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Elizabeth + Jonathan

Elizabeth and Jonathan’s December wedding mixed festive holiday touches into their traditional and beautiful affair! After tying the knot in Highland Park United Methodist Church’s decorated sanctuary, the newlyweds and their guests gathered at Northwood Club for their reception. The club looked gorgeous decorated with flowers in whites, greens, pinks and oranges. Outside the club sat a row of Christmas trees, festively welcoming guests into the space. Elizabeth’s five-tiered cake by Panini Bakery was simply decorated with florals and the bride’s new monogram in gold. One of our favorite details of the evening was the large Gingerbread house for the groom’s cake. The Gingerbread house was beautifully and included the couple’s new monogram which sat in a wreath above a picture of them. It was a special detail that all the guests were talking about. Emerald City kept the party going all night long and entertained guests with classic party music. Reception artist, Jennie Pitts Tucker, painted a beautiful oil of the reception venue which have a special place in Elizabeth and Jonathan’s home. After a sparkler sendoff, the couple hopped into a waiting white, vintage car. We loved so many details of this wedding and how Elizabeth creatively tied in festive details into her traditional wedding!

Ceremony: Highland Park United Methodist Church

Reception: Northwood Club

Rehearsal Dinner: Petroleum Club

Hotel Room Block: Park Cities Hilton

Band: Emerald City

Florist: Garden Gate Floral

Photographer: John Cain Photography

Videographer: Aaron Wimberley

Lighting: Absolute Lighting

Rentals: Perch Event Decor

Dance Floor: DFW Dance Floors

Linens: La Tavola / BBJ

Chiavari Chairs: Lawson Event Rentals

Bride and Groom Cakes: Panini Bakery

Hair & Makeup: Dana Dixon Conner

Transportation: Premier Transportation

Wedding Gown: Patsy’s Bridal

Departure Car: DFW Vintage Cars

Tuxedo Rental: Mr. Tuxedo

Calligrapher: Laurie Harper

Reception Artist: Jennie Pitts Tucker

Cookie Designer: Kim Weir