Houston wedding expert Shari Costigan of Events de Luxe evokes the timeless traditions of the South, with this ivory and gold styled shoot featuring fellow Weddings In Houston partners Sandlewood Manor, Civic Photos and Cakes by Gina. The vintage Southern wedding charm of this plantation-inspired Houston wedding venue comes to life through lush ivory flowers paired with gold-trimmed tableware, shimmering sequins and dramatic pops of black. A classic Southern wedding venue, tons of black and gold wedding decor accents, and a backdrop of picturesque scenery make for a perfect wedding celebration. Want to bring the same level of Southern sophistication to your own big day? Reach out to our spotlight Houston vendors, and make sure to let them know you found them on Weddings in Houston—Houston’s go-to resource for everything wedding!
Nikki and Garrett were best friends in high school, but it wasn’t until years later when their romance began. “We met back up in our hometown in 2012 over Christmas break and the rest is history!” Nikki says. Following a romantic proposal on the Austin 360 Bridge, the couple gathered 150 of their closest family and friends to seal their union of love in an elegant ceremony. For their luxe Chateau Cocomar wedding, the pair opted for a dazzling array of sparkling crystals, white florals and gold accents–including an “OMG!” cake from Cakes By Gina. As for fairytale wedding setting Chateau Cocomar, “The venue was everything I could have imaged for my special day,” recalls the bride. “There are no words to describe my amazing wedding, you have to see pictures!” We couldn’t agree more…so check ’em out here. And join us in wishing a lifetime of happiness to this sweet couple! Click here to read the rest of this post »
Our favorite unique wedding cakes are cakes that give a nod to tradition, but with a brilliant creative twist.
Houston wedding bakery Cakes By Gina is one of the city’s top experts in unique wedding cakes. That’s because they turn out cakes for style-minded couples who want the very best in both aesthetic appeal and decadent flavor. This top Houston wedding bakery’s cakes are in high demand for super-elegant, formal weddings. But they’re just as popular among edgier couples with a taste for…the unusual.
A bit of Cakes By Gina history for y’all:
Launched in 2003, Cakes By Gina started as a small Houston bakery with a passionate cake-maker at its helm. In 2008, after winning over scores of Houston wedding couples with her extraordinary wedding cake designs, Gina Guttierez moved her operations to bigger digs. But she’s maintained her personalized relationships with the countless couples who seek out her expertise.
Looking for a stunning wedding cake and/or a sculpted, themed groom’s cake that’ll have your guests saying, “WOW”?
Schedule your Cakes By Gina appointment to create your own “I can’t believe my eyes” cakes and elegant specialty wedding desserts. Gina and her crew are eager to hear from you, and help you turn your decadent cake dreams into dazzling cake reality!
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 »
Former high-school friends Andrea and Matt went their separate ways after school–Matt to the Marines, Andrea to college then to work on a cruise ship. And it wasn’t until a full 14 years later that they reconnected at the funeral for a mutual friend’s father, and discovered they had both relocated to Houston. After hanging out casually for awhile, Matt finally worked up the courage to ask Andrea out on a “real” date. “He really had some game!” Andrea recounts, noting that her future husband was “a true Southern gentleman.” Showing up each time “in a spotless, freshly washed truck, he picked me up for concerts, dinners out, movies, and he even sent me flowers!” she says. While finding time to plan their wedding was the biggest challenge for attorney Andrea and mechanical engineer Matt, they managed to pull off the celebration of a lifetime at The Astorian. Surrounded by a rich, wintry wedding color palette of burgundy, navy and gold, the pair and their 220 guests feasted on fried-oyster nachos, stuffed pork tenderloin and mascarpone mashed potatoes from Cordúa Catering, along with a six-tier bride’s cake and a U.S. Marine-theme groom’s cake, both from Cakes By Gina. We’re grateful to newlyweds Andrea and Matt for sharing their burgundy and gold winter wedding, and their love story, with us. Thanks, too, to Ama By Aisha for the lovely photos of Andrea and Matt’s burgundy and gold winter wedding celebration!