Jung and Richard had one stylish wedding at the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas, Texas. We loved wedding planning for this couple and that they did not shy away from the color black!
Have you ever been on a date that’s seemingly so perfect it seems a movie script couldn’t have been written any better? Jung and Richard’s first date at Bolsa was just that. It lasted for five hours and needless to say, a second date was in order. This time, they went to Lark and the rest is history. It’s safe to say that the two know food and having Wolfgang Puck cater their wedding was a highlight since they cook some of the best food in the industry!
The Nasher Sculpture Center was the perfect location for the couple as Jung has a very refined, yet edgy style. Jung is a fan of the color black, and that was reflected in black bridesmaids dresses (in various styles), and black stationery rimmed with gold. Gold was also incorporated on the charger plates, votives and centerpieces which tied in nicely with the brown chiavari chair tones. To balance out those strong shades, whites and ivory tones were used for the rest of the wedding.
Lizzie Bees did a wonderful job coming up with the organic, loose florals. You can never go wrong with classic colors and romantic silhouettes. The entire day was shrouded with laughter, love, and full bellies. Their guests also knew how to keep the dance floor going all night long! We at Keestone Events loved planning for this beautiful Dallas wedding, and hope that you like the images!
This wedding was also featured over at Elizabeth Anne Designs.