When Kyle and Ali met through a mutual friend in 2018, they shared an instant connection. Later in June 2021, Kyle surprised Ali on her birthday with a beautiful floral arrangement and a romantic proposal. The evening continued with a special celebration with the couple’s friends and loved ones.
Tag: Houston Wedding Venue
A Whimsical and Romantic Wedding Editorial at Royal Oaks Country Club
The Tuscan-inspired architecture of Royal Oaks Country Club was the perfect canvas for this wedding editorial, artfully captured by Painted Peacock Photography. The shoot was inspired by the wedding of childhood sweethearts who never lost their whimsical imaginations and playfulness, creating a sweet, romantic and dreamy scene.
Romantic Ballroom Wedding At The Post Oak Hotel At Uptown
Julianna and Stephen’s love story began six years ago at the Heights White Linen Night in Houston and led to a romantic proposal at sunset on Jade mountain in St. Lucia.
Click here to read the rest of this post »
Ivory Blooms Fill This Whimsical Wedding at The Peach Orchard Venue
Before their whimsical wedding at The Peach Orchard, it all started in 2016 when Lesly was offered a position at Abercrombie which she turned down due to the long commute. Laziz ironically accepted it while she started work at another location. A year later, their districts combined, and Laziz was asked to fill in for Lesly while she was on vacation. “I needed someone to fill in for me while I was out for two weeks – and out of many, it was [Laziz] who was chosen. [He] should have been gone the day I was back, but they asked [him] to stay one more day…and that’s all it took. Timing is everything & it’s always been [Laziz].” Lesly says.
Two Medical Pros Have An Enchanting Greenery-Filled Wedding
Four years ago, Madison, a nurse practitioner from Seattle, and Emmanuel, a doctor from Ecuador, met at the MD Anderson Cancer Center. After just a few dates, Madison knew she had found her “McDreamy.” A proposal followed on a beautiful evening at a beach in Mexico, with a radiant sunset as the backdrop.
The couple planned for their wedding to be in February 2020, but as you can imagine, for two medical pros working at the largest cancer center in the U.S. during the pandemic, their wedding plans came to a halt. “We made the difficult decision to delay our wedding to not only keep our family and friends safe but also the patients we work with at the cancer center,” Madison says.