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Meredith & Kyle: A Pink Wedding in Dallas, TX

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Meredith & Kyle in Dallas, TX
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The bride’s lifelong favorite color—pink—provided the inspiration for the wedding’s eye-popping style. “We accented the different shades of pink with candy apple green, which was perfect for a spring wedding,” Meredith explains. The nine bridesmaids wore strapless, raspberry taffeta, floor-length dresses by Amsale. And, of course, the flowers were  ...
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Wreaths of pink flowers adorned the doors to the Highland Park United Methodist Church, where Meredith and Kyle said, I do.
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Altar arrangements in pink and green stood atop bronze-color wrought-iron urns, and the first few pews were set off with pink and white nosegays, bringing a bit of the day’s color to the sanctuary’s Gothic-style architecture. Five hundred guests gathered in the church to watch Meredith and Kyle exchange their vows in a traditional Christian ceremon ...
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The cheerful color scheme was in full effect at the reception, held at the Dallas Country Club. As guests arrived, the main entrance was awash in pink light, and a wreath of green carnations hung in the front window.
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At the entrance and on the buffet tables, tall arrangements of pink peonies, pink and green hydrangea, pink and champagne ranunculus, tulips, and other blooms held sway.
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The bride’s cake was a six-tier round, white-chocolate cake with Italian cream filling and vanilla buttercream frosting. Pink and green hydrangea and pink and champagne-color roses cascaded down the side of the cake and wrapped around the base.
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Kyle’s groom’s cake was the perfect complement: a three-tier square, chocolate fudge cake frosted in chocolate ganache–coated buttercream. A cascade of green cymbidium orchids provided a burst of color, as did the key lime pie tartlets (the groom’s favorite dessert) that covered the cake table.
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As guests left, they picked up B-shape sugar cookies iced in white and pink or green. On the back, the sticker closure provided the newlyweds’ new address.
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The entrance to the ballroom was draped in pink fabric, as was the wall behind the band, and more soft pink lighting made the room glow.

Meredith & Kyle in Dallas, TX

The summer before her senior year, Meredith Miller interned with fashion designer Carolina Herrera in New York City. Little did she know that in just three years, she’d be walking down the aisle in one of her gowns. It was that summer that Meredith met William (Kyle) Bebee at a Manhattan sports bar. They went out a few times that summer but cut things short when Meredith went back to school. A year later, though, they found themselves both living in Dallas, and, as Meredith says: “We picked up right where we had left off.” The Bride Meredith Miller, 24, corporate event planner The Groom William (Kyle) Bebee, 26, working in real estate acquisitions The Date April 22 A few years later on one Friday in October, Meredith and Kyle were reuniting for a weekend at Meredith’s family’s lake house after Kyle had spent a few days away on a business trip. When they walked out of the house into the backyard, Meredith saw what Kyle had really been working on for the past few days, with help from a close friend. More than 10,000 lights were strung from the trees, and Kyle had blown up nine photos of the couple -- from when they had first met to more recent pictures -- and placed them around the yard. The couple walked from photo to photo reminiscing, and when they reached the last one, Kyle got down on one knee and proposed. “I said yes, of course!” Meredith says.
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