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February 2020- Dallas

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36 WEDDINGS "I'd always dreamed of a wedding at home," Krystal says. Knowing this, Luke had chosen her parents' garden as the place to propose a few days before Christmas 2018 — just five months before their wedding. "We started planning that night," says Krystal, who called upon her family's tried-and-true dream team: Todd Fiscus of Todd Events and Mary Wright Shah of Diamond Affairs. The pair had collaborated on both of her sisters' weddings: Kimberly Schlegel Whitman's regal nuptials to Justin Whitman in 2005, and Kari Schlegel Kloewer and Troy Kloewer's glamorous ceremony in 2011. "It's such a rarity to be able to do the weddings for all three daughters in a family," Fiscus says. "When they called, I just started crying." Each sister has her distinct style, and Krystal — a digital influencer with 90,000 Instagram followers — is known for her luxe, pared-down aesthetic and neutral color palette. "I wanted a simple, all-white look, and my mom's style is very French," she says. "So we did a mix of both. It was very whimsical and pretty." The traditional Methodist ceremony W i t h re l a x e d calligraphy, the invitations for Krystal Schlegel and Luke Davis' w e d d i n g requested one's attendance for an evening "at home." The insert card bore the address of Myrna and Bob Schlegel's Preston Hollow estate, with a note that the attire would be black tie — the first clue for the Schlegels' 525 guests that this would be grand affair. BY LISA COLLINS SHADDOCK. JOHN CAIN PHOTOGRAPHY. TENDER WAS THE NIGHT KRYSTAL SCHLEGEL + LUKE DAVIS Krystal and her father, Bob Schlegel The happy couple

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