The age-old saying “something old and something new” doesn’t just have to apply to your bridal look! Why not incorporate it into your wedding day décor to inspire the vintage chic wedding of your dreams? This lovely styled shoot at The Carriage House does just that, and we can’t get enough! Amy Maddox Photography and EP Films captured all the delicate details of this shoot, and we’re elated to share it with you. Click here to read the rest of this post »
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7 Must-See Wedding Venues in the Conroe Area
Just 40 miles north of Houston, Conroe, Texas, is surrounded by piney forest and the 22,000-acre Lake Conroe. Conroe is the perfect blend of starry nights and city lights, where relaxation meets adventure. And, in Conroe, there’s something for everyone to enjoy! Stroll through the streets of downtown to shop the variety of stores and boutiques, and stop into one of many delightful breweries for lunch. Looking for a little more adventure? Conroe boasts many great hiking trails thanks to its forest surroundings, or enjoy a day on the water and rent a boat or paddleboard on the lake.
With so much to see and do, Conroe makes the perfect location for a destination wedding. Plus, in Conroe, there’s a wedding venue for every wedding style! From luxurious estates to rustic-chic barns, you’ll be pleasantly surprised that these seven stunning venues are so close to home.
Romantic Blush & Ivory Wedding at Heather’s Glen
Maggie and John love going to the beach, so for her birthday John thought it would be the perfect idea to rent a beach house in Bolivar…and pop the question! Check out their AWESOME “hide-and-seek” proposal story in the upcoming issue of Weddings in Houston Magazine, on newsstands on July 1, 2017. In the meantime, we’ll let you fall in love with pics from their garden-inspired wedding at Heather’s Glen below.
Maggie wore a feminine cap-sleeve Watters gown, while her gal pals wore bridesmaid dresses in different shades of blush.
The lovebirds tied the knot in the venue’s charming garden room. “The room has a beautiful fountain in the center that makes you feel like you’re outside,” says Maggie.
Maggie and John danced the night away with all of their guests, and ended the night with one last kiss underneath sparklers held by their nearest and dearest. Congrats and best wishes to the newlyweds!
Photos: Kasey Lynn Photography | Venue: Heather’s Glen | Rings: Lewis Jewelers