Easton and Morghann met in 2012 while Morghann was attending college in Arizona. However, their time together in Arizona was brief because Morghann moved back to Texas to be closer to her family. After six months of a long-distance relationship, Easton visited Morghann for her birthday…and never left! Eight years and a romantic proposal later, Morghann walked down a custom monogrammed white aisle runner to say ‘I do’ to Easton amidst 185 loved ones.
For the reception, the couple added an edgy, modern touch to their venue’s french setting, with a bold palette of black and neutral tones and many personal touches.“There were so many touches to personalize the guest experience,” says the bride. “We had a black-tie event and everyone loved being able to dress up for the night and have a wonderful night out.” The celebratory evening concluded with the newlyweds exiting under a shower of sparklers then enjoying a spectacular fireworks display.“The firework show was a special moment we loved sharing with our guests!”
Join us in swooning over this black and neutral modern wedding stunningly captured by Ama By Aisha. Congratulations, Morghann & Easton!
Temperatures may be dropping in Texas, but this minimalistic terracotta styled shoot by Amy Maddox Photography is sure to warm you up!
An earthy palette of terracotta tones with indigo accents set the mood while natural elements of dried palm leaves, pampas grass, and bright florals add a bohemian touch. The warm details are carried through into the intimate table setting by Your Butler’s Pantry with its cobalt-toned dinnerware and vintage glass goblets paired with gold flatware. This tablescape is perfect for the boho bride looking for an intimate, natural table setting with a modern twist!
The minimalist theme continues in the three-tier, white, modern and sculptural wedding cake with delicate arches by Susie’s Cakes. Photographer Amy Maddox captures the glowing bride in a simple, strapless wedding gown from Modern Affinity in natural light. The earthy palette makes its way outdoors to the unique terracotta inspired altar featuring a dramatic painted orange-hued backdrop and dried florals.
Scroll down and enjoy this minimalistic terracotta styled shoot captured by Houston wedding photographer Amy Maddox in her signature bright and airy photography style. We love it and so will you…Check out more of her work here and schedule a consultation today!
When famed event designer Todd Fiscus, of Todd Events (with locations in Dallas and Houston), tied the knot with longtime love Ceron–he of the renowned eponymous Houston hair salon–you better believe the pair, and their delighted guests, celebrated in supremely chic style. The couple’s New Year’s Eve wedding, held in Manhattan’s Glasshouses (an ultra-cool glass-walled venue overlooking the city’s nighttime sparkle), was an intimate affair for 100 beloved guests. But the event itself was most definitely grand, with its floral entranceway, gleaming black taper candles, accents of gold and crystal, and, apropos of the holiday, plenty of Champagne and caviar. We wish the newlyweds a lifetime of happiness, and are so thrilled to have Todd Events as a Weddings in Houston partner. Congratulations, Todd and Ceron!