With a modern setting, we wanted to include many elements of acrylic while also combining the brides love for floral. The invitation set the tone for guests with a custom floral pattern and crest, which we carried through the escort card display and cake detailing between tiers. Our favorite detail however, was the late night snack cart we had custom made for "Herbie's Grille." Herbie was the brides grandfather and he started their family business selling hamburgers on main street, right outside of the hotel. We recreated this special detail as a delicious treat and tribute to him.
Brittney and Ken's winter wedding day included many personal details. From the brides favorite color of purple, to the groom's midwest roots, and a special nod to the parents of the bride's family business. The couple chose The Joule hotel in the heart of downtown Dallas, as it is located on Main Street. A now custom diamond business, the bride's grandfather started their family business years ago just outside the iconic hotel. With a nod to family tradition, and too many diamonds to count, we set out to create a romantic winter wedding in purple and grey while incorporating their jewish traditions into the big day.
The joule hotel