Taylor & Jordan, a dazzling duo, sealed the deal on a delightful day at one of my favorite locations - Knotting Hill Place - with a chic black and white monochrome theme and sublime floral designs that made their big day so precious and beautiful. Knotting Hill is just the perfect Dallas venue for couples on their wedding day, providing exquisite customer support, meticulous attention to detail, and exceptional service, which all combined to create an unforgettable atmosphere and experience. The wedding planner Jillian Short and florist Taylor Davis from Something Pretty Floral did a phenomenal job with the decor. The staff, management, decorations, lighting, food, and all the other details were all flawless.
The decorations melded beautifully with the theme. The bride looked absolutely radiant in her white wedding dress designed by Melange Bridal. Hair and makeup were by Styling Stewardess and the bridesmaids wore stunning black evening gowns by Birdy Grey, which complemented the party's theme perfectly. The white rose backdrop at the reception, the stunning 6-tier cake from The London Baker, the wedding favors, the beautiful bouquets, the pastel-colored floral cupcakes, and other colorful treats all coordinated marvelously.
One particularly moving moment was when the bride walked down the aisle with her dad, both of them shedding tears. The bridesmaids and groom in his black suit then made their entrance and enjoyed a beautiful dance around a smokeless fire lighter. The guests also followed the theme of black and white with their own exquisite dresses.
I thoroughly enjoyed some of the unique traditions of their wedding, like the unity candle ceremony which occurs after the exchanging of vows. The unity candle represents the union of two individuals in the marriage bond. Another moment I especially appreciated was their reserved chairs with photos and flowers at the front of the venue in remembrance of loved ones no longer with them.
It was an honor to serve as the photographer at this gorgeous location - Knotting Hill - with its multiple splendid locations for taking photos of Taylor and Jordan. My personal favorite was in front of the neon light boards and the white balloon wall set-up, though all the other places were remarkable. It was a pleasure to cover Taylor's entire special day from the beginning to the end of the ceremony.
The guests had a day full of fun, surprises, cheers, and merriment. The bride and groom had prepared various exciting elements for their guests, including sparklers machines, dessert bar, cotton candy machine in front of a balloon wall, favors, colorful sweets, late-night pizza, seated dinner, champagne seating chart wall, games, a stack of donuts, a photo booth with props, a popcorn bar, advice and wishes boxes for the groom and bride, and a projector playing a slideshow during dances. There were also various surprises for the guests like a getaway car, send off, gospel choir, sparklers, fireworks, and many other little details. The best was the 'find your seat' seating chart wall with names attached to champagne glasses - an ingenious idea!
Overall, Taylor and Jordan's wedding seemed like something out of a storybook. It was absolutely wonderful and magical. Here's hoping that their life together is just as spectacular as their wedding day was. Wishing them a lifetime of happiness and all the best that life can offer.