D Weddings: Bridal Buzz Blurbs Spring/Summer 2014

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Design: Maxine Owens spent years working as a visual merchandiser and manager for some of fashion's most renowned tastemakers, including Anthropologie and Barneys New York. Now she's brining the style secrets she learned on the job to her new creative studio, The Southern Table. Drawing inspiration from both her Dallas roots and the beauty of nature, Owens helps brides with floral, lettering, and event design — all with a splash of Southern style and hospitality. 

Invites: Paper snobs and knick-knack lovers rejoice! At long last, Paper Source has opened its doors in Plano. Stop in for an array of wedding-related paper products to help you get ready for your big day, including adorable and elegant save-the-dates, custom embossers, and DIY wedding decorations.

Groom in Bloom
Tuxedo: Swiss fashion designer Edo Popken's family has been making clothing for style-conscious men for more than 130 years. So it stands to reason that he knows a thing or two about what makes a man look his best. Lucky for us, Popken recently opened his first U.S. store in the Design District. His eponymous shop offers both custom and ready-to-wear clothing, including the "Tux-Edo," a single-button suit made of midnight navy gabardine.

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Venue: Dream of getting married deep in the heart of Texas? Check out Decaur's 450-acre Flying V Ranch, owned by mother-daughter duo Page and Sherry Warner. Page, an interior designer, gave the former cattle ranch a makeover, transforming it into the perfect place for a wedding. Flying V offers an outdoor ceremony site shaded by large oak trees, a garden, and a barn that can seat 300. 

Videography: With all the dancing, romancing, socializing, and swearing to love someone forever, your wedding can be a blur. Thankfully, Beyond Films can help you relive your big day again and again. The movie magicians here work with you to create the perfect wedding video. Whether you're looking for a five-minute teaser to share on social media or a magnum opus, they can make it happen. After all, photos can't capture your grandma's killer dance moves quite like video.

Décor: Passkey Décor knows that sometimes you just need a last-minute assist. The company was born when the wedding planners behind Mckinney-based Each and Every Detail received a number of calls from brides looking for help setting up the day of their event. Here's how it works: You collect items needed to complete your vision and then allow the good people at Passkey Décor to do all the work while you relax before saying "I do." Even better? They pack it all up once the party is over.