After their enviable Texan engagement session, Erin and Jamal tied the knot with an equally picturesque wedding celebration. The couple was married at The Springs in Dallas, a gorgeous, elegant, and slightly rustic event space.
Erin wore a tulle skirt over her dress to create a different look for the ceremony. During the reception, she removed the skirt to reveal a fitted silhouette underneath. We love how this simple step packed a big punch and made her ceremony and reception looks totally different.
Jamal wore a velvet blue suit jacket to distinguish himself from his groomsmen. The look was simple, polished, and handsome. The velvet material of the jacket added a sumptuous opulence, perfect for his wedding day.
The wedding itself was a mix of glamorous details in a rustic setting. The contrast between these two themes brought such a dynamic feel to the wedding. The couple demonstrated that their keen eye for details could pack a big punch.
Even the smallest of details were done with the most care. Erin kept Sixpence coins in her shoes. The coin has symbolic importance, representing wishes for prosperity and happiness in marriage.
When it came time for Erin's bridal portraits, she and her wedding photographer headed to the grand staircase. The oak details and grand backdrop made for a majestic setting.
Erin and Jamal had monogrammed details throughout. An "A" on the table seating board, cake topper, and dessert table. They also included their newly shared last name as a married couple in their hashtag and on table menus. The couple married this traditional touch with modern styling for a fresh and timeless effect.
The tall, tapered arrangements were tall and unique with a large plume of roses and sprigs of eucalyptus. The greenery brought dimension to the arrangements, and eucalyptus is hardy enough to survive the Texas heat-- perfect for summer weddings.
Instead of gifts, the couple asked for donations to their honeymoon. We love the way they used "crowdfunding" to achieve some unforgettable memories on their first journey as a married couple.