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A Colorful Modern Wedding in Dallas, TX

  • Amy Karp Photography
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Mallory & Ryan in Dallas, TX
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Colorful and exotic flowers like gloriosa lilies, craspedia, pincushion proteas, orchids, and hyacinths created modern bouquets.
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Mallory chose this dress partly because the metallic embroidery had an artistic quality that harmonized with the wedding theme.
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Mallory's bridesmaids matched in strapless gray cocktail dresses.
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Accordion-fold booklets printed with a cursive font held the ceremony details.
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Two tall manzanita trees adorned with colorful carnation pomanders flanked the couple as they exchanged vows.
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The wedding revolved around the colorful Hart Window glass sculpture by Dale Chihuly that decorates the museum's atrium.
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Vibrant purple room lighting lent a club-like edge to the space.
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A long glass tray holding a rainbow of blooms was an eye-catching focal point for the head table.
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Flat white vases filled with carefully composed petals and berries had the artful effect the couple wanted.
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Mallory and Ryan wanted completely unique centerpieces-certainly the case with these tall columns wrapped in flowers.
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The tables were labeled with minimalistic cards designed with a contemporary font.
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Guests grabbed handmade collages which were draped on two manzanita tress, on their way out.

Mallory & Ryan in Dallas, TX

The Bride Mallory Harden, 25, a virology PhD student The Groom Ryan Stover, 24, a life sciences consultant The Date November 26 Mallory and Ryan's first date was at the Dallas Museum of Art, making it an easy choice for their venue. The Dale Chihuly glass installation in the museum's atrium became the couple's design inspiration, lending its colors and floral shapes to everything from the bouquets to the centerpieces.
- Vi-An Nguyen
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