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Christy and Brian’s wedding day was a sophisticated pastel dream! Her choices of a soft pink, light champagne, and olive green brought the historic space at The Mason to life in the most beautiful way!
Christy and Brian’s love story began during their junior year at UT. Those who know Christy would not be surprised that she was always early to class with her laptop read. Those who know Brian know him as the one cracking jokes with his friends during the middle of lecture. As fate would have it, Christy and Brian happened to be registered for four of the same classes at the same times and with the same professors during their Spring semester. Naturally, their paths crossed frequently over the months from group study sessions, and (maybe) once or twice on 6th Street. It didn’t take long for the two to realize they had feelings for one another and, soon, “meeting up to study” was just an excuse to spend more time with each other.
Fast forward about six years and the two have made countless memories over their shared love for food, travel, and raising their high-spirited (and spoiled) dogs, Heidi and Harry. On August 1, 2021 while in Hawaii, Brian took Christy to a secluded beach in North Shore and got down on one knee. Now, in the midst of enjoying their engagement and wedding planning, the two have just moved to Dallas and are bought their first home.
From the beginning of the planning process, Christy had a clear picture of what she wanted her special day to look like! She was envisioning pink and green accents on the tabletops and pops of pastel. The team at Pop Parties assisted Christy in dreaming up a design full of rich velvet linens and soft pastel wedding details to make it all come to life.
A big thank you to each of the remarkable creative partners who helped make this the best day for Christy and Brian!
Jesse Gonzalez, Senior Project Manager for Pop Parties (Partial Planning and Design)