Mary-Frances Hurt started her career as an all-in-one “wedding planner, assistant, and clean-up crew,” but the SMU graduate’s reputation for ahead-of-the-curve creative excellence soon grew her small business into the premier planning company it is today. “We are a boutique planning firm that is intentional about listening,” says Mary-Frances. “Our events are completely customized to match the client’s heartbeat and bring their unique vision to life.” Having earned the respect of high-profile clients, industry veterans, and vendors alike, Mary-Frances continues to enjoy the challenge of producing larger-than-life events across the United States and beyond. When she’s not busy coordinating a five-star function, free spirited Mary-Frances—who’s better known as MF—enjoys being with her children, traveling, doing as much yoga as possible, and directing her brainpower toward the global future of DFW Events. Read More »
By deciding to say “I do” in a setting that’s removed from your everyday experience, you have automatically set the stage for a celebration that feels like a vacation for everyone involved… including you! Have confidence in the fact that your wedding will be remembered as a one-of-a-kind event, and keep the following DO’s and DON’Ts in mind to ensure that your planning process is as seamless and streamlined as possible. AttireDO call your airline in advance to determine whether or not you can carry your gown on the plane with you. DON’T rely on a destination rental shop to secure tuxedos for the guys. Smaller shops don’t always carry a full stock of inventory, so the groom and groomsmen should pre-arrange their attire with a national company ahead of time. Ceremony & ReceptionDO check your destination’s marriage-license laws several months in advance of your wedding date. In the Bahamas, ... Read More »
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