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February 2020- Dallas

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37 WEDDINGS took place in a clear-top tent draped with sheer linen voile. Chandeliers entwined with flowers and branches floated above the 160-foot aisle. Fiscus constructed a floral wall at the altar reminiscent of a cathedral window and placed a large cross made entirely of white roses before it. Hundreds more white roses appeared to rain down from the sky. To complement the bride's Monique Lhuillier gown, the 10 bridesmaids — including both of Krystal's sisters — each wore a different style white gown. Krystal's young nieces and nephews walked down the aisle in custom outfits from Jojo Mommy, her sister Kari's childrenswear boutique. As ring bearer, Kari's son Tobin carried an antique silver bell — the same one his cousin JR had carried in Kari's wedding. "When I asked JR to be my ring bearer, he thought it meant he was to ring a bell," Kari laughs. "It was so sweet to continue that as a new tradition." Family remained at the heart of everything as guests drifted through the courtyard during cocktail hour. Joining them were 400 monarch butterflies; weeks before, Fiscus had planted lantana around the property so the butterflies would stay for a sip, too. For the newlyweds, the highlight of the evening was dancing to Élan Artists' Gen8 band before heading out into the night as hundreds of their friends and family held sparklers and waved goodbye. "It looked like an F. Scott Fitzgerald novel," Fiscus says. "The pretty bride, the pretty groom with the good jawline, the pretty flowers … That picture will be perfect until the end of time." Luke Davis, Bob Schlegel, Krystal Schlegel Davis Mr. & Mrs. Luke Davis The bride's mother, Myrna Schlegel The Schlegel home ready for its close up Kimberly Schlegel Whitman

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