Set at The Filter Building on White Rock Lake in Dallas, TX, the beautiful terraces and sweeping views take your breath away. Riley and Reid celebrated with a Sunday brunch wedding with a large group of their closest family and friends. This vintage industrial wedding venue served as the perfect backdrop to carry out Riley's sherbet orange color theme. In the urban industrial style of the 1920’s, The Filter Building features exposed red brick walls, original iron trusses, and many windows overlooking White Rock Lake.
We, the vendors, watched the sunrise over White Rock Lake as rowing teams completed their morning practice. Her lush bridal bouquet filled with ranunculus, garden roses, veronica, mums and jasmine vine perfectly matched the exquisite scene. For the wedding ceremony decor, Riley requested a simple yet elegant design. Smilax vines covered a traditional wrought iron arch while a touch of soft peach roses kissed the corner.
With mismatched bridesmaid dressed, nosegay bouquets and boutonnieres for the whole crew, Riley and Reed are a perfect example of how a large wedding party can be a true delight. This truly was a wedding day overflowing with an immense amount of love, joy and abundance.
Our wedding floral studio is based out of Northwest Arkansas, but we love to travel for beautiful weddings. Traveling florists is at the very beginning stages of being a new trend. With family and friends in the Dallas area, this trip was such a delight.
Wedding Floral Design in partnership with Pam Pemberton of @MoonDog_Farm
Thank you to Franny Pullin Photography for these gorgeous images.