Blending Cultures- Catherine and Vishal

It is always my goal to create and plan an event that is uniquely personal to my clients as a couple. Catherine and Vishal hired me nine months prior to their wedding because Catherine was feeling overwhelmed, as most brides do, about the wedding planning process.

This multi cultural Indian/American wedding was more American in style but it was still important to my clients to bring in some traditional Indian elements. Nature and the outdoors were very important and we found a private residence to host their event. 

The Wedding was to take place during the Fall season in Texas. When Catherine and I had our creative meeting, she told me about her dream of an outdoor fete that was “very French”. She gravitated towards dusty blue and blush colors, which seemed a bit spring, in my opinion. After some deliberation we decided that pops of cranberry would accent the color palette well and fit in with the Fall season. Deep red also a symbolizes love in Indian weddings which was a great way to infuse the two cultures together a bit more.

After months of designing, planning and much anticipation Catherine and Vishal were married under the most beautiful floral chandelier in front of 120 friends and family. They later dinned, laughed and danced the night away under festoon lights. 

Both, Catherine and Vishal are such beautiful people both inside and out and I so loved working with them to plan and design their wedding day!

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VENDOR CREDITS: Planning + Design: Lindsey Zamora // Photography: Becca Lea Photography // Floral Design: Pollen Events // Invitation design: Minted // Custom Calligraphy Signage: Fig and Flourish // Hair and Makeup: Q the Makeup Artistry // Catering: Urban Crust // Tent and Rentals: Ducky Bob's // Entertainment: Le Force Entertainment // Cake: The Cake Guys // Bridal Attire: Truvelle via A & Be Bridal Dallas // Grooms and Groomsmen attire: The Black Tux

Becca and Seth's Romantic Outdoor Texas Wedding

Becca and Seth are one of the sweetest couples I have had the pleasure of working with. I have known Becca for several years from the wedding industry and was so honored when she hired me to design her destination wedding! Becca and Seth settled on the Texas Hill Country and wanted a day that was timelessly romantic with an organic feel. Our team was so graciously welcomed by Pilot Knob Vineyards when we were unable to have the wedding at a private residence as originally planned due to weather. It was such a great reminder of what a wedding really is- “As long as I get to marry Seth, I’ll be happy” were Becca’s words over and over as we pulled together to come up with new floor plans, worked through new logistics and let the guests know of the new location.

The vineyard overlooked the native Texas agriculture's rolling hills, cacti and wildflowers which ended up being the perfect backdrop for the wedding. One of my favorite memories was the thank you speech given by the couple under the Texas sunset and then later dancing their first dance under festoon lights as their family and friends gazed upon them. Everyone involved was so gracious, welcoming and hardworking to pull off a beautiful day. It was such a beautiful evening and we were lucky to be part of it! 

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Vendor Credits: Featured on Style Me Pretty // Photographer: Kristen Kilpatrick // Co- Planning, Design & Styling: Lindsey Zamora // Floral Design: Lindsey Zamora // Second Co-Planner: Naomi Pak // Venue: Pilot Knob Vineyard // DJ: Live Oak DJ // Lighting: Intelligent Lighting Design // Invitations- Written Word Calligraphy // Catering: Bola Pizza // Rentals: Sweet Sunday Event RentalsLoot //Cake: Whole Foods // Hair and Makeup: Makenzi Laine // Dress: Leanne Marshall // Bridal Accessories: Twigs & Honey

Lyndsie and Kevin Winter Wedding at 3015 Trinity Groves Dallas

Lyndsie and Kevin were married one week before Christmas. Their wedding ceremony took place in Dallas at Highland Park United Methodist Church and reception at 3015 Trinity Groves. I was lucky to work with Lyndsie and her mom, Mary, for six months planning this beautiful, dreamy day! It was so beautiful and such a fun wedding to work on. Lyndsie and Kevin- you sure do know how to throw a great party! Big Thank you to Amy Zumwalt for capturing the day so beautifully! 

Photography: Amy Zumwalt // Planning: Lindsey Zamora // Hair and Makeup: Beauty and the Blush, Rayven Walker // Floral Design:  The Southern Table, Maxine Owens // Lighting: ES Events // Videography: GoMan Productions // Catering and Cakes: Chef Sharon at 3015 Trinity Groves // Band:  IDT Band // Bridal Gown: Justin Alexander // Getting Ready Location: Omni Hotel, Dallas // Ceremony Venue: Highland Park United Methodist Church //Reception Venue: 3015 Trinity Groves // Ceremony Music: The Electric Violin Lady // Calligraphy: Fig and Flourish