Amanda and Erin’s Fall Celebration of Love and Laughter at Ft. Worth’s Marty Leonard Chapel in Video Wedding Dallas TX
The beautiful Amanda with her striking auburn hair was perfectly complimented by the rich harvest colors chosen for her autumn wedding. Amanda and her handsome groom, Erin, were married in Fort Worth’s unique Marty Leonard Chapel, designed by the famous architect, E. Fay Jones. The lovely event was planned by April Coltharp of Flair Events and coordinated by Katherine Lewis of the Marty Leonard Chapel.
The fitted bodice of Amanda’s white satin ballgown combined a sweetheart neckline with crumb-catcher ruffles in an asymmetrical design, then fell into rusched gathers over a wide skirt and train. A tulle veil and crystal jewelry completed her ensemble.
The bridesmaids wore strapless sheaths of brown satin, which echoed in the brown satin vests of the men in the wedding party. A pair of flower girls wore white dresses with large satin sashes, and a pair of ring bearers toting moss-covered cushions, completed the wedding party.
The bride and groom were giddy with joy and the officiant kept them laughing throughout their wedding. More chuckles were heard when an older couple offered their advice as part of the ceremony. A more tender part of the ritual was the lighting of the unity candle. Using two tapers to light the unity candle, Amanda acknowledged both of her parents and their new spouces.
Later, the bride and groom boogied into the reception at the Omni Hotel in Downtown Fort Worth. Transitioning into a formal First Dance, Erin tried to put a few moves on his new wife – but she told him to ‘save it,’ renewing the generous laughter which filed their wedding ceremony. The same eye to detail which had coordinated the wedding’s flowers with the bride’s hair could be seen in the wedding cake traced with curlicue leaves and vines. The groom’s cake sported a Star Wars theme.
At the end of the reception, the new husband and wife only had to make their way to a room in the Omni, so their guests showered the couple with streamers as they came down the escalator and turn to offer one final fond farewell.
Behind the Scenes with LeniCam Video Productions
A bride takes a lot of time planning the minute details of her wedding, then on the day of the ceremony, it’s impossible for her to actually experience what she’s created. A wedding video from LeniCam can turn back time and let her see the day from every angle. Our DVD allowed Amanda to enjoy the live guitarist entertaining her guests before the ceremony, even though during the actual event, she was dressing in another part of the chapel. The guitarist’s music is woven throughout the video to provide a fitting background for Amanda and Eric’s wedding memories.
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