Monroe Pearson Holiday Styled Shoot with Allen Tsai Photography

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Always believe that something wonderful is about to happen
— ― Sukhraj S. Dhillon

Rent My Dust vintage rentals is so happy to bring you this holiday inspired shoot from Monroe Pearson in Denton, Texas.  Monroe Pearson is the newest trendy rustic industrial wedding event venue in Denton, Texas.  We were so honored that the Walters Wedding Estates invited us to be a part of their holiday styled shoot with some of our favorite vendors.  The theme was a little bit Mad Man mixed with rustic elegance.  Just look at the luscious reds in the flowers by R Love Floral.  Huge thank you to Allen Tsai for always going the extra mile to get the perfect shot.  We love you, Allen!!  Hope you enjoy each photo as much as we enjoyed bringing it to you.  Please say hello to each of these vendors.  Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!!

Walters Wedding Estates,   Allen Tsai Photography,  R Love Floral,  Rent My Dust, C Marie SweetsPink Champagne Paper, 5 Star RentalTease To Please,  Stanley Korshak Bridal

Cassidy + Clint's = Wes Anderson Inspired Wedding

Rent My Dust is thrilled to bring you the wedding of Cassidy & Clint at The Springs Venue in Aubrey, Texas!!  This is one of those weddings you dream about doing.  We have known Cassidy's family for a while because we also did Cassidy's sister, Storie's wedding a couple of years ago.  Cassidy is an artist and recently graduated from UNT so when we meet, she already had lots of idea's including the Wes Anderson theme.  Of course we ran with it because we also adore Wes Anderson movies.  We were so happy to provide a vintage lounge area up on stage as a back drop for their wedding ceremony.  Rent My Dust also styled and designed each of the 28 guest tables.  Each table was adorned with something retro like a radio, purse, or something unusual.  Be sure to check out the amazing photos provided by, Abraham Campillo.  

 The following photos were taken by Rent My Dust of our decor at the wedding and is not taken by Mr. Campillo.