Romantic City Wedding With Red and Ivory Florals

The bride and groom hold hands and smile at each other outside of JW Marriott Downtown Houston. The groom has a ruby red boutonniere.
Photo: RaeTay Photography | Engagement Party: The Houstonian Hotel Club & Spa | Cake: Susie’s Cakes

After a lively night of dancing at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, Jennifer and Edgar knew that they were meant to be together. 

Edgar proposed on his knee beneath the iconic oak tree at The Houstonian, its sparkling branches creating a warm and romantic glow. After Jennifer said yes, she was surprised with a celebratory engagement party with family and friends in attendance.   Click here to read the rest of this post »

Classic Monochromatic Wedding Nestled in Downtown Houston

Bride and groom walk across the street in Downtown Houston during the day.
Photo: Alicia Yarrish | Flowers: Plants N’ Petals | Jewelry: Zadok Jewelers

Seth proposed to Marla four years after they first met at Houston’s Day for Night music festival. The proposal happened during their annual tradition of seeing the iconic River Oaks Christmas Lights. Seth revealed a stunning center-cut diamond ring from Zadok Jewelers and asked the big question. Shortly after, the planning for their wedding was underway, only to be halted by the pandemic.

“Extending a nine-month engagement to a seventeen-month engagement presented many obstacles. However, navigating through them together helped us as a couple to grow even more,” says Marla. Their vision for the ceremony and reception was minimalistic and chic. Therefore, the couple went for a classic monochromatic color palette of black, white and gray.

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Black, White, & Blush Industrial Chic Wedding By Scarlet Rose Events

Bride and groom gaze into each other's eyes while holding hands with trees and grass behind them after their wedding ceremony in Spring Branch, Texas.
Photo: Ashley Medrano Photography | Event Planner & Design: Scarlet Rose Events Welcome to Kirsten and Brett’s Industrial chic wedding!

“Brett proposed in the most thoughtful way I could imagine,” explained Kirsten while reminiscing on her sweet San Antonio, Texas engagement. Brett popped the big question in the first place they said, “I love you.” The couple enjoyed the intimate moment together before joining their family and friends for a surprise engagement party at the historic Hotel Emma. Later, Kirsten and Brett would find out her parents spent their honeymoon in the same spot Brett proposed. Then, they began planning their timeless black, white, and blush industrial chic wedding with the expert help of Scarlet Rose Events.

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Ivory & White Storybook Wedding At Corinthian Houston

Bride dances with a groom with her long veil over both their heads in a dimly lit Grand Hall decorated with candlelights, white roses and tall centerpieces at the downtown Houston wedding venue, Corinthian Houston.
Photo: Composure Studios | Venue: Corinthian Houston | Cake: Susie’s Cakes

Sara Witz and Anthony Gair had a storybook wedding on April 17th, 2021 after a casual introduction by a mutual friend at a concert led to a lifelong partnership. After Anthony pulled off an elaborate surprise engagement, the wedding planning began.

The couple chose the historic and stunning Corinthian-Houston for their wedding and reception. The majestic Corinthian columns, gorgeous marble floors and staircase, and the picturesque Grand Hall was the perfect venue for Sara and Anthony’s vision.

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Early Autumn Alfresco Wedding in Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Bride, in long fitted lace white wedding gown and long veil, stands forehead to forehead with a groom, wearing a black suit, in front of an altar created from golden-leafed aspens beside the Snake River in a Jackson Hole wedding ceremony.
Photo: Ama By Aisha

Shannon and Austin both have a deep appreciation for good food and great company. That is, after all, what brought the pair together! In 2015, Austin was working as a Chef at Tony’s when a beautiful blonde he’d never seen before found her way to the kitchen. After working side-by-side for the day, they went their separate ways until a year later when they reconnected at a Houston bar. Austin’s friend struck up a conversation with one of Shannon’s friends, and Shannon recognized Austin but couldn’t pinpoint where from. “He said he was a chef and it all clicked. We saw each other for almost every single day after that and haven’t been apart since!” said Shannon.

Then, on a warm, sunny Sunday in June 2019, the inseparable couple went to church and returned home to take their dog, Fennel, to the park. Austin insisted on wearing his church clothes despite Shannon’s concern that he’d be hot and grumpy. But still, he refused to change, instead dropping down on one knee in their backyard to ask the big question. Actually, he forgot to ask, “but that was perfect because he is a man of few words,” said Shannon. Regardless, she said yes and the couple began their wedding planning journey.  Click here to read the rest of this post »