A Black & White Wedding at The Bell Tower on 34th

Bride smiling with the groom smiling at her while resting his hand on her shoulder.
Photo: Erika Geier Photography | Venue: The Bell Tower on 34th

Mia and Braden became best friends during their sophomore year of high school and were together practically daily.  Their college apartments while attending Texas A&M were five doors apart. But at a date party, Braden confessed to a shocked Mia that he had feelings for her – which was a relief to Mia as she had the same feelings!  Neither had wanted to ruin a great friendship. 

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A Love For Art and Museums Led to an Elegant Wedding at Rice University

A groom resting his head on the brides cheek as her veil flows in the wind and she is holding a bouquet of white flowers.
Photo: Amy Maddox Photography | Cakes: Cakes by Gina

In 2018, Starr and Nathan’s paths crossed through mutual friends right before Starr moved to Boston. Their bond strengthened over time, and Starr moved back to Houston, leading them to start a small business together during the pandemic.

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A Glam Winter Wedding in Galveston by Erika Geier Photography

The bride and groom smiling on a balcony at the Grand Galvez.
Photo: Erika Geier Photography | Guest Accommodations: Grand Galvez

From junior high school sweethearts to newlyweds, Abigail and Ryan’s love story spans 12 years and counting.

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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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