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A Vintage Modern Wedding in Fort Worth, TX

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Courtney & Joseph in Fort Worth, TX
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The bridesmaids carried uniquely shaped all-green bouquets of button mums and chrysanthemums.
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Courtney’s favorite wedding accessory was a pair of navy polka-dot peep toes—conveniently her “something blue.”
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Courtney’s bridesmaids wore deep V-neck gowns with full skirts.
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The ring bearer and flower girl, Courtney’s nephew and niece, looked as elegant as the adults in classic black and white formalwear.
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Courtney and Joseph loved the grand look of the church so much that they opted for simple décor.
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The first six pews at the church were decorated with bright bunches of greenery.
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Original stained-glass windows, barrel-vaulted ceilings and big chandeliers are what sold Courtney and Joseph on the venue.
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Antique blue-and-white Chinese vases and bowls filled with green and white flowers brightened up the navy linens. Lots of votives added a romantic glow.
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Navy chair sashes and table linens set a dramatic mood.
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A big sugar flower cascaded down one side of this fashion-forward cake (one of three).
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For dancing and the cake cutting, Courtney changed into a vintage gown she’d shortened for the occasion.
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Having always loved Elvis, the couple chose his song “Pocketful of Rainbows” to fit their wedding’s vibe.
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Courtney & Joseph in Fort Worth, TX

The Bride Courtney Lutz, 32, a web content specialist for Pier 1 The Groom Joseph Grossman, 31, a firefighter and paramedic The Date April 2 Inspired by travel posters from the ’40s and ’50s, Courtney and Joseph set out to mix that romanticized vibe with the classic styles of Jackie Kennedy and Audrey Hepburn. Their historic train station venue fit the old Hollywood look they had in mind.
- Vi-An Nguyen
Their Ingredients
  • Aves Photographic Design
  • The Ashton Depot
  • Alexa Overall
  • Kate Spade, Neiman Marcus

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