Wedding Dress

How to Honor a Loved One On Your Wedding Day

Your wedding day is a very important event in life and you want to celebrate it with all of your loved ones. However, sometimes, not everyone you love is around anymore. That doesn’t mean they can’t be there in spirit. If someone special in your life has passed away, and you want to honor a loved one on your wedding day, Hidden Creek has come up with some creative ways to do it. But remember, there is no correct way of doing it, so listen to your heart and follow your instinct. Your loved one will be happy to be thought of, no matter how small or big the gesture is. Do whatever makes you happy.

Picture at the Ceremony

Put a picture of your loved one in the front row of the ceremony. Place them on the first spot on the first pew and you can place some flowers around the picture or right next to it. Then, the person walking you down the aisle will sit right next to the picture. The flowers don’t have to be in the color scheme of your wedding– you can choose flowers in their favorite colors.

Memorial Table

A memorial table works best when you are honoring multiple people that have passed away. You can place a bunch of pictures of them scattered throughout the table. You can also add some of their belongings or anything they gave you, such as a book, a necklace, a letter, etc. 

Candle 

You can use a candle to honor a loved one as well. All you have to do is light it, and you can place a picture next to the candle too, or just a name. The candle can go right at the entrance of the venue, near the head table, or on a memorial table.

Toast

Another great way to honor a loved one is by mentioning them in a formal toast. So, when your maid of honor, the best man, or a parent gives the toast, they can mention your loved one. They can either tell a story or mention how much they would have loved to be there and are looking down at you with happiness. 

Incorporate a Family Heirloom

If you have a locket, a wedding ring, a handkerchief, or any other special item that belonged to your loved one, you can incorporate it into your wedding dress or accessories.

Charm on Bouquet

You can also add a charm to the bouquet with your loved one’s name on it. Then, they can be right there with you, walking down the aisle.

Hidden Creek Is Here For You

For more wedding planning ideas or for a beautiful rustic venue, get in touch with Hidden Creek today. Schedule a tour with us, so you can envision your dream wedding. We are located in Heath, Texas, tucked away within luscious greens. We also have an amazing event manager, Brett Welch, who will help you bring your ideas to life and give you advice for fulfilling your ideal celebration.

All You Need to Know About the Wedding Dress Code

Some people have been dreaming about their wedding since they were little kids. Their dreams are so vivid and detailed that they even know what they want their guests to wear. You need to let your guests know if you want them to dress for a glamorous ball, in long flowy dresses, or dress casually for a country-themed wedding. This information should be included in the invitation. It avoids any confusion and allows your vivid dreams to become reality. Your guests will be thankful too, for they won’t be left wondering what to wear or second-guessing their choices.

Different Types of Wedding Attire

Although formal/black-tie optional is the most common type of wedding dress code, there are dozens to choose from. Hidden Creek has explained some of the popular ones, to help you envision your wedding and your guests. The venue oftentimes sets the tone for the dress code, so keep that in mind when deciding the theme. 

Black Tie

This is one of the most formal types of wedding dress codes. Men wear tuxedos and bow ties. A black vest or cummerbund, and patent leather shoes are also recommended. Women wear gowns that are long and cover their ankles. They can also wear elegant pantsuits.

Formal/Black-Tie Optional

This is a little less formal than the first dress code. Men don’t need to wear tuxes; they can get away with a dark suit, a white shirt, and tie. Women wear elegant dresses, but they don’t need to wear dresses that go over their ankles. They can wear dresses that are just below their knees or nice pantsuits.

Semi-Formal/Cocktail

Semi-formal and cocktail dress codes are fairly similar, which is why we have grouped them together. During these wedding dress codes, women can wear dresses up to their knees. Men don’t need to wear a tie, but they still need to dress appropriately. This can include khakis, slacks, and a button-up shirt. The semi-formal dress code gives your guest the flexibility to dress comfortably, but not too casual.

Casual

A casual wedding dress code usually means that the wedding will be held outdoors or on the beach. This means your wedding will be much more laid-back, especially when it comes to what your guests wear. People will most likely be showing up in jeans if you put casual on your invitation. If you don’t want your guests showing up in jeans, then do not list it as casual. When it’s casual dress, ties aren’t required but they are still welcomed. Summer sundresses and wedges are appropriate for the ladies. 

Live Out Your Dream Wedding at Hidden Creek 

So now that you have a better idea of what the different dress codes are, you can help your guests decide what to wear. Make sure to include the wedding dress code on the invitation, to avoid any confusion. This way, you can have the wedding that you envision. If you are in the process of looking for the perfect venue, schedule a tour with Hidden Creek. Our elegant venue is tucked away within the woods, offering privacy and the ability to celebrate all night long.

The Wedding Checklist of Princess Diana’s Dreams

 

The royal family has always been a hot topic in the news. As of late, they’ve been quite a mainstay in the news cycle. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle especially have found themselves at the center of the buzz after an emotional interview with Oprah. However, one member of the royal family’s relevance persists without the influence of current events. Diana, the Princess of Wales was a force in pop culture during her reign as princess and remains well-loved years after her death. Princess Diana is a famed member of the British royal family and mother to Prince William and Harry. 

Princess Diana is remembered for being a loving mother, a humanitarian and, above all else a bonafide-style icon. Diana is fondly regarded as one of the most untraditional members of the royal family. She was a true representative of the people and carried out her duties to the public in an affectionate way. Princess Diana dedicated her life to breaking down barriers between royals and commoners with her charity work. Before Diana, the family was more of an omniscient presence for the British public, rather than the more accessible monarchy they posit themselves to be now. She made being glamorous and powerful look attainable for the average person. The princess wanted people to know that at the end of the day, she was just a person.

As the peak of the wedding season rapidly approaches, here’s how to tap into the essence of Diana for a truly sensible, stylish, and memorable wedding.

 

The Wedding Dress

The sight of Princess Diana in her white ball gown of a wedding dress is something straight out of a storybook. With her puffy sleeves (which aren’t quite as in style as they were on that day in 1981), stunning jewels, intricate lace designs, proliferation of bows and colorful engagement rings, Diana’s style is one that carries through in the wedding industry today.

As you begin to plan your own wedding and find that dream dress, take a note out of Princess Diana’s book. Take some bridal fashion risks if they feel right to you. The style of the dress should always be up to the bride and the bride alone. After all, it’s her day to shine in the glow of the prosperous future while her partner waits at the altar. The princess never stifled herself by stepping into someone else’s expectations. Instead, she did what she wanted and kept the public on their toes, surprising them with scintillating accessories, a 25-foot cathedral train, and a dazzling tiara headpiece that remains timeless.

From a more technical standpoint, the princess utilized luxurious fabrics and elaborate embroidery that complimented the quintessential female figure, accentuating the curves of a woman in a modest but exciting way that elevates the pageantry we’re familiar with today in a more elegant and simple way. If you’re not into heels, rest assured that the princess wasn’t either and rocked some designer flats on her fairy tale day.

 

The Culinary Genius

Now, the food at Princess Diana’s wedding might be different from the menu offered at your wedding. She had expert chefs and an endless budget at her disposal. But, there are some inspiring takeaways from the wedding breakfast served in the typical English tradition that may apply to good ‘ole Texas culinary craft.

The wedding breakfast consisted of traditional strawberries and cream, brill in lobster sauce, stuffed chicken with lamb mousse, and a fruitcake with white icing, roses, lilies, and orchids. It’s a lot for breakfast, but the elegance of the food can be achieved at your own wedding. You can incorporate some timeless and accessible signature dishes into your wedding menu. You could serve refreshing strawberries and cream, as well as the savory stuffed chicken at your own wedding. Add some Texas spice and it’s perfect! These dishes are sure to be a crowd-pleaser. 

 

The Hidden Message

Some parts of your wedding should remain special to you. Not everything is meant to be consumed by wedding guests and picked apart by social media, even if it is well-intentioned and celebratory. Princess Diana understood this, which is why the sole of her flats held the custom “C” and “D” painted inscriptions from shoemaker Clive Shilton. She included this for her own purposes, and this secret detail was just for her. It was a sweet romantic gesture that no one else saw, but was special for the princess. She held this one thing close to her soul while embarking on her new future, stepping into her new role with grace we can only envy.

 

Hidden Creek Event Menu

As you actualize your wedding fantasy, know that it has a home at Hidden Creek, where elegance in a classy venue and picturesque landscape remains. Whether you’re hoping to host an elaborate wedding worthy of a princess or a minimal laidback affair the Hidden Creek venue can meet your needs. Contact us to schedule a consultation and start planning your special day. 

Wedding Traditions and Where They Originated

Why does a bride carry a bouquet down the aisle?  Why are wedding cakes tiered? Why are wedding dresses white? There are so many wedding traditions, but most people don’t know where they originated. Personalizing your wedding to make it fit your style and personality is important. Part of the planning process is deciding which wedding traditions you want to keep, and which ones you would rather skip. Whatever you decide, get to know the history behind some of the most common American wedding traditions.

The Dress

Fashion evolves every year, and this includes bridal gowns. Bridal gowns tend to blend and reflect traditions, customs, and current events. Queen Victoria of England popularized white wedding gowns. She wore the first white wedding dress on her wedding day in 1840. After that, the white wedding dress as we know it today became the standard. Now, 182 years later, people still follow her example.

Matching Bridesmaid Dresses

In ancient Rome, matching outfits meant good luck and were a common wedding tradition. People believed evil spirits would attend the wedding and attempt to curse the bride and groom. Bridesmaids acted as decoys by dressing identically to the bride to confuse malevolent spirits. They thought that the spirits would be unsure which one was the bride, and would leave her alone. They believed the matching dress would allow the couple to wed in peace.

The Bouquet

Flower bouquets originated in ancient Greece and Rome. Women carried aromatic bunches of garlic, herbs, and spices to ward off evil spirits. Many people also believed that the natural bundles would help prevent wedding guests from contracting the plague. Brides carrying their favorite flower is a tradition that became popular in 1840. This was because Queen Victoria carried a bouquet of snowdrops when she married Prince Albert. Queen Victoria’s love of the flower influenced coming generations of brides. Today, brides generally select a flower arrangement that holds sentimental value, matches their wedding theme, or is simply beautiful.

Ring on Ring Finger

This traditional western placement of the wedding ring can also be attributed to the Romans. They believed that the fourth finger on the left hand was connected directly to the heart by a vein called “the vein of love.”  For years newlyweds have placed their wedding bands on this finger during their nuptial ceremony. However, this signifier of everlasting love and commitment isn’t the status quo around the world. Other cultures have been documented placing the ring on another finger, or even the other hand. This particular tradition is typically honored in the United States and the United Kingdom.

Something Old, Something New

This English tradition revolves around the items a bride should have in her possession at her wedding. The old English rhyme goes, “Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, a sixpence in your shoe.” It was generally believed that these items would bring luck and prosperity to the marriage. “Something old” honors the bride’s ancestry and her past. It also serves as a protective talisman to protect future children and promote fertility. “Something new” offers hope for the newlywed’s future. It’s typically a gift that offers a dose of optimism.  “Something borrowed” is also meant to bring good luck. Traditionally, the bride borrows a small keepsake or jewelry from someone who is happily married. “Something blue” signals love, purity, and fidelity which are some tenants of a healthy and long-lasting marriage. “Sixpence in your shoe” is a token to promote security and stability in your future home with your spouse.

The Wedding Cake

The tradition of a wedding cake dates back to ancient Rome. The guests broke a loaf of bread over the bride’s head to symbolize fertility. The newlyweds would share a few bites while guests would gather up the leftover crumbs for good luck. In medieval England, the bride and groom would try to kiss over a pile of stacked spiced buns, scones, and cookies. This supposedly ensured a prosperous future if they were able to successfully smooch without toppling the whole thing over.  This was a precursor to the tiered wedding cakes of today.

Hidden Creek Events

There are a lot of fun wedding traditions to explore while you plan your wedding. There are also some quirky and crazy options that may just make you giggle. Regardless, of which traditions you choose to uphold or skip our coordinator at Hidden Creek events can help you plan a dazzling and memorable day. We can help you prepare for your wedding, and we offer a romantic wooded getaway to host your storybook wedding. Give us a call or book a visit online to explore our venue further and get more information from our capable and dedicated staff.

Planning Your (Hopefully) Post-COVID Wedding

Like so many businesses these days, the wedding industry has been forced to reshape and adapt during the pandemic. People have relied more on technology to work remotely, leading to the launch of new services providing virtual experiences. 

Virtual will continue to become a piece of weddings in the future, even long past this pandemic. You will always have family members that are unable to attend. 

Be Flexible When Choosing a Date

The 2021 calendar is already filling up with rescheduled functions. As you plan your wedding in 2021 consider scheduling your wedding for a Friday night or Sunday. Try to have a backup date with the venue and priority vendors on soft hold. These can help as you plan during these uncertain times.

As of right now, in the Open Texas guidelines, “wedding receptions held outside are strongly recommended and are not subject to an occupancy limit.”

Also consider holding several small celebrations, even in different locations to make travel easier for guests. 

Be Realistic 

It is going to be hard to expect weddings to look exactly as they did before the coronavirus. The food and beverage industry has been disrupted. Buffet style meals or finger foods are not acceptable for the moment. Plated dinners will most likely be served or chef-attended food stations offered, with wait staff in gloves and masks. In most places passed hors d’oeuvres and cocktails may no longer be an option, as well as self-serve water stations or self-serve bars. 

Choose Honesty

When it comes to the coronavirus, long-held wedding etiquette is pretty much no longer applicable, especially when it comes to telling guests the wedding is cancelled. You should plan to either skip the save-the-date cards or let the people you invite know that you plan to adhere to state and federal guidelines for gatherings. 

Your loved one’s support may come in the form of letters, gifts, or virtual participation instead of being there in person. Be prepared to understand that some guests may no longer feel comfortable in large group settings.

Remember the Reason for the Day

The day is about the marriage of two people who are wanting to celebrate the union with friends and family. The celebration may have to be both in person and virtually. These methods will allow everyone that wants to celebrate with you that special opportunity. 

Make Your Wedding Special

Hidden Creek offers a gorgeous outdoor venue for your special day, combining the scenery you want with the privacy you need. Our wooded venue sits beside a beautiful creek, and our open meadow is perfect for capturing magical wedding photos. We can help you plan around Covid restrictions and help set up a virtual option for friends and family. The overall goal is to showcase the most important details that are genuinely meaningful to you as a couple. Call or visit our website to schedule a tour of Hidden Creek today!

Tips for a Memorable Minimalist Wedding

A minimalist wedding can have different meanings for different people, but everyone would agree to the fact that it is a great budget saver. This doesn’t mean that the wedding cannot be stylish. Minimalist wedding ideas, which most often feature neutral wedding color palettes, and lots of greenery, are adaptable for almost any budget and season. Proper planning is important to deliver the desired quality in a minimalist wedding, so here are our best tips for a stylish but simple wedding.

Start with the Ending in Mind

Plan your honeymoon before the wedding – Many couples are left with little to no money for their honeymoon after the wedding and reception. Plan your wedding exactly opposite to this. Plan a luxurious honeymoon first and plan your wedding with the leftover money. By this, you spend your money on the first days of your marriage together.

Use Minimal Decorations

The flowers, welcome signs, aisle markers, etc. come at a significant price. Try to reduce such expenses by using refurbished or natural decorations. If you plan your wedding in a natural setting like a Hidden Creek, the need for decorations will decrease exponentially. Mother nature will do its job to give all the necessary ambiance. 

Spend Little to Nothing on Printing

Skip the colorful embellishments and fancy calligraphy. Society has moved to a digital age where most of our communications happen over digital platforms. Consider making a wedding website which includes all the details related to your wedding. A website is more economical and minimalist than printing fancy cards. You can even send out “Save the Date” postcards with your website on them. Vellum is a go-to material for minimalists. This semi-translucent paper can be used for everything from your wedding invitations and your ceremony programs, to your escort cards, reception signage, or table numbers.

Get a Simple Wedding Dress

 If you’re planning to wear a gown for your big day, minimalist wedding dresses are a huge trend right now. This means that you’ll have plenty of embellishment-free options to try as you’re shopping for your dream dress. 

Select a minimalist cake

Personalize your wedding cake in the minimalist style by keeping it simple and sleek. You won’t see a piped buttercream wedding cake, nor an elaborately decorated fondant confection at a minimalist wedding. The cake should look muted, embellished with small amounts of greenery.

Have the perfect minimalist wedding at Hidden Creek

Hidden Creek is the perfect outdoor wedding venue to have a minimalist fairy-tale charm. Our venue combines beautiful scenery with peaceful privacy, and tucked away 

beyond the forest is an open field that’s great for capturing those sunset wedding photos. Minimalist weddings can be as stunning as grand weddings. They just focus more on quality than quantity. Remember that your wedding is about you and not about the food and fancy decorations. The overall goal is to showcase the most important details that are genuinely meaningful to you as a couple. Visit our website today to schedule your tour of Hidden Creek!

The 5 Most Anticipated Wedding Trends of 2020

A new year has begun, and that means new opportunities to plan your dream wedding. While traditional ceremonies are always in style, there has been a push toward weddings that capture the unique personality of the couple. Do you prefer pops of color over black and white? How about charitable donations in lieu of wedding favors? Here at Hidden Creek in Dallas, we will coordinate and host the ceremony you’ve always dreamed of. If you’re getting married this year, here are some trends that are predicted to be a big deal in 2020.

Out: Purchasing Everything New; In: Upcycling

Forget going into debt to buy a new engagement ring. These days, it’s cool to reset the stones from a family heirloom ring into a unique creation all your own. The same goes for wedding dresses. Why spend thousands on a new one when you can buy secondhand and get it altered and embellished? This thrifty trend not only saves you money, it also promotes the sustainable philosophy of “reduce, reuse, recycle”.

Out: Over-the-Top Decorations; In: Statement Décor

In keeping with the money-saving trend, more couples are electing to have one elaborate focal piece of décor rather than springing for tons of decorations. This statement piece could be an elaborate floral arrangement festooned with lights, a gorgeous chandelier, a balloon arch in your chosen colors, or anything else you desire.

Out: Tiaras; In: Combs, Barrettes, and Clips

The princess vibe is taking a backseat to vintage glamour this year. Since we’ve just entered the “roaring 20’s”, many brides are incorporating elements of 1920’s glamour into their wedding day look. This includes jeweled combs, barrettes, and elegant silver clips to keep their hair in place. Veils are still a popular tradition, but look for shorter veils and cap veils to make a comeback.

Out: Jewel Tones; In: Pastels

Jewel tones have always been a popular choice for bridesmaids’ dresses; think sapphire blues, ruby reds, and amethyst purples. In 2020, the trend is lighter and more playful. Mint green has taken the place of its emerald counterpart. Violet has made way for periwinkle and faded denim has replaced navy brighter blues. Instead of Barbie pink, look for interesting shades of cassis and coral. Of course, nothing compliments a pastel palette like tuxes in shades of gray or blue.

Out: Wedding Favors; In: Donations to Charity

Wedding favors were getting pretty elaborate in 2019, which is understandable; you want your guests to go home with a nice memento of your special day. But more couples are choosing to donate the money they would have spent on wedding favors. If you go this route, make it more personal with cards that explain why the charity is so close to your heart or how it has made an impact in your life.

Hidden Creek Events: DFW’s Most Popular Wedding Destination

With our acres of wooded land, gorgeous scenery, and elegant reception area, it’s no wonder so many couples choose to have their weddings at Hidden Creek. We welcome all wedding styles, from traditional to ultra-modern, and you can enlist our help for everything from finding the right DJ or florist to making sure your wedding day goes off without a hitch. Book your visit today before our 2020 dates fill.

What Should You Do with Your Dress After the Wedding?

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Every wedding dress is special, as beautiful and unique as the bride who wears it. Choosing one is an exciting experience, and wearing it down the aisle, at the reception, and in photographs can make a bride feel like royalty. But what happens after the celebration ends? It used to be a given that the bride would zip a protective bag around her dress and store it away forever, but the new generations are less inclined to hold onto their dresses as keepsakes. Hidden Creek Events has come up with some alternatives to hanging your dress in the back of your closet for all eternity.

What to Do with the Dress

Hand it Down

If you plan to have kids someday, you might want to preserve the dress so that you can hand it down to your daughter for her own wedding. Most dry cleaners offer dress preservation, including vacuum sealing, to keep the gown looking its best through the years. Or perhaps you have a niece or friend who is getting married. You could pass the dress, or at least its embellishments, to them.

Donate It

Not everyone can afford the expense of a brand new wedding dress, but they’re always in demand. Consider donating your dress to less fortunate brides who still deserve to look beautiful on their wedding day. Some wonderful charities include Goodwill, Brides Across America, and Adorned in Grace. The latter two serve military and first responders, and survivors of human trafficking, respectively.

Sell It

Weddings aren’t exactly cheap, and the bridal gown is usually one of the biggest single expenses. You could list yours online to try and recoup some money from your wedding ceremony. Enlist the services of Ebay, Facebook Marketplace, or Poshmark. You can also look for local consignment stores that would be happy to resell your gown.

Auction It

If your dress is especially valuable, consider putting it in a charity auction to raise money for a good cause. DonorSearch has put together a list of the top charity auction sites where you could sell your dress to the highest bidder and rest assured the money will do some real good in the world.

Trash It

We don’t mean you should dump it unceremoniously in a bin. On the contrary, trashing a wedding dress and documenting it with videos or photographs is becoming a popular and irreverent trend. Imagine going skydiving in the dress, wearing it underwater, rolling around on a sandy beach, or going bungee jumping in it. The possibilities are endless.

Create a Keepsake

You could keep a section of your dress and turn it into a sweet remembrance of your special day. Some brides make throw pillows from their dresses. Others create mini versions of their gowns and sew them onto teddy bears. You could frame some of the fabric or bind a wedding book in it, giving you a way to remember your special day that doesn’t involve saving a dress you’ll only wear once.

Wear It Again

Of course, you always have the option to keep your wedding dress for a future date. Some brides love to wear their original gown when they renew their vows. It can be a very special and loving gesture that brings back all the fond memories of the original ceremony.

Hidden Creek Events: Your #1 Dallas-Area Wedding Venue

The fate of your wedding dress rests in your hands. For everything else, let Hidden Creek and wedding coordinator Brett Welch take charge! We’ll be by your side and at your disposal from beginning to end, and we won’t let your wedding day be less than perfect. Call us today to schedule a tour and learn more about our gorgeous venue just east of Dallas!

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