When you’re a traditionalist at heart, drawing inspiration for your timeless romantic wedding day decor is easily achieved when you channel the style of Audrey Hepburn and the vibe of Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Abbey and Andrew’s dream wedding did just that without an ounce of color to their white, cream, ivory color palette. Well, maybe a few golden accents came into play. None the less, the details of their reception at The Ashton Depot, planned by Events By Bill with floral designer Out of the Garden and Tracy Autem, Lightly Photography behind the lens is one of utter sophistication. It goes to prove that “elegance is the only beauty that never fades.”
Timeless Romantic Wedding Day Decor
When it came to Abbey’s bridal style she knew she wanted something classic and traditional, but not too traditional that every other bride had a similar dress. When Amal Clooney married George Clooney, she had fallen in love with the off the shoulder, lace, A-Line dress and knew that was the style wanted for her own wedding day. She found it at the Lewisville Bridal Boutique, knowing it was the one the moment she put it on. She had also obsessed over the styles of Show Me Your Mumu which she knew would flatter each shape of her bridesmaids. Sticking with her theme, she chose a distinguishing and classic black to compliment the timeless black tuxedos of the men. She and Andrew married at Chapel at University Baptist Church in Fort Worth where not much was needed for décor as wanted the beauty of the Chapel with its arched ceilings and stain glass windows to speak for themselves. It was the Ashton Depot, a remodeled train station converted into an event space that immediately captured the couple’s attention for their reception. A massive King’s Table that sat her 42-person bridal party with their dates took center stage. A beautiful wrap around stage for the 12-piece band was also a focal point for guests. The floral was one of the most important elements for Abbey. Drawn to trees, branches and cherry blossoms, she knew wanted to incorporate this texture and that she did with four special square top tables holding 15-foot trees. In only white, floral arrangements using cherry blossoms, hydrangeas, calla lilies and peonies graced the scene. Anyone that knows Abbey, understands her passion for champagne and pineapples. These details were used with the escort cards using mini champagne bottles and golden pineapples one the cocktail napkins with one stand out large pineapple on the gift table. Abby and Andrew shared their last dance alone in the before leaving which made for one unforgettable moment as the enormity of their special wedding day washed over them newly united and on into their happily ever after.