Being the Events Manager at the Nasher, Abby has helped countless others get married. To say we were all excited that it was finally her turn would be an understatement. You know she truly loves her job and the museum as opted to be married there as well! It was the biggest honor for us to coordinate her wedding as she has seen it all.
Nate had the easiest job of any groom since Abby has seen countless events in all the years she’s been there and knew exactly what she wanted. She selected a color palette that was a first in all the weddings we’ve done- one where the flowers were completely orange and yellow, with accents of blue and black. It made for the prettiest statement and was absolutely perfect for this beautiful bride that doesn’t shy away from bold hues.
Abby is not afraid of patterns either and linens were selected with the loveliest designs, that complimented her flowers. Abby is largely inspired by the Talavera-style pottery and Mexican folk art which you’ll see in the colors and textures like terra cotta favors for guests, and tile where the menus were written out on. To balance it out, the dance floor was a black and white checkerboard pattern. Said dance floor was not empty once all night either with Jordan Kahn as the band!
One thing that this bride did was incorporate a lot of meaningful details to her. Abby comes from a family of artists and you could see their hands on every aspect. Their stationery was something that Abby and her mother came up with together which already says so much! Their guestbook was a sketch of The Nasher that Abby’s father drew while their wedding favors were hand painted tiles that her mother created. Magnets were placed on the back of each tile and placed on a large metallic heart for guests to take as they were leaving.
This wedding was published both in print and online at The Brides of North Texas.
Pictures of the day below.