We love a good themed party! When used correctly, a theme can be classy, elegant, and can help create unity throughout the various facets of the event. Extreme and obvious themes are often used for fundraisers and social events, but Shelby and Blake were able to use a subtle Gatsby theme to create a gorgeous, elegant 1920’s styled wedding reception.
We love when our brides and grooms use their reception details as a way to express their personality and hobbies, and Robin and Michael did a great job of doing just that during their January reception in the Horizon Ballroom. Their entire day revolved around friends, family, and personal touches that make for great memories of a wonderful day.
What’s more fun than a rich, sinfully delicious dessert? How about a selection of MANY rich, delicious BITE-SIZED desserts??
There are some weddings that “wow” from the start, and the wedding of Lauren and Matt was certainly one of those! Their vendor team fully transformed the Horizon and Terrace ballroom with extravagant floral, custom furniture, and a bold green and white color scheme, and we absolutely loved it!
Trend Alert: Fresh, colorful sushi on display at your next event!
Did you know that The Fort Worth Club makes fresh sushi in-house? Our culinary staff have mastered the art of sushi rolling and are ready to take your event to the next level with various sushi and sashimi selections, all made with the freshest ingredients at the Club.
What do you get when you combine a beautiful Persian ceremony with a gorgeous Spring reception? The celebration of Yasmin and Scott! We were thrilled to be a part of their special day for both the ceremony and reception, and can’t wait to share the details here!
The Terrace is one of the most photographed areas of The Fort Worth Club. As the entrance to our historic Horizon Ballroom, this space is truly magical and elegant and we love to see event planners and designers showcase it’s beauty. Tami Winn, of Tami Winn Events, did just that at our Wedding and Special Event Showcase. By adding furniture, lighting, food stations and floral, the space was transformed into a reception space of its own. (Photography by Tracey Autem Photography)
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