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A Modern Wedding in Fort Worth, TX

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Jenny & Travis in Fort Worth, TX
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Jenny’s 7-year-old cousin carried a floral purse that matched the wreath of roses, hydrangeas and wax flowers she wore in her hair.
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The eight bridesmaids wore the same Ann Taylor dress with a silk sash, along with the pearl earrings and necklaces Jenny gave them as gifts for being in her wedding.
Ann Taylor, AnnTaylor.com
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Gobo lighting and chandeliers played a key role in creating the dramatic ambience Jenny and Travis wanted for their ceremony, which included verses that the couple had hand-picked.
McDavid Studio, Fort Worth
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Cards with a formal script font matched the couple’s invitation and menu design and fit the color palette.
Paperie & Co., Dallas
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Dramatic lighting transformed the ballroom into a warm, romantic space. The signature swirl motif covered the walls, while LED lights showcased the centerpieces.
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Urns filled with orange roses and green and pink hydrangeas rested on the stage where the couple exchanged self-written vows.
The Whimsy Petal, Dallas
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Different arrangements decorated the 45 tables, including clay vases of branches with butterflies and crystals dangling over hydrangeas and roses, as well as cylinders of submerged flowers topped with white feathers.
Jordan Payne, The Whimsy Petal, Dallas
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A leather couch, funky, graphic pillows and a zebra-print rug turned part of the reception space into a hip lounge area.
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To keep things interesting, five different centerpieces decorated the 45 tables: Urns with hydrangeas and bells of Ireland; branches with hanging crystals and bright blooms; cylinders with submerged flowers topped with feathers; fishbowls with floating gerbera daisies; and clay vases with hydrangeas and roses.
Jordan Payne, The Whimsy Petal, Dallas
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A silver “H” for the couple’s last name topped the eight tiers of red velvet, white chocolate and strawberry cheesecake covered in fondant in the same shades as the bouquets.
Frosted Art Bakery, Dallas
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Guests needing a chocolate fix snagged a slice of Travis’ topsy-turvy cake with fondant details and chocolate-covered strawberries.
Frosted Art Bakery, Dallas
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The band played Eric Clapton’s “Wonderful Tonight.” Just before, Jenny and Travis realized they had inscribed the same note to each other on their wedding bands: “Forever and Ever, Love Me.”
Deno, Emerald City, Carrollton

Jenny & Travis in Fort Worth, TX

High-school sweethearts Jennifer and Travis had been inseparable since they were teenagers, so it wasn’t exactly a surprise that Travis was anxious to pop the question. In order to shock her, Travis told Jenny that his parents were waiting for them at the couple’s favorite restaurant in downtown Fort Worth. The Bride Jennifer Wessel, 27, accountant The Groom Travis Haskin, 26, in steel sales The Date July 26 When they arrived, Jenny immediately noticed scattered rose petals, a bottle of champagne and a basket full of wedding magazines (including The Knot!) on the table. Before she had time to fully react, Travis was down on one knee. Jenny said yes (of course!), and the couple spent the rest of the night going over how Travis picked out the ring and what it was like when he asked Jenny’s dad for her hand in marriage.
- Caitlin Moscatello
Their Ingredients
  • f8 Studio, Addison
  • Bass Performance Hall
  • Ann Taylor, AnnTaylor.com
  • McDavid Studio, Fort Worth
  • Paperie & Co., Dallas
  • The Whimsy Petal, Dallas
  • Jordan Payne, The Whimsy Petal, Dallas
  • Frosted Art Bakery, Dallas
  • Deno, Emerald City, Carrollton

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