Taylor & Jordan, a gorgeous couple, tied the knot on a pleasant day in one of my favourite venuesKnotting Hill Place with a classic black and white monochrome theme full of exquisite floral that made their day precious and beautiful. It is just the perfect Dallas venue for couples on their wedding day, with a stunning location and floral decoration.

They accommodate making your wedding day magical by providing excellent customer support, attention to detail, and great service. Thus the venue was simply divine and had a real ‘wow’ factor for the guests. The wedding planner Jillian short did a spectacular job and the florist, Taylor Davis from Something Pretty Floral, also played a significant role in it. The service, management, decorations, lighting, quality of food, and everything was just impeccable. 

The adornments conformed remarkably with the theme. The bride was fantastically dressed in white apparel designed by Melange Bridal. Hair and makeup by Styling Stewardess, and the bridesmaids wore black evenings gowns by Birdy Grey, corresponding perfectly with the party’s theme. The white roses backdrop for the reception, the beautiful 6 tier cake from The London Baker, the wedding favors, the lovely bouquets, the pastel-colored floral cupcakes, and colorful treats, everything harmonized with the theme exceptionally. 

Her first stunning look in a traditional ball gown with her dad was quite a touching moment and left both of them teary-eyed. Then came the bridesmaids, and groom in his black suit. They had a lovely dance on a cloud with an unharmful fire lighter around them. All of the guests also followed a theme of black and white beautiful dresses. 

I enjoyed some of their traditions at their wedding at Knotting Hill, like the unity candle ceremony. This is done directly after exchanging vows. The unity candle symbolizes the joining of two individuals into the marriage bond. Another favorite moment was their particular tradition – when they reserved 4 chairs in the front row with pictures and flowers and a candle of people who were no longer with them, to remember them on their special occasion. 

I did enjoy being a wedding photographer at this lovely venue – Knotting Hill, where we had many gorgeous locations to take pictures of Taylor and Jordan. My favorite was in front of those neon light boards and the white balloon wall setup, but overall, all the other locations were also exquisite. Covering this special event and the candid moments for Taylor from the very start of her important day to her being given away to Jordan until the end when the ceremony ended, had been a pleasure for me. 

It was a day full of fun, surprises, cheers, and enjoyment for all the guests. They had sparklers machines, dessert bar, cotton candy machine in front of a balloon wall, favors, colorful sweets, late-night snacks of Pizza, seated dinner, champagne seating chart wall, a bunch of little things, as well as games, a cute stack of donuts, a photo booth with cute props, a popcorn bar, advice and wishes boxes for the groom and bride. There was a projector doing a slideshow during dances as well. 

Moreover, the bride and groom planned some surprises for the guests, which were the getaway car, send-off, gospel choir, sparklers, fireworks, and some other minor things at Knotting Hill Place. The best was the ‘find your seat’ seating chart wall with names tagged to the champagne glasses; I loved the concept. 

Altogether, Taylor and Jordan’s wedding seemed like a fairytale. It was truly wonderful and magical. Hoping their life together is as incredible as their day was. I wish them nothing but a lifetime of happiness and the best in life.