Sisters are the best. They can help you with your homework. Guide you with your wardrobe. Maybe even fudge the truth with your parents if needed. And sometimes, they will even introduce you to your future groom. Which is exactly how Kyle met Sarah. Sarah was good friends with Kyle’s sister Ashley. Sarah had hung out with the family on so many occasions that his mother even started to introduce Sarah as “the girl I want Kyle to marry.” So after a few subtle hints from the family, the two started dating after Ashley’s wedding.
Kyle went all out for the proposal. Taking it back to where it began, where his sister got married. A tree wrapped in twinkly lights and a table filled with her favorite flowers and photos of the two of them. Of course she said yes and was surprised again after her family and friends appeared for an engagement party.
Fall being their favorite season; it wasn’t hard for the couple to decided on an October wedding. And even with the White Sparrow still under construction, no paint on the walls, Sarah immediately fell in love with the place. It would fit perfectly with their palette of burgundy and blush and give the space a whimsical, romantic feel.
The bridesmaids were glamorous in a deep merlot while the groomsmen looked so handsome in their navy suit and both provided a stark contrast to the complete white of the venue. All eyes were on Sarah as she made her way down the aisle in her Justin Alexander dress and delicate floral crown. Their favorite bible verse was featured at the altar and hung between two wreaths.
After the ceremony, family and friends hit up cocktail hour for the mimosa bar and mini quiche while the ceremony space was completely transformed for the reception. Runners of greenery, flowers in rich hues, gold chargers and an array of candles made the space feel more intimate and gave the romantic feel Sarah was looking for.
The breakfast theme was continued at the reception with chicken and waffles and biscuit sliders. Plates were cleared and tables moved so guests could tear up the dance floor. The dessert table was a sight to behold. A colorfully painted background highlighted a variety of desserts including macaroons, mini pumpkin pies, mini s’mores, and cheesecake bites. Family and friends were gifted honey from the bride’s uncle before sending off the newlyweds in sparkler tunnel.
Floral | Holly Viles | Photography | Dyan Kethley | Venue | The White Sparrow Barn | Cake and Treats | Layered Bake Shop| Paper | Clara Doyle Designs | Linens | La Tavola | Tabletop Rentals | Posh Couture Rentals | Catering | Macklins | Entertainment and Lighting | Uptown Sound | Hair and Makeup | Brittany Jones | Gown | Bridal Boutique Lewisville