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Pamela + Steve: Wedding

This photo says is all!
ps_9pintopinterestPamela and Steve were set to be married at a fabulous little afternoon wedding at Winfrey Point in Dallas off of White Rock Lake. Just one day before her wedding Dallas City personnel called and told her that there was no electricity at Winfrey Point and that they would have to move their wedding venue — one day before!!! So some sweet people with the city of Dallas helped her find another location. They took her to historical buildings, gardens and The Cotton Bowl! They picked The Cotton Bowl for their venue because Pamela still wanted the ceremony to be outside and Steve loves football and had been to a couple Red River Rivalry games there. So Pamela called me at 5 p.m. the night before to tell me about her crazy-stressful day, but we were just all so excited that she was able to have her outdoor wedding and that it was going to be the first wedding ever at The Cotton Bowl. Crazy story! But one they’ll never forget. So on to the wedding pics: below, the guys and girls got to get ready in the locker rooms. So fun!
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ps_8pintopinterestFirst Dance. Awww!
ps_11pintopinterestMy second favorite from the day. I just love how close they’re dancing. 
ps_12pintopinterestThis photo just gives you an idea about what their reception looked like over all. Lots of fabulous light, and the breezeway allowed lots of wind to keep things cool.
ps_18pintopinterestThey also had access to the media room for their food and cake. I love the look on the ring bearer’s face. I feel like they wanted to dare each other to eat some icing. ps_19pintopinterestI totally love this one because Pamela’s dad is giving his toast and I feel like, if he wasn’t in a tux, he’d look like a coach giving a pep talk before the big game.ps_21pintopinterestps_blog20pintopinterestPamela and Steve: I was so excited to be part of your big celebration. I’m sorry things didn’t end up as planned, but I think everything was just fabulous! You got married with all of your best friends and family present and you have a crazy-awesome story to share for all of your lives.:)

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  • Jenna

    Love the story and the pictures! :)

  • Shelby Bennett

    Beautiful! It was such a lovely day and these photos really capture it! Can’t wait to see them all :-)

  • Bravo to Pamela and Steve for being so fluid and rolling with some stressful changes. Winfrey Point is awesome but HEY being married at the Cotton bowl is perhaps even MORE awesome, IMO. I am in love with Fair Park, so perhaps I am slightly biased. 😉 Fabulous photos as always Allison, I enjoy watching your blog.


  • what a crazy way to start their wedding weekend – but it looked like so much fun in the end :)

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  • Rita Patrizi

    Pam & Steve, your wedding was lovely and you’re in the history books getting married at the Cotton Bowl. What seemed a nightmare the day before your wedding turned out to be a blessing. Thanks for including us. It was a great day.

  • Cecilia Gower

    Pamela, awesome photos! I know many women who would be too self-absorbed to get married at a football stadium if they had other choices. Bravo to you for seeing the day for what it could be and not getting hung up on the way it had originally been planned to look like. You picked a very unique setting and it looks like it was an amazing day! I’m so happy for both you and Steve. Enjoy this new chapter in your life – a life together!

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