Lily + Marc | Lazaro Wedding from Joseph Mark Photography
Lily and Marc’s glam destination wedding in Texas was truly a family affair. We love the fact that both bride and groom were walked down the aisle by their parents. Their wedding was accented by a cream and soft pink palette, and the incredibly modern chuppah featured florals encased in lucite, ringed with romantic candles. Such a beautiful joining of families.
Lily + Marc | August 24, 2014 | Dallas, Texas | Dress Listing: Lazaro, LZ3407
The Ceremony We were joined by 90 guests and married in an intimate ceremony at The Westin. Keeping with Jewish traditions, our families all had roles in the wedding ceremony. Our parents walked each of us down the aisles, and our siblings, nieces and nephews all joined us under the chuppah and blessed us with the seven wedding blessings. It was a picture perfect wedding. We’re from New York City but chose Dallas as Marc’s parents live there and his father is on a waiting list for a heart transplant and not permitted to travel. We brought the wedding to him.
The reception was filled with beautiful flowers and an intimate dinner. While the DJ played music, the videographer had a drone that was flying around the dance floor capturing amazing footage. We had a lovely meal with a lively crowd.
Lily’s Dress Search
After watching my three younger sisters get married, I already knew which dress I wanted to buy. I had been dreaming of my wedding day and had followed wedding blogs and Instagram feeds for years. I picked out my Lazaro lace and tulle dress long before I tried it on. When I stepped out of the dressing room at the famous Kleinfelds of New York, I saw the other shoppers gasp and knew that the dress was the one.
How Lily Felt in Her Wedding Dress Classic, elegant and stunning.
Why Lily Decided to Sell Her Wedding Dress After celebrating and moving into our Manhattan apartment, we wanted to build the home of our dreams. Manhattan apartments don’t leave a lot of room to store beautiful wedding dresses, so I would prefer to take the money from the sale of the dress to help build our home together.