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Dallas Dinner Photographed by Ryan Ray

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What a wonderful year of destination event travel for Easton! We were oh so lucky to spend the year planning with this adorable couple. Stefy and Michael are just returning from their honeymoon after an amazing wedding celebration in Mazatlan, Mexico over the Thanksgiving holiday. So by way of reminiscing, we thought we would share some photos from their spring Welcome Party at the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas.

We channeled a clean modern aesthetic with mirrored table top, ghost chairs and simple clean lines of deconstructed florals. The palette inspiration for this dinner is a mix of reflective glass and tropical flowers. We especially love the menu detail printed on clear vellum. Ryan Ray did a splendid job capturing the couple and the event for us!

Many thanks to Martha Stewart Weddings for featuring Stefy & Michael’s party on The Bride’s Guide. Check out the post here!













Photography: Ryan Ray 
Event Design, Styling, and Production: Easton Events
Floral Design: Jackson Durham
Location: Nasher Sculpture Center
Catering: Wolfgang Puck
Stationery: Rock Paper Scissors
Calligraphy: Caligraphic Arts, Inc.
Music: William Foley
Lighting: Beyond
Rentals: Posh Couture
Linens: La Tavola
Hair: Erika at Lure Salon
Makeup: Jayme Golden

Stefy’s Look - Dress & Shoes: Gucci & Jimmy Choo

Michael’s Look – Suit, Shirt & Pocket Square: Ralph Lauren Black Label , Eton, and Tie Bar


Charleston Wedding Inspiration: Pearls

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There’s nothing more classic than a strand of perfectly polished pearls adorning a bride’s neck.  We love the way brides are modernizing the single strand by layering, knotting, and slinging them around the back of their gowns.


Southern bride photo by Jen Fariello at Zero George with Lula KateElopement dress photo by Elizabeth MessinaVeil photo by Marina Locke, Jackie O-esque pearlsSahavit Tshuba wedding gownBraceletChanel runway


Charleston Wedding Inspiration: Frills

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With all of this Gatsby talk, we are loving the look of layered frills to bring a fresh nod toward the roaring twenties.


Many of the 2013 runways are featuring soft, flowing folds of fabric in skirting, sleeves, and everywhere in between.  Frills are an ultra-femme way to pump up the volume on your bridal gown or even decor.


The Lane editorialBlack and white frillGucci runway, White topOlivia PalermoCake by Maggie Austin,  Marchesa runway, High-low skirt


Charleston Wedding Inspiration: Golden Yellow

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With daffodils and tulips blooming everywhere, it’s easy to be inspired by spring’s sunny disposition.  Golden hued yellow is such a lovely color palette choice, whether you keep it clean and bright, pairing it with crisp white, or whether you like a more amber color paired with stormy grays.


Bride with bridesmaids photo by Ryan Ray,  Yellow floral guideWedding cake, Macarons, Olivia PalermoMarguerite Shift by BHLDNBlithe Slingbacks by BHLDNMarble staircaseGolden gown

Charleston Wedding Inspiration: Spring Pastels

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Spring is peeking through in pale blue skies and soft pink and yellow blooms, so naturally we have pastels on the brain.  A pastel palette works beautifully when one hue is paired with a bolder color or a metallic, or go ultra-femme and group your pastels with lace.


Blue applique gown source unknown, J.Crew bridesmaidPastel pink wedding gown photo by Shea ChristinePeoniesHairbow portraitDr Martens shoesDress hemsShirtsPink table setting, Bride photo by Segerius Bruce

Charleston Wedding Inspiration: Gingham

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With warmer weather just around the corner, we’re thinking pretty spring picnics.  So today we’re bringing you gingham inspiration.  From the quaint picnic blanket to the elegant wedding tablescape, gingham can be just the right print to mix in to your color palette.


Muted napkin photo by Jessica PetersonStraight tie photo by Alison ConklinGingham-lined envelopeSarah Jessica ParkerRed dining room chairsSpoonsGingham tie on vaseLined suit coat with pocket squareForage bow tie, Beer koozie photo by  Jeff loves Jessica, Green button down

Color Me Beautiful: Statement Veils

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A bride’s veil is one of those details that can truly make a statement on a wedding day.  Cathedral veils hearken back to the most formal, royal weddings and are just timelessly romantic.  Blushers in polka dot or edged in lace are flirtatious and sweet, while a Juliet cap veil is feminine with a bohemian edge.





Real wedding by Elizabeth Messina, Dotted veil from BHLDN, Cathedral photo by Jose Villa, Side-tied veil, Kate Moss, Juliet cap veil, Monogram photo by Katelyn James, Edged in applique

Charleston Wedding Inspiration: Winter White

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It may not be snowing in Virginia quite yet but with parts of the country receiving their first bout of chilly weather, we’re dreaming of winter whites.  A snowy backdrop can be beautiful for a wedding, but even if you aren’t expecting snowfall on your wedding day, a wintery mix of whites, ivories, and creams in a variety of textures can evoke the beauty and glamour of a brisk walk through the snowdrifts.

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Lace dress, Chandelier, Bride in the snow, Table setting, Real wedding photos by Benj Haisch, Chanel runway, Snowy street, Bouquet photo by Benj Haisch, Peony bouquet, White and burlap table photo by Kristyn Hogan

70′s Inspired Glam

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The bohemian trend has been around for a while, but right now we are more drawn to that 60′s/70′s glam – the more polished, colorful side of things.  Dramatic cat eye makeup, long sleeved gowns, hair with big volume, and oversized floppy hats are all inspired pieces to incorporate into your wedding.  Keep things fresh by adding modern details and choosing a clean color palette.

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Winter Fur

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If you are planning a winter wedding consider adding something to keep you warm. We love the idea of a vintage fur to keep you from shivering on your special day. There a variety of styles to stay cozy (and glamorous!) such as coats, capes and stoles.



Image 1 by Elizabeth Messina , Image 2 by Aaron Delesie , Image 3 by Tana Photography Image 4 & 5 by Punam Bean