This week we got some amazing news!!! We were feature in an article by Party Slate featuring 7 of the top wedding planners in Dallas!
Dallas is known for being home to some pretty incredible events — especially weddings. Between impressive venues and weather that lends itself to outdoor celebrations, it’s no wonder some of the best comes from down South. Of course, these aspirational nuptials wouldn’t be possible without the hard work, dedication and unparalleled creativity of Dallas’s top planners. Whether it’s figuring out how to seamlessly combine a bride and groom’s opposite vision of enchanted garden-meets-modern-day affair or pulling off a Hindu-Catholic ceremony that fuses both traditions, no task is too difficult for these gurus to pull off. So, to help inspire you for your big day, we’re sharing seven gorgeous weddings executed by some of the top planners in Dallas.
About the Planner: Simple and Chic Events started in 2009 out of the desire to create celebrations for clients that we customized to their lives and their love. Founder Reytheda Jackson is a self-taught, self-educated wedding planner — in fact, her educational background is actually in biology! With that said, she became a student of the craft and interned with other wedding professionals and spent lots of time in the library and online soaking up everything she could about the industry. Jackso has extensive experience with American, South Asian, Ghanian and Nigerian celebrations (to name a few), so it’s safe to say that all her work paid off. In 2014, Jackson founded The Chic Network, a a community that educates wedding vendors and allows them to create lasting professional relationships.
About the Wedding: “In working on this design, the couple wanted their parents to share the spot of honor with them on their wedding day. What better way than to create a statement table that would allow them to be the center of attention! The bride loved pink and we took that and ran with it. Nikki with Angelina’s Florals created the custom linen along with the chair covers and ties. We wanted all the details to point back to the couple down to the orchids we placed at each setting. One floral statement piece was not enough, so we went high and low with the elevated floral centerpiece and the gorgeous cascading floral runner that puddled to the floor on both ends of the table.”
Posted by: Simple and Chic Events
Florist/linens: Angelina’s Floral
Photographer: Teshorn Jackson Photography
Event design: Simple and Chic Events