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Nicolina & Michael: A Traditional Wedding in Fort Worth, TX

  • f8studio, Addison
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Nicolina & Michael in Fort Worth, TX
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The bride carried a white and ivory bouquet of hydrangeas, lisianthus, and peonies with touches of greenery.
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Rich blooms in red, deep purple, fuchsia, and dark blue made up the bridesmaid bouquets.
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The escort cards, placed in red envelopes, resembled miniature versions of album covers.
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At the reception, floor-to-ceiling windows overlooked downtown Fort Worth.  The cocktail hour was held in the building's lobby, the reception took place in the ballroom. Clusters of pillar candles in varying heights added a glow to the room.
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The tables were named after records that meant something to the couple, such as London Calling by The Clash.
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The bride and groom danced to Otis Redding's "These Arms of Mine."
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The cake was made to look like a traditional Chinese dress with Chinese frog-style knot buttons in red running down the front. A double happiness symbol was used as a cake topper.

Nicolina & Michael in Fort Worth, TX

Though Nicolina and Michael didn't have the same classes at Columbia Business School, they did spend a fair amount of time together participating in the year-end comedy show. The two also organized weekly school happy hours for more than 1,000 classmates, at which, Michael will tell you that romanced bloomed over buying beer kegs. The Bride Nicolina Kuh, 30, director of finance The Groom Michael O'Rorke, 35, management consultant The Date March 1 Thankfully, all that party planning came in handy when it came time to plan their wedding. Though the couple calls New York City their home, Nicolina always wanted to show off her native state of Texas to her college and New York friends, so they picked downtown Fort Worth because she always loved its old-time feel.
- Sarah E. Klem
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  • f8studio, Addison

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