Tropical Havana Wedding Inspiration by Kristen Giles Photography

Photo: Kristen Giles Photography | Rentals: Decor by Dulce

It’s heartwarming to see authentic emotion and connections between people within a photo. So for Kristen of Kristen Giles Photography, capturing that feeling is her main focus. As a native Texan, she started her business in 2016 and believes that photography is a form of visual storytelling, and she prides herself in making sure all the emotions you feel on your big day will happily come back to the surface every time you look back at the photos.

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City Chic Wedding Shoot at Hyatt Regency by Naheeda Spencer Photography

Bride holding groom's face with gold background, lush hot pink and blush florals and lit LED sign which reads, "Happily Ever After".
Photo: Naheeda Spencer Photography | Venue: Hyatt Regency Houston | Event Designer + Florals: Mod Effect Events | Gown: Kary King Boutique | Jewelry: Shaftel Diamonds | Cake: Marblelous Cakes | Makeup + Hair: Janelle Alexis Salon | Videography: EP Films | Invitations: Bering’s

Imagine celebrating your big day surrounded by loved ones under the twinkling lights of downtown Houston’s dazzling skyline. If a city chic wedding close to home sounds like #weddinggoals, let this breathtaking styled shoot at the Hyatt Regency Houston by Naheeda Spencer Photography inspire you!

The Wedding Décor

The wedding theme begins with adorable yet classy floral-inspired wedding invitations by Bering’s. Then, the vibrant color pallet of fuchsia, purple, blush pink, and gold beautifully crafted by the team at Mod Effect Events stuns at the recently renovated Hyatt in the heart of the city. This luxurious hotel is the ultimate setting for your modern wedding! Our styled shoot is set in the hotel’s garden and makes for a classy cocktail hour or small reception. Plus, the breathtaking city views provide a picture-perfect backdrop for guests and newlyweds alike.

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Black And Neutral Modern Wedding By Ama By Aisha

bride, groom, black, neutral, roses, bridal bouquet, black suit, ama by aisha
Photo: Ama By Aisha

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!

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Lush White, Ivory & Gray Houston Wedding By Plants N’ Petals

Bride in strapless gown holding hands with groom in suit outside their wedding venue in Houston, Texas.
Photo: Joey T Photography | Florals + Decor: Plants N’ Petals | Invitations: Bering’s | Jewelry: Zadok Jewelers

After spending their first date in a yoga class, Keri and Michael decided to take their next outing to get to know each other better while strolling through Houston’s Buffalo Bayou Park. A date well spent, and a gorgeous Houston sunset later, the fitness-and-outdoors lovers decided to meet again… the very next day. Little did they know that Houston’s natural beauty would play into every major milestone they celebrated next.

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