September 5, 2017
Romantic. Full of joy. Absolutely lush, lovely and light and airy.
Oh, the Chamberlin wedding will forever be a favorite of mine!
And for all the reasons, really. I absolutely just adored Mallory and her family. From the day I met her and her mom to the multiple email exchanges, I have still to meet kinder people than this family. What a sweet, lovely lady Mallory is, and she married her rock and love, Connor at the Dallas Arboretum underneath crepe mrytle alley, which is clearly as romantic as it gets!
So natural, so lush, so incredibly gorgeous.
And this was where their nuptial were.
This was where Mallory walked up behind Connor and called his name for him to see his bride for the first time.
This was where they twirled under tinkle lights and the Dallas night sky for their first dance.
Where they danced and celebrated as newlyweds with all of their loved ones and had the best day of their lives.
What a memorable, stunning day!
And quite picturesque, I might add–Connor and Mallory photography beautifully together, and when at the Arboretum, they caused their photographer to struggle with bouts (lots of it) of ADD as she bounced around all over the place with excitement and visions of where to take pictures. A dream, I tell you! With this couple–a dream!!
I just LOVE these two! They’re so perfect for each other. And just like the officiant said (which made us all cry), the hands that they’re holding will take them so many places. It’s such a simple concept, but to imagine that those very hands they were holding in front of all of their loved ones would be the ones to witness so many milestones and excitement together–it’s moving.
Those hands walked down the aisle as Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlin, danced their first dance together and ate breakfast for dinner together.
Yes! And it was delicious! The groom’s cake, a pile of pancakes, was just the perfect detail to fit the theme! And I LOVED all of the details that this couple so thoughtfully planned out for their big day, and I’m so thankful they found one another!