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Stephanie & Dave: A Casual Wedding in Dallas, TX

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Stephanie & Dave in Dallas, TX
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Stephanie chose an ivory satin halter gown with a rosette at the waist and a short sweep train from David’s Bridal.
David’s Bridal, Dallas
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The classical music lovers chose to marry at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center. “I’ve wanted to get married at the Meyerson ever since I performed a concert there when I was 15,” Stephanie says of the unique building, designed by renowned architect I.M. Pei.
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Stephanie's four bridesmaids wore Watters & Watters dresses.
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Stephanie's bridesmaid dresses featured an ivory organza overlay with two hand-painted purple hydrangea blossoms on the skirt and a purple velvet sash at the waist.
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Men’s Wearhouse, Lewisville
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A jazz pianist played as fruit punch and mimosas were served. Guests helped themselves to a symphony of brunch options at an omelet station, a carving station, a pasta station, and a station with poached salmon and fresh fruit.
Culinaire International, Dining at the Meyerson, Dallas
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Guests blew bubbles as Stephanie and Dave made their exit in a 1958 white Rolls-Royce.
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Dave and his groomsmen (his four brothers) wore black Joseph & Feiss three-button suits with purple jacquard vests and purple neckties.
Men’s Wearhouse, Lewisville
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Stephanie and Dave chose a three-tier cake with each tier separated by purple and green hydrangeas. The bottom tier was almond-flavored white cake with strawberry filling (the flavor the groom’s parents had had at their wedding), the second tier was carrot cake with Bavarian cream filling (in honor of the bride’s parents’ wedding cake), and the top ...
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A woodwind quintet of flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French horn—all friends with whom Dave had played at Rice—performed the processional and recessional music. The couple chose classical music for the ceremony but made their selections nontraditional, choosing works from lesser-known composers such as Taffanel, Klughardt, and Mouret. A brides ...
Attacca Wind Quintet, Dallas

Stephanie & Dave in Dallas, TX

As soon as they met, Stephanie and David, knew they were destined to make beautiful music together. They met at Rice University, where both of them were working toward master’s degrees in music. “We hit it off instantly,” Stephanie says, “It was obvious to everyone around us that we’d be married one day.” The Bride Stephanie King, 26, music teacher and clarinet player The Groom David Brimhall, 26, San Antonio Symphony french horn player The Date June 19 On Stephanie’s birthday, the two were walking around the Rice campus when Dave stopped beside a lit fountain near the music building. Dave said, “Happy birthday,” holding out a small box containing an engagement ring.
- Kate Wood
Their Ingredients
  • David’s Bridal, Dallas
  • Men’s Wearhouse, Lewisville
  • Culinaire International, Dining at the Meyerson, Dallas
  • Attacca Wind Quintet, Dallas

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