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Georgina & Tripp: A Modern Wedding in Fort Worth, TX

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Georgina carried phalaenopsis orchids adorned with a jeweled three-leaf clover pendant, which she also added to her bridesmaids' bouquets.
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The nine bridesmaids each wore the same purple V-neck silk gowns by Vera Wang. As a gift, Georgina gave each maid a different pair of earrings.
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The couple exchanged traditional vows on a stage set with bronze candelabras and votive candles. Five-foot iron pew markers with green and ivory blooms ran along the aisle, leading to three altar arrangements with roses, hydrangeas and bells of Ireland.
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Designed to look like the invitations, the programs were made from hand-calligraphed Italian Fabriano paper and tied with a lilac chiffon ribbon.
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Fifty paper lanterns in assorted sizes hung above the dance floor. The soft shades of green and purple perfectly incorporated the couple’s wedding colors without overwhelming the mostly-white décor.
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During the cocktail hour, guests sipped sangria, champagne and watermelon lemonade around ultra-modern high-top tables
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Fifty paper lanterns in assorted sizes hung above the dance floor. The soft shades of green and purple perfectly incorporated the couple's wedding colors without overwhelming the mostly-white décor.
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Small sugar flowers decorated the six-tiered white chocolate, Bailey's and cream-cheese flavored cake. The "seventh layer" on top was actually a vase also made of sugar.
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Blind Date, a band from Austin, played on stage as guests got down on the dance floor, which was adorned with a Celtic symbol and the couple's monogram.
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Guests took home boxes of chocolates from Tripp's family ranch and Georgina's favorite -- crème de menthe -- fastened with an Irish coin.
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Guests held sparklers as the newlyweds made their escape to a waiting limousine.

Georgina & Tripp in Fort Worth, TX

Georgina didn't know that her marriage proposal would depend on the black lab puppy she had given Tripp for Christmas. The Bride Georgina Baker, 24, banker The Groom Tripp Austin, 25, CPA and banker The Date April 5 The dog, Hank, was young and untrained, but Tripp still entrusted him with carrying an engagement ring into the bedroom where Georgina was getting ready to go out to dinner. When Hank roamed around instead of walking toward Georgina, Tripp gave up and told Georgina to follow the dog and look at his collar. Georgina—who met Tripp in high school and started dating him in college—was thrilled to find the ring, but admits that getting Hank to sit still long enough to get it off of him was the hardest part of the proposal. "I'm just glad Hank didn't eat the ring as a snack!"
- Caitlin Moscatello
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