Posts tagged Wedding Stylist
D Weddings Lovely Table Contest "Editor's Choice" Winner

I am so over the moon to reveal that our table design was chosen as Editors Choice from D-Weddings in the newest Spring/Summer 2018 issue, out on newsstands now! 

This shoot is a direct reflection of my own style. If I had to get married again, this would be it. Simple, Modern and oh-so Minimal. It is the perfect balance of masculine and feminine, and if you know me at all, that is my jam! Looking at these images just makes me happy. All the creative sparks were flying while I was designing this shoot. It's refreshing. It feeds my soul and brings me much purpose in this (many times) crazy world. 

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Tented Backyard Dallas Wedding | Dallas Wedding Planner

Shyler and Trevor's wedding will always hold a very special place in my heart. They are some of the kindest people I have ever met and so incredible genuine. They were married last Fall in their own backyard (seriously, how perfect is that!?) and it was such a dream! Shyler has such a sweet soul and I loved how well we worked together. I was in love with her vision from our first meeting- clean, simple and organic with a color palette of ivory, cream and lush greens. We designed a ceremony that was intimate, inviting, and full of various plants and candles. Her reception is one of my favorites to date- king's tables allowed for family style dinning (calling all brides- this is so fun and you should totally do it!!), the tables were lined with potted mums, herbs and white flowers and tables flanked with rows of warm wooden chairs. The night was filled with so many kind words, laughs and happy tears. I am forever thankful to have played a small part. Could not have done it without my wonderful team of vendors! Photos by Becca Lea Photography

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Farm Wedding with Becca Lea Photography

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. 

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