Chinoiserie-Inspired Wedding Reception at the Petroleum Club of Houston

The groom looking at the bride as she smiles in her white satin gown and veil.
Photo: Courtney Leigh Photography | Venue: Petroleum Club of Houston

Taylor and Robert grew up in Beaumont, Texas, but their story didn’t begin until years later in Houston when they ended up on a road trip together. “After an eight-hour drive turned into a twelve-hour drive, with lots of traffic and road closures, we had great conversations, lots of laughs and truly enjoyed each other’s company. It was that trip that made us realize that we wanted to spend more time together.”

Robert proposed to Taylor on Christmas Eve with all her family present and even had the family dog, Bourbon, help out.

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A Classic Black and White Fête at The Bell Tower on 34th

Groom and bride smile outside of their wedding venue, The Bell Tower on 34th.
Photo: Franny Pullin Photography | Venue: The Bell Tower on 34th

Isabela and John Michael grew up in Houston, where they attended the same school and church. However, the pair didn’t start dating until the end of their senior year of high school when Isabella was deciding where to go for college. The bride says, “I went to the A&M vs. Baylor tennis match that he was also at, and the rest is history!”

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Blush and Ivory Autumn Wedding

The bride and groom smiling on a bridge at their blush and ivory autumn wedding.
Photo: Mackenzie Reiter Photography | Cake: Susie’s Cakes | Wedding Transportation: Monarch British Limousines | Engagement Venue: The Houstonian Hotel Club and Spa

Amy, a native Houstonian, moved to Washington D.C. for a job in 2018, where she met Chad the first weekend she lived there. The couple took their relationship slowly but fell in love and got engaged two years later at the Houstonian Hotel Club and Spa. Amy says, “We walked into the lobby to admire the decorations when Chad walked out from behind their massive 20-foot Christmas tree. Amid my shock, he managed to walk me outside beneath the Houstonian’s famous hundreds-year-old, light-wrapped oak tree and popped the question! He didn’t so much make it down to one knee before I took his face in my hands and squealed, ‘yes!'” Click here to read the rest of this post »

Bloom-Filled Indian Fusion Wedding at Hyatt Lost Pines

A smiling bride and groom holding hands underneath a floral Mandap on their wedding day at Hyatt Lost Pines in Bastrop, TX.
Photo: MNM Photography | Venue: Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa

Ashley and Ronak celebrated their love with a bloom-filled Indian fusion wedding at the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa. Inspired by Indian traditions, a live dhol player, colorful Indian attire and cultural Indian wedding rituals, their wedding was nothing short of spectacular.

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