Every detail of Anne Marie and Adam’s wedding perfectly captured the classic, joyful atmosphere they intended. After Adam proposed in the rolling hills of Napa Valley, the couple carefully considered their priorities for their nuptials. Anne Marie had always hoped for a traditional church ceremony, and they both eagerly awaited the moment that she would walk down the aisle.
After the tender wedding at All Saints Chapel, guests were transported to the historic Ashton Depot – formerly the longest running train station in the United States.
Neutrals with greenery and metallic touches came together to form an upscale classic aesthetic – softened with romantic touches along the way like the outdoor fountain inlaid in a wall of greenery and dripping with florals by Luxe Petals. Outside, guests enjoyed passed appetizers, signature cocktails, and acoustic live music by It’s Your Night under romantic bistro lights.
Inside The Ashton Depot, the original marble floors and intricate stained glass windows illuminated the room with the warm sunlight of Texas in its spring-to-summer transition, which dazzled guests as they greeted the space they would enjoy for the evening. As the sun set, the room transformed into spectacular colors and the dance floor was never empty – especially when Shania Twain came on!
Thanks to Hunter of Opal and Slate Events, the couple moved through their day effortlessly – the only snag of the day was a button falling off a groomsmen’s jacket, which Hunter promptly fixed with her sewing kit. We have so enjoyed working with Opal and Slate Events on other downtown Fort Worth weddings, and feel so lucky to have collaborated with this incredible team on an incredible wedding day for Anne Marie and Adam.