Pink, White And Creams Classic Wedding By Plants N’ Petals

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Photo: David Bates – Chris Bailey Photography | Flowers, Decor + Rentals: Plants N’ Petals

With a mutual love of exploring small Texas towns, Amy and Jayce set out to visit Navasota to celebrate Jayce graduating from Texas A&M University. The trip became a celebration in more ways than one when they got to the front door of St. Paul’s Episcopal church and found a piece of wood on the ground. Jayce insisted Amy pick it up, and she did, “When I did, the sign read ‘New historical marker: Jayce Thomas Gates asks Amy Lane Surles to be his wife’,” recalls Amy. Of course, she said yes!

The couple’s wedding was a grand and elegant affair with décor expertly designed by floral design firm Plants N’ Petals. Notes the bride: “The color palette was light and airy with shades of wonderful pinks, cream and chartreuse green with accents of gold. The combination of over-the-top and grand tall florals on square tables, round cocktail tables with low lush florals and candles, and luxurious gold velvet lounge furniture came together to complete a perfect modern and classic cocktail-style reception look.” For the groom, Susie’s Cakes hit it out of the park with a show-stopping groom’s cake of Minute Maid Park. And it was only fitting for surprise guest Orbit, the Astros mascot, to help cut the cake! The unforgettable night concluded with the newlyweds exiting beneath a shower of rose petals, before speeding away in a vintage Rolls Royce.

Join us in swooning over this beautiful pink, white and creams classic wedding by Plants N’ Petals. Congratulations, Amy & Jayce!

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White, Gold And Black Classic Wedding By Stephania Campos

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Photo: Stephania Campos Photography

After finding their vendors at Weddings In Houston’s I Do! Soiree in 2019, high school sweethearts and soulmates, Brittan and Grant chose the chic, modern Hotel ZaZa Houston Museum District for their elegant fall wedding.

The couple celebrated their nuptials in iconic ZaZa style, surrounded by a timeless palette of white, gold and black. “Our wedding was very classic; white flowers, gold touches and a mixture of dark effects from the ZaZa Phantom Ballroom flooring,” notes the bride. “The hallway had portraits of us lining the walls—a ZaZa touch that we loved!” A delicious meal and cake with Bavarian cream filling by Susie’s Cakes fueled the newlyweds and their 225 guests for an evening of dancing on a black and white striped dance floor beneath an enormous chandelier.

We’re so happy to feature this sweet Houston couple and their gorgeous white, gold and black classic wedding, beautifully captured by Stephania Campos. Congratulations, Brittan & Grant!

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A Love Story: An Enchanting Wedding Shoot At Iron Manor

Photo: Ama By Aisha | Venue: Iron Manor

Been dreaming of a fairytale wedding? For the bride who loves all things magical and enchanting, we have a beautiful styled shoot to inspire your path down the aisle.

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Vibrant Garden-Themed Styled Shoot At Heather’s Glen

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Photo: Blanca Duran Photography | Venue: Heather’s Glen | Florals + Decor: Kirksey Gregg Productions | Gown: Belle Âme Bridal

If you’re looking for romantic outdoor micro wedding inspiration, look no further than this vibrant garden-themed styled shoot at Heather’s Glen!

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Minimalistic Terracotta Styled Shoot By Amy Maddox Photography

Photo: Amy Maddox Photography | Gown: Modern Affinity

Temperatures may be dropping in Texas, but this minimalistic terracotta styled shoot by Amy Maddox Photography is sure to warm you up!

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