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Brightly Colored North Texas Wedding

golden wrapped bouquet

Hedish and Shoragim's Dallas wedding was fun, colorful, and full of culture! Irish, Iranian, and Guatemalan traditions blended together to create quite the stunning affair. From the floral, to the stationery, to the stained glass window at the ceremony, the handpicked details were perfect.
This wedding is sweet in so many ways and we absolutely love the idea they came up with for favors, keep reading to find out just how special and touching they were! Embrace this beautiful North Texas Wedding in the full gallery here, marvelously captured by Sara & Rocky Photography.

sweet little flower girl dresses

warm peach and pink wedding bouquet

classic groomsmen with gold wrapped boutonnieres

hickory street annex

from the bride

We had a multicultural wedding that blended Irish, Iranian, and Guatemalan customs. The ceremony, readings, food, music, and dancing definitely reflected this! I always had a vision of bringing stained glass into the space at The Hickory Street Annex.

photo book guestbook idea

reading from the alchemist

cards envelope mailbox

steal worthy idea

We searched antique shops all around Dallas, until one day we stumbled upon the blue, purple, and red glass you can see in the photos. The glass came from a church front window- and with the arch of flowers hanging above us, and the light shining through the glass, it was absolutely perfect.

stained glass window ceremony backdrop

indoor wedding ceremony

first kiss as newlyweds

steal worthy idea

We made donations to seven different projects through Global Giving in honor of our guests. Just by attending, our guests were able to provide to schools in Guatemala, after-school programs in the US, computers for underprivileged kids, etc. We had place cards at each setting, giving info on which project they contributed to.

gold and floral filled reception

gold painted bottles make pretty flower vases

single stem floral decor

framed wedding program and menu

gold vases and bright florals

warm palette floral centerpiece

I honestly wouldn't change a thing. From the beginning, my fiance and I decided not the sweat the small stuff. The most important part of our night was our union and we believed that everything else would fall into place -- and it did! My best advice is to find vendors that you love, then trust them to handle the small stuff- that's what they're good at! That frees you from all the stress that goes into planning a wedding and enables you to focus on what's most important.

wedding desserts bar

cookies and pastries

evening wedding festivities

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