ceremony details

Q1.Do I have to wear a wedding dress or tux?

A formal wedding dress or tux is NOT a requirement! I really feel as though you should wear whatever makes you feel the most beautiful (even if that is jeans and t-shirt).

Q2. Can I provide my own officiant?

We ensure your day will be perfect by having our team handle everything, this includes the Officiant.

Q3.Can we write our own vows?

Yes!! We encourage it and can help if we need to!

Q4. Can I pick my own decor?

We choose venues that do not require any decor. They are beautiful on their own! There is no decor to select! (Easy!)

Q5. What about wedding day treats?

We order sweet treats from Nothing Bundt Cakes!

Q6. What if I want more guests than the package allows?

We can not increase the guest count on any package.

Q7. What if I bring more than allowed guests for my wedding?

Your wedding will not take place until the contracted max number of guests are there. We will not extend the wedding due to you having to choose who gets to stay. Plus it makes things super awkward We find that nowadays, the actual ceremony is usually a much smaller affair than the reception. Many of our brides have their ceremony in the earlier part of the day, then have a blow out party in the late afternoon or evening. The ceremony would be parents, immediate family and best friends. This allows for a fuller day, with a chance to take pictures afterwards around Dallas landmarks, or go to a luxury restaurant to a select amount of guests. The after party, whether at a house, hotel, restaurant, dance hall, club etc. will be for non-immediate family and friends. Or skip the reception and after the restaurant hop on a plane to the Bahamas or Italy!*

Q8. Are kids included in the guest count?

Yes. Ages 2-and up are included in the guests count.

Q9. WHAT IF I WANT TO GET MARRIED ON A HOLIDAY?

All nationally observed holidays will incur a $750 fee.

New Year's Day Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Memorial Day Independence Day Labor Day Veterans Day Thanksgiving Day Christmas Day