If there’s one thing we aren’t around here, it’s basic. At TFE, we are firm believers that you can have an elegant wedding while also thinking outside of the box.
We execute elegant weddings with a twist through intentional color palette selection, unique arrangements, and oddities. If there is one thing we have up our sleeve to elevate venues, it’s our ceremony installations! These structures and installations are often the focal point of the venue, besides the couple of course, and can transform any bland space into an elaborate, elegant wedding.
Working with Michele + Ryan was a dream come true. Their wedding took place at the Old Frankford Church, nestled in historic North Dallas. The community that the church was originally a part of dates back to the 1850s, and it has been restored in more recent years. When I saw the rich mahogany inside the building, I knew that the colors needed to be bold in order to pop.
Wow, what a year 2021 was! Looking back, it’s crazy to see how many incredible couples we worked with in just one short year. Trying to narrow down to just a few favorites for this blog was so freaking hard. Every couple I’ve worked with has been amazing, and I’ve gotten to create some incredible pieces!
Enjoy a look into The Zabasky’s Wedding where these two had the most joyous day celebrating their love! The color scheme, beautiful wedding venue, and personal details made the day so memorable. One of the sweetest was that I had the opportunity to use pheasant feathers from her family’s collection throughout the wedding. For the […]
Welcome to Jessica + John’s reception party at Brik Venue. These two eloped in Arizona before coming home to celebrate with all their family and friends. As a wedding industry professional herself, Jessica brought all her favorite vendors together to create the party of the year! Mixed glassware has very quickly become one of my […]
Enjoy Aaren + Will’s sunrise ceremony. An overcast morning where love was celebrated. So happy to have played a part in their thoughtful day. Aaren’s inspiration was “70’s meets woodland fairy!” Custom built tables for their intimate wedding were adorned with wicker chargers, a mix of vintage amber & milk glass, and mismatched chairs. We […]
Drew & Lauren’s Backyard Elopement was one full of color! Katie and I for Gypsum Studio really loved taking on this backyard ceremony for Lauren and Drew’s smaller-scale ceremony. Tara Myers with Artisan Rose Event Co. was the planner on this event and has an amazing eye for all of the curated details. Stay tuned […]
A colorful and casual wedding with ALL the coolest details… We are so excited to showcase the wedding of The Boggs’ – Ridglea Theater in Ft. Worth! Our bride Grace and sister Sarah created such a fun and unique wedding full of color and life! The Ridglea Theater, originally built in 1947, has been restored […]
Flower Crowns in a White Barn Wedding Brooke and Chet chose the most perfect and neutral backdrop for their wedding – The Grand Ivory in Leonard, Tx. With white walls, toffee colored bridesmaids’ dresses and black suits, there were endless floral color palettes to choose from! Brooke was a little more concerned with her oversized […]
Ultra-Colorful Street Art inspired Wedding featuring: Sunflowers (The Kervins) Cynthia and Michael live their lives very heavily involved in the Dallas music scene, so it was only fitting that they had their wedding at Dallas’ newest art gallery/live music venue! Deep Ellum Art Company sports a rotation of local artists work as well as almost […]