If we could give one piece of advice for your wedding day, we’d recommend doing as Danielle and Matt did: fully live and feel and experience your wedding day. They truly appeared to have the greatest day of their lives, championed by the love of their family and support from their friends. And it’s impossible for us to not wear a huge grin while looking at Matt’s adoration of Danielle.
Danielle’s circle of long-time friends have an endearing tradition of passing on a handkerchief to the next bride of the group, adding her embroidered initials to the list of past brides. That’s such a thoughtful way to stay connected over the years.
Matt’s love of golf was a big reason they got married at the Four Seasons in Dallas. He played a full round with Danielle’s dad to kick the day off, and it looked like he was giving a few great golf tips too.
We’re always looking out for the way old friends share in the excitement and love of the wedding day.
Matt and Danielle’s moms shared a sentimental reflection as Danielle put on her dress.
For this deeply connected pair, having the opportunity to share in the excitement together before the ceremony was an extra special part of the day.
Danielle’s parents shared a proud moment while she eagerly approached Matt.
One of their priorities was to share a private dinner in the ballroom, to reflect on the ceremony, and to experience the incredible scene set by Two Clever Chicks before everyone else got to see it.
We were warned ahead of time that Matt has the dance fever, and could break out his moves at any moment.