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Forty-eight mariachi players heralded the arrival of the happy couple, who strolled arm in arm up the driveway with an army of friends behind them.
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The bride’s soft pavé bouquet, designed by Todd Events, included garden roses, hydrangea, peonies, gardenias and lisianthus, all tied in magnolia midori satin with a handkerchief from St. Moritz, which was given to Niña by her mother on her 18th birthday — her something old.
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The bride and groom made their getaway in a 1973 white Eldorado Cadillac (courtesy of Romantic Remembrances) with custom-made, leather-bound 7-foot longhorns designed by the bride’s mother.
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The very newly wed couple took a seat at the altar surrounded by close friends, family and their wedding party of 41. The bridesmaids glowed in cappuccino-hued gowns by Monique Lhuillier; Niña’s gown was her own design, executed by Nardos at Stanley Korshak.
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Hundreds of softly glowing lanterns hung from the 100-year-old oaks.
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More than 1,000 guests witnessed Niña and Trevor exchange vows in the Highland Park Presbyterian Church sanctuary November 10, 2012.
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Niña designed her six-foot-tall cake with inspiration from her mother and Todd Fiscus. The cascading flowers made of icing, garnished with real magnolia leaves, and Trevor’s Texas-themed groom’s cake were both created by Frosted Art.
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The reception was held at the Barbier-Mueller family’s E-S Ranch. The 2,500 acres are located 25 minutes from Dallas on the western shoreline of Lake Ray Hubbard.
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