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Leigh & Keith: A Traditional Wedding in Dallas, TX

  • Scott and Tem Photography, Dallas
    Meredith Schneider, Dallas
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Leigh & Keith in Dallas, TX
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Red tulips were the first flowers Keith ever gave Leigh, which is why the bride carried a bouquet of red tulips, red roses, green hypericum, green cymbidium orchids, white hydrangea, and bear grass on her wedding day.
The Urban Blossom, Addison, TX
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The bridal party carried red tulips and bear grass wrapped with large leaves.
The Urban Blossom, Addison, TX
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The ceremony took place at sunset in an old Gulf Oil building built in the 1900s, which looked like a New York-style loft.  The couple strung red Chinese lanterns from the rafters.
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The red tulips in the centerpieces not only held sentimental value, they achieved that sleek and modern look Leigh wanted, when arranged in turquoise glass vases.
The Urban Blossom, Addison, TX
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Playful polka dots, graphic flowers and stripes in black, red, and turquoise covered the four-tiered cake.
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The couple made their exit down the staircase of the Hickory Street Annex while guests tossed blew bubbles.

Leigh & Keith in Dallas, TX

Leigh and Keith both were students at Texas A&M University -- Commerce. When Keith first saw Leigh, they were in the cafeteria. He asked a friend who she was and he told him that she was seeing someone. Strike one. The Bride Kathryn (Leigh) Gable, 27, national account manager The Groom Keith Geiman, 25, leasing agent The Date February 9 The following spring, they both showed up to the same party, where Leigh saw Keith sitting on a couch with friends. Leigh remembers thinking he was one of most attractive men she had ever seen, so she made her move and introduced herself. Unfortunately, her plan backfired and she spent most of the night talking to Keith's friend. Strike two. A few days later though, Keith asked another friend to play matchmaker and soon he had her phone number. They eventually made plans to get together on Saturday night. Luckily, the third time was a charm. Exactly six years later, after a heartfelt proposal in the Bahamas, they were married at sunset in downtown Dallas.
- Sarah E. Klem
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  • Scott and Tem Photography, Dallas
  • Meredith Schneider, Dallas
  • The Urban Blossom, Addison, TX

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