This romantic Dallas mansion styled shoot had me at the dress! Wedding lovers, let's get in to this open back, cap sleeve, plunging neckline lace BERTA dress!  It is simultaneously classic and sensual.  And the timeless black and white aesthetic of the Milestone Mansion is the perfect backdrop for the vintage styling of this shoot.  Paisley Layne Photography did a wonderful job of pulling together some amazing vendors for this project.  The outcome is absolutely stunning.  Check out even more loveliness in the gallery.




From Paisley Layne Photography...Every little girl dreams of designing the perfect wedding. She envisions the dress, the setting, her bouquet, all the details that make up the special day. Typically you only have one opportunity to express your creativity and make your memories last a lifetime. When you are in the wedding industry, however, the sky's the limit. Photographers Kendra Swalls of Paisley Layne Photography and Elizabeth Ellenbecker of Simply E3 Photography, along with event designer Jennifer Hopkins of Classic Vintage Vault Rentals and other Dallas/Ft. Worth area vendors worked together to create a romantic southern plantation wedding. The Milestone Mansion in Aubrey, TX was the perfect setting for stepping back in time with their beautiful white plantation-style home situated among beautiful mature trees and rolling green hills. The bride wore a BERTA dress adorned with lace and pearls from The Bridal Boutique in Lewisville, TX. Hair and makeup by Stephanie Nelson of Stephanie Nelson Makeup & Hair gave the finishing touch. The groom wore a Calvin Klein shaw tuxedo from Men's Wearhouse in Southlake, TX. Jennifer set the stage with 1920s furniture and details while Katherine Flores used white roses and green hydrangeas to create the bride's bouquet, floral crown and centerpieces as well as accent pieces to Amy London's (The Marrying Cake) thee-tiered naked cake. Photographers Kendra and Elizabeth were able to capture the pure romantic elegance, fit for any southern belle.