A Romantic Black-Tie Wedding at Corinthian Houston

The bride and groom smiling for the camera.
Photo: Stephania Campos | Venue: Corinthian Houston | Florals + Decor: Plants N’ Petals | Cake: Susie’s Cakes

Cortney and Garrison’s love story began as the typical rom-com plot; they constantly bumped into each other at mutual friends’ gatherings. The bride┬ásays, “These interactions were always enjoyable but largely platonic. If you asked Garrison, he’d say he was biding his time.”

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Fairytale Ballroom Wedding at Omni Houston Hotel

The bride and groom smiling at their reception at Omni Houston Hotel.
Photo: Kate Elizabeth Photography | Venue: Omni Houston Hotel

Jamie and George met unconventionally; through their siblings, who were also in love. After just one weekend, George knew Jamie was special, and the rest was history.

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A Romantic + Sentimental Wedding at The Corinthian Houston

Groom in a white tuxedo jacket holds a bride in a Galia Lahav gown on the streets of downtown Houston on their wedding day at the corinthian houston.
Photographer: Ama by Aisha | Venue: Corinthian Houston

This couple’s story could have been plucked straight from the pages of a romance novel. Ashley and Cory first crossed paths at The University of Texas at Austin, but life and circumstances kept them apart. It wasn’t until they swiped right on the Bumble dating app that they finally met and discovered they had 37 mutual Facebook friends. Then, the two realized they had much in common over a taco date, and their love story began.

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Chinoiserie-Inspired Wedding Reception at the Petroleum Club of Houston

The groom looking at the bride as she smiles in her white satin gown and veil.
Photo: Courtney Leigh Photography | Venue: Petroleum Club of Houston

Taylor and Robert grew up in Beaumont, Texas, but their story didn’t begin until years later in Houston when they ended up on a road trip together. “After an eight-hour drive turned into a twelve-hour drive, with lots of traffic and road closures, we had great conversations, lots of laughs and truly enjoyed each other’s company. It was that trip that made us realize that we wanted to spend more time together.”

Robert proposed to Taylor on Christmas Eve with all her family present and even had the family dog, Bourbon, help out.

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