Chandler, a dancer, always gave Stephen, a singer and songwriter,a hard time because he had never written a song about her. Untilone day the song Chandler had patiently been waiting for, finallygot written, and played, when Stephen proposed to her. Chandlersays the biggest challenge they faced while planning their weddingwas having to plan it all in just three months, but they pulled it offbeautifully at Briscoe Manor! Notes the bride: “We wanted ourwedding to be big and have all of our close family and friends thereto celebrate us, but we also wanted it to be simple and elegant. Itwas a beautiful combination of both of those things.”
Following aserene ceremony in Briscoe Manor’s limestone chapel, the couplejoined 275 guests for an energetic reception where the brideand her dad surprised their guests with a choreographed dance!Favorite moments for the bride included, “Getting ready with allof my favorite girls, seeing Stephen for the first time as I walkeddown the aisle, dancing with my dad and getting to celebrate onthe dance floor with everyone we love so much.”
Keep scrolling and join us in celebrating this beautiful Houston couple’s simple elegant wedding at Briscoe Manor, wonderfully captured by Emily Figurelli Photography. Congratulations, Chandler & Stephen!
On date nights, Jessica and Sy would watch Masterchef and came to love the winner of season one, Whitney Miller. So what better way to propose to Jessica than to ask their favorite Masterchef winner for help? After Sy received a personalized video from Whitney, the proposal all came together during a family beach trip. “Mrs. Slater had her laptop open and called me over and said ‘Come watch this video,’” recounts Jessica. “I recognized who it was and thought, ‘Oh fun it’s Whitney from Masterchef!’ But then she said my name and that Sy had something to ask me. I was in shock! Then Sy grabbed my hands, told me he loves me, and asked me to marry him. Of course, I said yes!”
For their summer wedding, Jessica and Sy chose the sprawling green grounds of The Estates at Pecan Park for a timeless wedding celebration. The couple exchanged vows in a sun-drenched outdoor ceremony where Jessica’s favorite moment was seeing her groom at the altar. The newlyweds took full advantage of the venue’s blank-slate ballroom and large windows to create a bright and airy reception enhanced by a delicate wedding palette of grey, white, gold and eucalyptus.
We invite you to celebrate this sweet young couple’s timeless summer wedding at The Estates at Pecan Park, along with us, by scrolling through dreamy images from Amy Maddox Photography. Congratulations, Jessica & Sy!
Houston wedding photographer David, of DC Stanley Photography approaches weddings in his own unique and artistic way. David aims to capture images in a way that highlights the inherent connection between a couple and their love. Having shot weddings for over 10 years, there is no photography style David cannot deliver. From classic and romantic to light and airy, he can capture your wedding in the style that best fits your needs. See David’s versatile photography style for yourself in this Texas Hill Country wedding featured below!
An online dating success story, Marka and Adam first met through OkCupid. Although their first in-person date over coffee seemed rather low-key, sparks flew as the couple commenced talking for hours. And just like that, the connection of a lifetime was made. The couple decided to keep things simple for their nuptials, celebrating with 28 of their closest family and friends in Moran, Wy. Against the awe-inspiring view of the Teton Range, Marka and Adam exchanged their vows. “It stopped raining right as our ceremony began,” notes the bride. Following the ceremony, guests were treated to an intimate wild-game feast including buffalo filet mignon, elk and trout. “My favorite moment was getting our closest friends and family into the middle of nowhere to enjoy the beautiful surroundings…with lots of alcohol,” laughs Marka. Feast your eyes on this lovely couple’s festivities, captured in images by fine Houston wedding photography studio Civic Photos!
Who says work romances do not end well? Christina and James prove just the opposite. The pair met at work, when James was tasked with training his future-bride-to-be for his old position following a promotion. This turned out to be a life-changing encounter. After a whirlwind two-month romance, James proposed, knowing he had found the one. As avid fans of the Houston Astros, James surprised Christina with a custom Heidi Gibson ring at Minute Maid Park during the Astros’ Holiday at the Park event. With 45 guests, the pair held an intimate outdoor ceremony under the gazebo at The Bryan Museum in Galveston. “We wanted a minimalist look, showcasing the commitment we wanted to make to each other,” the bride says. The celebration continued their celebration amidst the quaint elegance of the museum’s glass-enclosed conservatory. Christina and James show just how unexpected true love can be. Best wishes to this adorable couple!