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.

On June 12th, 2021, Marla and Seth pledged their love in front of 120 guests in a historic hotel venue in downtown Houston. For the ceremony, Plants N’ Petals designed an elegant chuppah made out of tall acrylic pillars and classic florals. In addition, pure white cascading orchids and dried Italian Ruscus adorned the chuppah. Overall, the couple’s favorite moment of their wedding day was sharing their vows. “We wrote them ourselves, separately, and we loved how well they mirrored and complemented each other,” Marla said.

For the reception, glowing tealight candles sat in mercury glass votives surrounding the floral centerpieces, which sat on elegant tall glass risers.  The centerpieces had classic white hydrangea, dainty spray roses, and blooming garden roses. A fun-lit neon sign that read “Better Together” hung behind the bride and groom’s seat. After enjoying a buttercream, amaretto and Italian cream cake, guests ended the night with the couple’s “EDM Hour.” Everyone danced to electronic music with custom LED wands before the newlyweds set off to their Hawaiian Honeymoon.

Keep scrolling to see this classic monochromatic real wedding in historic downtown Houston. Congratulations, Marla and Seth!

A photography flat lay with the bride and groom's wedding invitation, menu and envelope in green, black and white. The flat lay also has classic flowers bordering in including white peonies, white roses and Lisianthus.

Sparkling diamond dangle earrings with classic small pearls embellished as well laying on a white peony.

The bride's classic wedding ring and the groom's ring beside each other.

Bride smiles in her white pjs while all her bridesmaids surround her in classic black silk pj's.

Bride and her bridesmaid jump on the bed and laugh before the wedding.

The bride smiles at her mom as she is putting on her white wedding gown.

Bride opening a gift from her dad before the wedding.

The groom smiles at one of his groomsmen as he grabs his shoulders.

The bride is in her white wedding gown smiling and looking down at the floor while her bridesmaids surround her in monochromatic gray dresses and admire her.

The chuppah is decorated with white orchids and greenery.

Bride smiling down as groom says his vows.

Bride and groom kissing before they leave the wedding ceremony.

Bride and groom holding hands and walking in Downtown Houston.

Bride holding up peace signs with her hands and smiling as the groom holds her waist.

Wedding cocktail menu for the bride, groom and their dog.

Bride and groom stand outside the venue in Downtown Houston with all of their bridesmaids and groomsmen. The groom is also holding his dog. The wedding party all wear monochromatic colors of white, gray and black.

Bride and groom are holding hands while the groom holds their dog who is wearing a black tux.

The floral centerpieces are set up in the middle of the tables on classic glass risers with white hydrangea and roses.

The bride and groom's table is decorated with floral centerpieces with white flowers. The backdrop is an ivy wall with a neon sign that says "Better Together."

Bride and groom cut into their classic white, 4-tiered wedding cake while smiling.

Groom's three-tiered cake with classic sports jerseys as each layer.

A milk and cookies sign stands in front of a table with warm cookies and milk for the wedding guests.

Milk and cookies for the wedding guests.

The bride smiling as her wedding guests lift her in a chair at the reception party.

The groom dips the bride on the dance floor while their guests circle them and cheer them on.

Bride and Groom hold hands smiling as they leave the wedding.

“Classic Monochromatic Wedding Nestled in Downtown Houston” Spotlight Houston Vendors – Flowers: Plants N’ Petals | Jewelry: Zadok Jewelers

Contributors: Photo: Alicia Yarrish Photography / Rehearsal Dinner: Grappino di Nino / Bridal Luncheon: Tiny’s No. 5 / Venue: Magnolia Hotel Houston / Wedding Planner: Erin Elizabeth Custom Events / Wedding Cake: Cakes by Gina / Caterer: Magnolia Hotel Houston / Bridal Attire: Ivory Bridal Atelier / Groom Attire: The Black Tux / Wedding Attire Alterations: Laura Couture & Alterations / Makeup + Hair: AH Specialties /  Wedding Party Attire: KF Bridal + The Black Tux / Favors: Tiny’s Milk & Cookies / Invitations + Wedding Stationery: Beacon Lane / Officiant: Rabbi Pamela Silk / Chairs: Aztec Events & Tents

 

 

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