Kennedy truly let her creative eye shine while planning her and Sawyer’s wedding! It was incredibly important to them to make their wedding a perfect blend of both of their personalities, and the city where they met and fell in love- Dallas. Though their individual styles don’t normally sound “right” together, Kennedy knew that she could pull it off. And booooy did she!
They took precious time into planning a wedding that perfectly blended their personalities down to the very last detail. Sawyer even thought to include his coffee cart into their reception to keep the guests caffeinated throughout the evening!
I’m so thankful to have played a small part in their big celebration! :’) Keep reading and scrolling to see their beautiful day!
Coordination: Veil and Vine Coordination
Venue: Brake and Clutch Warehouse
Photography: Allison Bolin Photography
Videography: Wildroots Films
Florals: TR Floral
HMUA: Brite Beauty
DJ: LeForce Entertainment
Catering: CN Catering
Sweets: Butterfly Cakery
Wedding dress: BB Lewisville
Bridesmaids dresses: Revelry
Suits: J. Crew
Jewelry: Kendra Scott Olive and Piper Crystal Corridor
Coffee cart: Uptown East Coffee
Kennedy ordered her bridesmaids the cutest PJs from LilyandLeo on Etsy! I love how they’re nearly the same color as their bridesmaids dresses!
After getting ready for the day, Kennedy made sure to make time for a first look with her gals. There were many sweet tears shed, and the biggest group hug! :’)
First looks with wedding parties are such a fun way for your people to soak in the full look before the ceremony!
Before the ceremony, Kennedy & Sawyer opted to do a first touch, instead of a first look. They prayed together and took a moment to let it all soak in. It was incredibly emotional, and so sweet!
There were so many sweet tears of thankfulness shed during Kennedy & Sawyer’s wedding day, but this was definitely one of the best moments! Sawyer completely lost it when Kennedy came down the aisle. There weren’t many dry eyes left after this walk down the aisle!
It was incredibly important to them to incorporate their wedding party as an integral party of their wedding day. They had the wedding party surround them and pray for their marriage before the ceremony ended. It was a beautiful, sweet sentiment that so special to the couple, as well as their closest friends.
After the ceremony, we took family portraits. Then it was finally time for the full wedding party to come together! As the combined wedding party was huge, we frequently stopped traffic to get these images as we were running around in the street! It was so much fun to laugh along with this energetic group!
The wedding party even embraced all the party bikes that strolled along during our photo time! They danced along to the music and cheered everyone that drove by. It’s one of my favorite memories with a wedding party!
You know you have a fun group of friends when they chant over and over for you to kiss, and give amazing facial expressions and reactions in response!
Kennedy & Sawyer carved out some major time to get their portraits done! They even let us take them out during dinner to get extra sunset photos, ensuring they had a bunch of goodies to choose from!
As Kennedy is a planning QUEEN, she had every last detail planned to make her wedding day go as smoothly as possible! She had a binder for vendors to reference when setting up for the ceremony and reception space to make sure everyone was on the page. So, of course, we got a photo of Kennedy with her amazingly detailed wedding binder! Planning her wedding even motivated her to start her own planning business, Knighted Affairs!
For the reception space, she chose to mix a tropical, boho vibe with the urban, industrial flair of the venue to reflect their different personalities and styles. Pinks, oranges, and greens were combined with the warehouse elements of the venue, creating a boho concrete jungle.
They also included funky signage, hints of vintage goods, and a neon sign to polish off the eclectic blend of decor.
Then, it was time for the reception!
Y’all aren’t even ready for the dancing photos! This was one of the most fun wedding dance floors I’ve seen. Everyone was dancing HARD, and truly enjoying themselves!
They ended the night with a super sweet last dance while their guests got ready for their exit.
Finally, time for the grand exit! Kennedy had an outfit change and put on the cuuuutest white pantsuit. They had the unique idea of having different colored smoke bombs go off as they walked by their guests. Although the smoke got in all of our eyes for a bit, it was an amazingly colorful exit to remember!!