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An Outdoor Wedding in Hunt, TX

The couple met in high school - they dated for a few summers in college before both ending up in Dallas.  The Bride Emily Crozier, 29 and third-year r

The couple met in high school - they dated for a few summers in college before both ending up in Dallas. The Bride Emily Crozier, 29 and third-year resident in otolaryngology - head and neck surgery, at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center The Groom Jonathan Ret, 29 and an attorney at A. William Arnold III & Associates, P.C. The Date October 10 “I wanted the wedding to feel very organic with beautiful raw elements,” Emily says. “I also wanted there to be some vivid color to set it all off.” She chose peacock blue and chartreuse green with accents of bronze and brown.

Antique-finished candle stands filled with peonies, hydrangeas, mums, ranunculus, anemones, and roses, and peacock blue runners decorated the dining tables.
Emily's bouquet was filled with anemones, roses, succulents, and more. She had her grandmother's antique brooch pinned to the stems for a personal touch.
The programs were printed on heavy ivory cardstock, tied with deep teal silk ribbon and displayed in wicker baskets.
Emily gave her girls several yards of peacock blue dupioni silk and had them design their own dresses. She didn't even see most of the styles until the wedding day.
Guests went home with mercury glass votives filled with succulents to plant in their own gardens.
Arrangements of roses and greens hung from waist-high wrought iron shepherd's hooks at the ceremony.
The round cake, covered with white fondant leaves, twigs, and birds, was displayed on a thick piece of pecan wood (made by Emily's dad).
It was one of the rainiest falls on record, but Emily and Jonathan kept their plans for an outdoor ceremony. The day turned out to be 70 degrees and sunny.
For cocktail hour, these small birch bark vases filled with colorful in-season flowers did the trick.