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A Vintage Formal Wedding in Fort Worth, TX

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Amelia & Bryan in Fort Worth, TX
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To capture a glamorous look, white roses were wrapped in pearls.
Tami Winn/leFleur Couture by Tami Winn Events
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The bridesmaids carried their peach rose bouquets wrapped in handkerchiefs that had also been wedding invitations.
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Bryan’s white tie stood out among his groomsmen’s simple black ones.
Calvin Klein
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Amelia's nephew carried the rings on wooden blocks which were personalized with special messages.
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A vintage-inspired Fort Worth postcard (another nod to the travel theme) served as the RSVP card.
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Because the architecture of the chapel was so stunning, Amelia and Bryan didn’t need to add any décor.
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As Amelia and Bryan left the ceremony, guests waved these ribbon streamers.
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The old train station incorporated both the “journey” theme and the vintage feel the couple was after.
The Ashton Depot
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Each table was marked with a framed vintage map of a city that Amelia or Bryan had lived in.
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Bryan’s project was to cut paper rounds and attach them to doilies and card stock to make these menu cards.
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Amelia & Bryan in Fort Worth, TX

The Bride Amelia Fendley, 31, a fourth-year general surgery resident The Groom Bryan Tower, 33, a risk management consultant The Date September 17 Amelia and Bryan chose to wed at The Ashton Depot, which is just down the railroad tracks from where they met as neighbors at The Depot lofts. A “journey” theme emerged, and train-and travel-inspired elements infused meaning into many of the day’s details. To finish the look, Amelia’s love of vintage glamour brought in a subdued color palette of gray, white and peach.
- Vi-An Nguyen
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