From wallpapered cocktail bars to custom floral crosses, find all the inspo you need for a beautiful ballroom wedding.
Brett Spining and Corey Underwood
Brett Spining and Corey Underwood stayed true to tradition for their elegant wedding with a ceremony at Highland Park Methodist Church and a ballroom reception at Hotel Crescent Court. Their day was full of classic details including blush-and-white floral centerpieces and a grand, traditionally-tiered wedding cake. The couple’s choice of vintage getaway car ended their classy affair with style. See more from their wedding here!
Katie Day and Hunter Hill
Katie Day and Hunter Hill’s Four Seasons Las Colinas wedding is a prime example of using your venue to its fullest potential. Before transforming the on-site ballroom, the couple promised forever during their on-the-green ceremony, only after a pre-wedding golf tournament, of course! The couple enlisted the help of Emily Clarke Events to style the Four Seasons ballroom for a reception suited to them. Clarke incorporated bench seating into the layout, allowing guests to rest their feet before breaking it down on the dance floor with the newly-weds. She even wallpapered the band backdrop and cocktail bar front in a muted orange and coral pattern for the ultimate personalized touch. Read more on how the couple customized the ballroom to make it their own here!
Olivia Whittaker and Collin Mangrum
Olivia Whittaker and Collin Mangrum said their “I do’s” in the summer of 2019, and although their Adolphus 19th Floor ballroom was indoors, Olivia wanted to incorporate the bright, warm feel of the season. “I wanted the space to feel lively and lush, so I loved the floral displayed all around the ballroom and the greenery dangling from the ballroom’s gold sconces,” says Olivia. The couple’s florist, GRO Floral & Event Design, worked to give the space a unique, floral-centric look, even creating a custom floral cross to stand center at the ceremony. See more details of their big day here.