Stephanie + Mitch are incredibly warm people and it showed by how well they took care of their guests and attention to detail. This fun loving duo knew how to enjoy their day as well. Towards the end of the night, both got onstage and serenaded each other (this was unplanned!) and the crowd much to everyone’s delight. They looked like rockstars at a concert!
Stephanie did not shy away from color and embraced warm pastel tones for her spring wedding. While much of the wedding utilized ivory and gold tones, you’d see pops of color from the lavender bridesmaids dresses to Mitch’s navy tux to their flowers which incorporated shades of peach, purples and pinks. You’d see the same play with color reflected in their wedding cake with the same floral tones with flecks of edible gold foil as an accent.
The couple were married at a historic train station in the heart of Dallas, Texas. This building was constructed in 1916 to consolidate five rail stations in Dallas into one, and had as many as 80 trains stopping through at its peak. This building was lovingly restored in 2008 (the last train stopped in 1974) and has kept much of its unique features from its magnificent glass windows to majestic clock right as you enter the building.
The venue does have a lot of brown stone and gold carpet, so seeing unexpected bursts of color is a treat.
Natalie was the lead planner for this wedding, and it has been featured in Wedding Chicks and the 10th Anniversary Issue of the Brides of North Texas.