Congratulations, Clint and Rebecca! Clint and Rebecca are married. They celebrated a beautiful wedding day in Fort Worth, TX filled with elegant black and white details – and lots of intimate moments with their loved ones – this fall. I loved every moment of working with the newlyweds at the Fort Worth City Club. I can’t wait for you to see all of this beautiful day!
Clint and Rebecca met because of Rebecca’s little sister. She and Clint were co-workers and constantly told Rebecca what a great fit he’d be for her. Turns out, Rachel was right! The two began dating and Clint planned a very special Christmas proposal to start the next chapter of their lives. Rebecca said his proposal fit her to a T! From a gondola ride to dinner at her favorite restaurant and a post-dinner cocktail, Clint carefully chose every location leading up to the Burleson Town Square. There, he got down on one knee by the Christmas tree! Obviously, Rebecca said yes and their fall wedding planning began.
One of the things I loved most about Rebecca and Clint’s intimate wedding day was their color palette. The City Club has a beautiful reception space, so Rebecca and Clint kept things simple with white and black details to compliment the space. This color scheme flowed into their bridal party’s attire and even Clint’s own jacket. There’s just something so classic about black and white! I think it worked perfectly for their fall wedding – so timeless!
Rebecca and Clint also wanted to honor their family throughout their cerebration. Rebecca wore her great-grandmother’s ring on her right hand and they had a beautiful family table displayed at their cocktail hour. There, they showed off wedding photos from their family members. I thought it was such a sweet touch!
Congratulations again, Rebecca and Clint! I wish you a lifetime of love and happiness – and lots of new yummy recipes to try together. Thank you for asking me to be a part of your beautiful fall wedding!
Church: Holy Family Catholic Church
Reception: Fort Worth City Club
DJ: Arbutus Entertainment
Florist: Blossoms on the Bricks