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June 26th, 2012

Going to the Chapel {Tidbits Brides' Guide}

Dedicated Tidbit

From macarons fit for Marie to resort-inspired letterpress, here’s our little black book of Dallas’ stylish pros. Say “I do” to a totally chic wedding.

Effortless Ever After | The young stylish TCU grad behind Jen Rios Design conceives events with an eye for detail and design. From curated tablescapes to customized color palettes, the former interiors guru is making a name for herself among It Girl brides with an aesthetic that is at once chic and classic. Take 20% off of a complete wedding design package when initial consultation is booked before 8/31/12.

Love At First Bite | Two sisters handcraft decadent desserts for The Hospitality Sweet, so addicting the biz was recently tapped to make in-house offerings for Timothy Oulton’s first US store. Create a custom display of cakes, macarons, cupcake push-ups, cake pops and other gourmet treats for your affair and see what the buzz is about.

Here Comes The Style | Palm Papers’ grew out of the designer’s desire to create her very own destination wedding invitation. You’ll love escaping with luxe collections named Resort, Regency and Fresh. From letterpress save the dates to festive party invites and newlywed stationery, each clean-and-modern custom design has a personality as unique as the bride herself.

The Stars at Night | Picosa Ranch Resort, a true South Texas paradise, features idyllic views paired with unmatched hospitality, making it an elegant oasis fit for a luxe destination affair. Mention Tidbits when booking your wedding and receive a half hour of chef’s choice complimentary hors d’oeuvres from Rosemary’s Catering.

Beloved by Bridesmaids | Buzzy Texas-born designer Camille Zarsky can monogram python pouches for your hip ‘maids. We’re addicted to the fashion forward styles editors are calling “Chanel’s new competition”—cuffs and bags are all handmade in NYC and lined in poppy orange.

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