Julia Bunch Fearis and Galen Fearis asked their grandmothers, who are longtime friends, to serve as flower girls. Photo by Rebecca Chesney The Bubble Tap Trailer greeted guests at LeeAnne Locken and Rich Emberlin’s wedding reception. Photo by Jennefer Wilson An aerialist entertained guests at DJ ASAP’s wedding to Shonda Moore. Photos by IcedUp Photography, Jeremy Plemel Photography & Stephon Latham Photography There was still plenty of dancing at Gina Ginsburg and Grant Farmer’s brunch reception. Photo by Jennefer Wilson Photography A paradise of flowers made a big statement at this intimate Dallas area wedding. Photo by Fairy Tale Photography Pages from old fairytale books used in tablescapes at Derek Whitener and Victor Newman Brockwell’s wedding. Photo Courtesy of Victor Newman Brockwell Sara and Brock Webberman lead guests in the UT fight song. Photo by Tracy Autem Photography Chris Andersen and Korey Williams opted for an intimate dinner for their reception. Each fall, CultureMap spotlights some of the most fabulous real weddings of Dallas-area couples who recently tied the knot. From backyard barbecues to intimate dinner receptions and multimillion-dollar extravaganzas, each celebration we’ve featured this year has included swoon-worthy details as unique as the couples themselves. They raised the bar on fun and sentimentality, and in some cases, spared absolutely no expense. Read on for 10 inspired ideas and memorable moments from some of our favorite wedding stories of 2019. Grandmothers as flower girls Julia Bunch Fearis and Galen Fearis In one of the sweetest touches we’ve ever seen, the bride and groom’s grandmothers, who have been best friends for more than 30 years, served as flower girls. This whimsical backyard wedding was truly a family affair, with the father officiating and the couple’s beloved dogs playing important roles in both the proposal and wedding. The newly married couple […]