Classic Wedding Looks That Never Go Out of Style
When in Doubt…
For a bridal party look that will withstand trends, dressing your attendants in clean, crisp white is a safe bet, like bride Julia Zaninovich did for her April 10, 2021, wedding to Michael Rosen at the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek.
Bride Sydnee Hilburn stuns in a simple yet sexy Alexandra Grecco gown to wed Jared Davis at his family home on April 17, 2021. Deanna Harney dons a full-skirted, graceful Reem Acra gown for her Nasher Sculpture Center “I do’s” to Thomas Welch on May 7, 2021.
Back in Time
Lauren Gentry and Michael Crow’s reception—held at Hotel Crescent Court on May 1, 2021—featured the big-band-esque musical stylings of Jordan Kahn Orchestra; a classic white-and-green floral palette, expertly executed by Branching Out Events; and glowing candlelight, all arranged by Park Cities Events. For traditional brides, it’s a can’t-go-wrong combination you’ll look back on fondly for years to come.
Tried & True
Crafted by Three Branches Floral from lily of the valley and sweet pea, Caroline Cooper’s dainty bouquet (left) for her February 27, 2021, Brook Hollow Golf Club nuptials to Logan Stevens is understated elegance at its best. For a still timeless but more dramatic display, Isabella Carrillo (above) chose a trailing design in a classic color palette, brought to life by Olive Grove Designs, for her May 14, 2021, Olana “I do’s” to Matthew Wiltse.
Flowers That Never Go Out of Style
- Lily of the Valley
- Baby’s Breath