Houston couple Tristan and Rachel, captured by the lens of Civic Photos, are engagement shoot #goals, pure and simple. This beautiful-inside-and-out Houston pair (he’s an academic director, she’s an MBA candidate and former Miss Texas) chose The Post Oak Hotel for their engagement photography session–AND for their upcoming nuptials!–and took full advantage of the luxury property’s many amazing spaces as backdrops. Collaborating closely with his subjects, as he does for with each unique wedding couple he shoots, photographic artist Barett Henry, owner of Civic Photos, brought out the romance and joy radiating from the to-be-weds. Some images are cool and sophisticated, some are flirtatious and playful (that smile, Tristan…no wonder Rachel is crazy about you!!), and some are downright…fire. It’s the perfect union of couple, location and photographer. And it’s the perfect example of the magic that happens when two joyfully in love people allow their hearts to shine through each moment, and each pose. Join us in congratulating Tristan and Rachel on their engagement, and join us on the journey through this gorgeous Civic Photos engagement shoot! Click here to read the rest of this post »
Here’s the thing: Registering for your wedding should be as much fun as HAVING your wedding. But for many couples, that’s just not the case.
Well, we want to make sure that you, dear Weddings in Houston bride and groom, have the time of your lives creating the gift list of a lifetime. That’s why we are so excited to partner with iconic Houston retailer Bering’s on their semi-annual Bubbles & Bites event! Join us, along with Bering’s wedding gift registry and wedding invitation experts, on Thursday, Oct. 3 from 5-7 p.m. for an evening of bubbles and bites (like the name says)…along with registry planning advice, wedding stationery and invitation selections, and gift options galore. Dreaming of the home entertaining you’ll do as newlyweds? Bering’s has cookware, dinnerware, glassware, serving pieces and table linens for every occasion and every lifestyle. Love to spend time outdoors grillin’ and chillin’ with friends and family? Bering’s has the best in barbecue accessories, patio decor and furniture, and climate control devices to ensure al fresco entertaining in total comfort. Eager to hit the road (or sail the seas or take flight) with your new spouse? You’ll find amazing travel gear and accessories at Bering’s, including fine luggage, beach gear, travel hammocks, backpacks and more! And at Bubbles & Bites, you’ll get a chance to experience these goods and goodies in person, in a celebratory setting, with full VIP treatment and $$$ raffle prizes. Make sure to RSVP now for next Thursday evening’s post-work Bubbles & Bites bash, at Bering’s on Westheimer. About that giveaway, now…
To celebrate Bubbles & Bites, and get the whole gift-giving thing rolling along, we’re partnering with Bering’s on an awesome $300 Michael Aram giveaway!!
Revered for his nature-inspired, craft-based designs, Michael Aram is a huge name in luxury dinnerware and barware, home decor and tabletop accessories, and a huge favorite on wedding gift registry lists around the globe. You’ll see lots of lovely Michael Aram pieces when you attend Bering’s Bubbles & Bites on Oct. 3. But before you do, be sure to hop over to our Insta and enter to win a curated trio of Michael Aram creations for your home. We’ll announce our winner live at the Bubbles & Bites event…wouldn’t it be awesome if it were your name we called out?? Good luck, loves, and we’ll see you at Bering’s B&B!
Though there are countless advantages to hotels as wedding venues, here are the top reasons to have a hotel wedding in Houston. We’re sure they’ll have you signing up pronto to tour Houston’s hottest wedding hotels!
1.THE HOTEL WEDDING OPTIONS IN HOUSTON ARE ENDLESS…AND AMAZING.
As one of the nation’s top destination cities, Houston is rich in hotel options for every kind of couple, and every kind of wedding. You’ll need to decide on a few basics before you begin your wedding hotel search: Click here to read the rest of this post »