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A Traditional Wedding in Fort Worth, TX

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Kate & Brice in Fort Worth, TX
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To tie in with the blue, silver, and white theme, Kate wore blue Manolo Blahnik Something Blue satin pumps with her gown.
Neiman Marcus
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The couple chose their favorite foods to serve at the wedding. There was a sushi station, a meat station, a macaroni and cheese bar, a salad station, a champagne bar and, later in the evening, waiters circulated with trays of ice cream sandwiches.
Modern Art Museum, Fort Worth, TX
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Kate chose understated peonies, lily of the valley, and freesia for her bouquet because she wanted flowers that wouldn’t overwhelm the beauty of her dress.
Jim Irwin, Fort Worth, TX
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Because the reception venue was such a modern space with tall ceilings, Kate chose single statement centerpieces. Each table was adorned with clear glass vases overflowing with orchids.
Jim Irwin, Fort Worth, TX
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Kate wanted an extremely elegant centerpiece for the reception, so she designed a six-tiered cake with sugar flowers and fondant swirls. It was displayed on a clear Lucite table in the center of the room.
Le Gateau Cakery, Dallas, TX
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In addition to pertinent information about the bridal party and the service, the programs featured Kate and Brice’s favorite bible (verse (Jude 1:24-25), a passage about joy.
The Current Event, Fort Worth, TX
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Instead of placing the favors at each seat, where guests would have had to keep track of them all evening, Kate had the silver boxes of chocolates and mints placed on a table near the exit.
The Current Event, Fort Worth, TX
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To accommodate the large number of guests, dinner was served in one hall and, after the meal, guests retired to another room for dancing.
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Brice’s cake was half red velvet and half dark chocolate. The topper, a pair of boots, is a replica of the pair he had custom made with the Dallas Baptist University (Brice’s alma mater) emblem on the front.
Le Gateau Cakery, Dallas, TX

Kate & Brice in Fort Worth, TX

Kate was out in downtown Fort Worth celebrating her graduation from college when she met Brice, who was toasting a successful baseball season with his friends. They danced and talked, and Kate had such a great time that even though Brice told her he was moving back to his home town in Colorado in less than a month, she gave him her phone number anyway. After spending the next three weeks with Kate, Brice scrapped the idea of moving to Colorado and, instead, started to look for a job in Dallas. The Bride Kate Scully, 24, a law student The Groom Brice Wells, 25, an inside sales associate at IBM The Date June 20 They’d only been dating for eight months when they went for a weekend getaway to a ranch in west Texas. On a walk before dinner, Brice got down on one knee and told Kate he wanted to spend the rest of his life with her. They started planning their blue, white, and silver-themed wedding the moment they returned to Dallas.
- Davida Sidrane Hogan
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  • Modern Art Museum, Fort Worth, TX
  • Jim Irwin, Fort Worth, TX
  • Le Gateau Cakery, Dallas, TX

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