectly at the City Club.

Bridal cakes should make a statement in a room and this one by creme de la creme stands tall at 7 layers!

City Club has a perfect place to get married as well as celebrate, Ceremony floral by Mary Parks.

Always impressed with City Club’s food and beverage selections.

Ah!  That’s me.  I hate being on a mic but was so pleased to share with brides about some of the rising trends in photography like themed shoots and first looks!

Bouquet toss for some fabulous prizes for the brides present.

Eugenia & Michael {Married Part 3 – Details & Reception} Fort Worth Modern Art Museum & Botanic Gardens

The reception is when the FUN happens and it is also where we get to see the hard work of Eugenia & Michael’s team.  I fell completely in love with the purple motif created in the grand lobby and cafe modern by Philip Combs Designs, Dayna Tooley Events, Specialty Sound & MM Special Events.  The floral was smart and crisp and the repetition of the sliver branches that mimicked the sculpture on the grounds was ingenious.  The lounge furniture and purple up-lighting gave the cafe the ultimate swanky feeling.  The food by The Modern was delicious as always and Eugenia, Michael and their guests and a fabulous time dancing the night away.  The yummy cake was by Creme de la Creme.

Eugenia & Michael {Married Part 1 – Preperation & Ceremony} Fort Worth Modern Art Museum & Botanic Gardens

Eugenia and Michael are a very special couple.  They both serve our country in the US Army and met while stationed abroad.  This month they were finally married which means soon they will be able to be stationed together and no longer stationed states away from each other.  For their wedding they selected Fort Worth since no matter what their families would have to travel and Eugenia would need to plan some where other than she was stationed.  This difficult task was made much easier by the help of Dayna Tooley, event planner and coordinator, who helped with every detail.  On the day of the wedding we met up at The Embassy Suites in down town Fort Worth for preparations.  Eugenia is one lucky girl with a whole beauty team in her family.  Her Mother did her hair and her sister helped with make up for her and most of the bridesmaids.  Definitely an easy team to trust!

Once the gown was on we headed over to the Fort Worth Botanical Garden for the couples first look and ceremony.  Tomorrow I will be sharing their first moments together on the wedding day as well as some of the fabulous portraits we were able to take with all the time this allows us.  They were married in the Rose Garden, Eugenia pictured something outside and flowering for her wedding and this is one of the first things they selected.  The reception was more Michael’s vision, the Fort Worth Modern. More of their fun, dance filled party later this week!  The weather could not have been more perfect and the clouds rolled in just moments before the ceremony making the light so perfect.  I adored their traditional broom jumping, fist pumping celebration as they walked out of the wedding and the sweet moment with Michael’s Grandfather as he welcomed Eugenia to the family.

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