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Jill & Randy: A Traditional Wedding in Fort Worth, TX

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Jill's mom made the small velvet and satin pillow with the couple's monogram. On the back, she embroidered, "And the two shall become one."
Made by the bride's mother
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Dark calla lilies sprouted from a mix of hydrangeas, roses, and greenery in arrangements of varying sizes, from short, round bubble vases to tall, dramatic cylinders.
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The three-tiered cake incorporated details from Jill's dress, while fresh hydrangeas topped it off. The couple’s monogram appeared on the middle layer -- a subtle detail that tied together several ceremony and reception details.
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Jill and Randy danced for the first time as husband and wife to a Jason Mraz remake of Etta James's "At Last," giving their music the same modern edge as the rest of their wedding.
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Gift tags with the couple's names and wedding date printed in a modern motif tied together boxes of silver wedding bells.

Jill & Randy in Fort Worth, TX

Jill and Randy knew each other in junior high but didn't start dating until two years after graduation -- college graduation. But once they reconnected, the couple couldn't get enough of each other. The Bride Jill Carlton, 27, high school art teacher The Groom Randy Hall, 26, banker The Date June 14 "That night, it was pretty much love at second sight," says Jill. "I know, pretty corny, but we just knew!" In fact, they were so sure they were meant to be that they got engaged after just three months of dating! The proposal went down on a seemingly random night when Randy came home from work and told Jill he had a surprise for her. She started crying when he pulled out the Louis Vuitton purse she had been lusting after. Jill was so excited about the bag, she didn’t even think to look inside, so Randy nervously suggested she take a peek. Seconds later, Jill shed even more tears as she felt a little ring box at the bottom of the purse and Randy got down on one knee. For their wedding exactly one year later Jill and Randy wanted a modern, formal look, so they chose The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth for their venue and a black and ivory color scheme with silver and eggplant accents.
- Caitlin Moscatello
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