Creative and delicious appetizers make your wedding menu memorable. These little bites are a great way to feature high-end ingredients without adjusting your catering budget. Given creative leeway, Houston wedding caterers deliver big flavor in small portions, with imaginative presentation that just might steal the spotlight.
Sup on a lobster bisque. Savor a mimosa. It’s time for a pre-wedding bridesmaids’ lunch with your fave ladies! These five Houston hotspots will take care of you, and your crew, with fine food and drink, and flawless service.
The Cordúa name is synonymous with bold Latin American flavors and warm hospitality—both of which are on delicious display at Américas and Churrascos, father-and-son team Michael and David Cordúa’s esteemed Houston eateries. Click here to read the rest of this post »
Vewiser, who met Tiesha while the two were attending Lamar University, used a trip to Disney World to set the backdrop for his creative proposal. On New Year’s Day, after a visit to the Florida theme park, Vewiser presented his beloved with a photo album filled with pics from their trip…with one very special addition on the last page: a photo of an engagement ring. “He immediately got down on one knee and expressed his love for me, and how our love has grown over the years,” notes the bride. The pair sealed the deal in front of 240 friends and family, Tiesha in a beautiful lace mermaid gown from Parvani Vida, with a gorgeous boho chic wedding designed and decorated by Plants N’ Petals. The Houston floral firm brought Tiesha’s vision of vivid hues and flower crowns to life. “I wanted to use bright colors for the flower arrangements and not the typical ‘wedding colors,'” the bride says. “We both agreed bright colors matched our relationship and vivid personalities so we wanted to incorporate that in our wedding.” In addition to the fabulous decor, the newlyweds and their guests enjoyed delicious offerings from Houston’s Café Natalie Catering which included chicken parmesan, salmon, roasted vegetables and garlic mashed potatoes. After a night of dancing and fun, the festivities ended off with an incredible fireworks display. “Our wedding was everything we wanted and more, truly a blessing from God and a dream come true!”
“Boho Chic Wedding By Plants N’ Petals” Photography: JF Studioz; Spotlight Vendors – Rehearsal Dinner: Pine Forest Country Club | Catering: Café Natalie Catering | Cake: Wedding Cakes By Tammy Allen | Flowers & Decor: Plants N’ Petals | Gown & MOB Attire: Parvani Vida Bridal & Formal
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Have your cake and eat it too…at least when it comes to your wedding day! Your cake will ideally fit with your theme, decor and venue, which makes it extremely important you choose the right bakery. When picking a bakery, check for reputable experience in creating custom wedding cakes. To make your search easier, choose any one of these expert bakers for a custom cake your guests will rave about long after your big day.
Custom wedding cakes are a specialty for Susie’s Cakes & Confections. Here couples can choose from traditional white multi-tiered cakes to personalized cakes with intricate hand-painted designs. With decadent flavors including Italian Crème, Grand Marnier and Butter Kahlua, Susie’s cakes are just as delicious as they look, making them a favorite with Houston couples. Click here to read the rest of this post »
With a background in fine arts and mural painting, and a master’s degree in psychology, San Francisco based wedding cake designer Jasmine de Lung, of Jasmine Rae Cakes, brings a wholly unique vision to wedding-cake design.
Weddings in Houston: How does your formal fine-arts training come into play in your cake artistry?
Jasmine de Lung: In every way. As I’ve trained culinary students to make cakes, it’s clear to me how much of what I do is informed by my prior art education: mixing color, composition, sculpting, etc. I use my art training at every moment I’m working on a cake. Click here to read the rest of this post »