Amy, a native Houstonian, moved to Washington D.C. for a job in 2018, where she met Chad the first weekend she lived there. The couple took their relationship slowly but fell in love and got engaged two years later at the Houstonian Hotel Club and Spa. Amy says, “We walked into the lobby to admire the decorations when Chad walked out from behind their massive 20-foot Christmas tree. Amid my shock, he managed to walk me outside beneath the Houstonian’s famous hundreds-year-old, light-wrapped oak tree and popped the question! He didn’t so much make it down to one knee before I took his face in my hands and squealed, ‘yes!'” Click here to read the rest of this post »
Niku, a News and Traffic Anchor for the San Antonio news station KENS-5 and Geno, who is in the Air Force Special Ops, were total strangers until meeting at a coffee shop in the Alamo City. After exchanging glances, Geno invited Niku to sit with him. Three and a half hours later, they suddenly “noticed the time and were both shocked at how two strangers had such a strong connection,” says Niku.
“If I had a flower for every time I thought of you, I could walk through my garden forever.” – Alfred Tennyson
A Floral Fantasy
Immerse yourself in a romantic and lush garden with an abundance of vibrant flowers taking place in the Campanille Chapel at The Bell Tower on 34th, an elegant venue in the heart of Houston. Click here to read the rest of this post »
Reality TV star, Jordan Kimball, a former contestant on The Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise, met the love of his life, “total rom-com style,” at the LAX airport. Christina, a teacher from Houston, was the one who ultimately stole his heart. They ended up going on a date the same day they met, and after some time, a proposal was in the makes. Jordan booked a photographer on Christmas Eve and planned on proposing during their family photos. The ring arrived just hours before, and Jordan had to drive to FedEx to retrieve it. Overall, his plan worked out, and Christina said yes. “Boy, the look on her face! I got her, literally!” says Jordan.
After a lively night of dancing at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, Jennifer and Edgar knew that they were meant to be together.
Edgar proposed on his knee beneath the iconic oak tree at The Houstonian, its sparkling branches creating a warm and romantic glow. After Jennifer said yes, she was surprised with a celebratory engagement party with family and friends in attendance. Click here to read the rest of this post »