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A Traditional Wedding in Dallas, TX

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Kerrie & Cory in Dallas, TX
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Kerrie’s Jimmy Choo heels were dyed to match her dress. The peep-toe style kept them looking traditional, but not stuffy.
Jimmy Choo, Dallas
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Both a priest (for Kerrie’s religion) and a rabbi (honoring Cory’s faith) officiated. The couple incorporated Jewish and Catholic traditions, like marrying under a huppah and lighting a unity candle.
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Ten cylinder vases with submerged orchids and floating candles lined the aisle and were lit up to add a romantic glow to the indoor space.
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The bride wore a Vera Wang gown with a dropped waist decorated with the designer’s signature “love knots” detailing.
Vera Wang, Warren Barron Bridal, Dallas
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Phalaenopsis orchids draped down over candles on some tables. Other tables had hydrangeas and orchids to give the space some texture.
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Orchids played a big part in dressing up the cake. They cascaded down the five-tiered dessert and appeared to float above it, creating a dramatic backdrop.
Frosted Art Bakery, Dallas
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The couple chose a modern tune for their first dance:  Jason Mraz’s “I’m Yours.”
Absolute Entertainment, Dallas
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Kerrie & Cory in Dallas, TX

Kerrie had been with Cory for five years when she visited him in Dallas (she was living in Houston at the time). The two were leaving for St. Louis for their annual St. Louis Cardinals vs. Chicago Cubs game. Kerrie, who’s a lifelong Cards fan, expected to meet Cory, who loves the Cubs, at his house -- but instead, he pulled up to his house where she was waiting and took her to their favorite sushi restaurant. The Bride Kerrie Grubbs, 30, medical sales The Groom Cory Brenner, 30, medical sales The Date March 28 After dinner, Kerrie thought she and Cory were going to watch a movie, but when she walked in the door, she was greeted by lots of lit candles and scattered rose petals. Years before, when Cory first met Kerrie through mutual friends, he told them, “I’m going to marry that girl!” Well, turns out he wasn’t kidding!
- Caitlin Moscatello
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  • Vera Wang, Warren Barron Bridal, Dallas
  • Frosted Art Bakery, Dallas
  • Absolute Entertainment, Dallas

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