If you’re currently engaged, then we’re guessing that you’ve put tons of thought (and countless hours on Pinterest) into sorting through the details of your wedding day. While the ceremony and reception are well deserving of your time and attention, the rehearsal dinner also merits a fair share of your daydreams!
We have a soft spot in our hearts for this particular pre-wedding event. Why? Because while the Big Day often seems to pass in a flash, the rehearsal dinner is an opportunity to slow down and really take in the magnitude of the moment. Since the guest list is most frequently composed of family members, the wedding party, and perhaps a small group of close friends, the overall atmosphere of a rehearsal dinner is intimate and relaxed. Glasses are raised, emotions are beautifully expressed, and deep breaths are taken before it’s time to hit the aisle.
Natalie and Nelson’s rehearsal dinner was no exception. Hosted in a tent set up outside of the family’s home, the setting was perfectly personal and beautiful to boot! Featuring colorful floral centerpieces by The Garden Gate and confetti-covered place cards with calligraphy by the bride, each and every detail was as festive as could be. But don’t just take our word for it—let these lovely images from Jason Kindig inspire you to dream a little longer about your own rehearsal dinner!
Congrats, you two! It was a joy being a part of your celebration!
Venue: Private Residence
Caterer: TK Culinary, Terry Kranz
Photographer: Jason Kindig
Musician: Nick DiGennaro
Florist: Garden Gate, Junior Villanueva
Cake: Jackie Spratt Cakes
Napkins: BBJ Linen
Valet: Gold Crown
Flooring/Back-up Tent: Sandone Productions
Audio/Visual: Absolute Entertainment
Coordination: Laura Arredondo and Sarah Kane for DFW Events