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An Elegant Hometown Wedding in Andrews, TX

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Danielle & Kyle in Andrews, TX
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A round posy of white peonies, calla lilies, roses and lilacs made for a classic bridal bouquet.
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Kyle wore a white calla lily, ranunculus, hypericum berries and bear grass.
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The Empire-waist dresses with sweetheart necklines flattered all six of Danielle's bridesmaids. Textured cream bouquets were a romantic touch.
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Danielle added a sweetheart neckline to her strapless A-line dress.
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A cursive font on white cardstock made the invites perfectly elegant.
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A board decked out in a lattice of greens held the escort cards.
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Danielle and Kyle used draping and red lighting to make the cocktail hour look and feel separate from the reception.
Inside Image Creative Design; La Tavola; Dallas Party Tent & Event; CORT Event Furnishings; AVSD Productions
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Colorful table linens and patterned gobo lights dressed up the blank space.
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Lots of candles helped the white flowers (set in cylinder vases) take on a romantic glow.
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Tall bell vases topped with hydrangeas, roses and orchids gave some of the tables a boost in height.
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Different striped, checkered and swirled designs on each of the tiers gave the all-white cake a little character.

Danielle & Kyle in Andrews, TX

The Bride Danielle Kelton, 23, a volleyball coach at McMurry University The Groom Kyle Robarts, 28, director of marketing services at McMurry University The Date June 4 Danielle and Kyle wanted to hold their wedding in her hometown of Andrews. The only problem? The small city didn’t have “any grand venues to pick from,” Danielle says. To make the most of their plain space, they brought in bright colors (yellow and red), lights and flowers to transform the room.
- Vi-An Nguyen
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  • StarDust Celebrations
  • RSVP Invitations & Gifts
  • Inside Image Creative Design; La Tavola; Dallas Party Tent & Event; CORT Event Furnishings; AVSD Productions
  • Leslie Rabenaldt

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