Oh la la, darlings… THIS just hit newsstands, and already the love is pouring in! We welcome you to share, post, comment and enjoy our dazzler of a December cover, right along with us…and join us in thanking the amazing crew behind this gorgeous shot:
Photo: Larry Fagala Photography
Floral Headpiece: Dream Bouquet
Jewelry: Donoho’s Jewellers
Hair: Dennis Clendennen
Makeup: Victoria Callaway
It’s here, it’s gorgeous, it’s 400+ pages of the finest Houston wedding resources, design inspiration, bridal couture, ceremony and reception options, planning tips, etiquette advice and Houston Real Weddings you could possibly imagine. So stop imagining. Get out there, and get yourself a copy TODAY. Weddings at Houston magazine is available at newsstands, wedding venues and fine Houston bridal salons and retailers across the city.
Oh—and remember: Check the exhibitor list for the upcoming I Do! Bridal Soiree coming to the Royal Sonesta Houston on Sunday, Jan. 26 at 1 p.m. That incredibly talented vendor whose fine abilities are showcased in your copy of Weddings in Houston is very likely to be in attendance, just waiting to meet you in person and make your wedding dreams come true! Tickets WILL SELL OUT, so get yours while you still can.
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Photo: Larry Fagala ~ Gown: Ines Di Santo gown from Belle Mariee Bridal ~ Couture Mask: Cathy Rascoe ~ Earrings: Neiman Marcus ~ Ring: Tootises ~ Bouquet: Arteflora ~ Location: The Corinthian ~ Styling: Summar Salah ~ Hair & Makeup: The Perfect Face ~ Model: Neal Hamil Agency
Don’t let them dimples fool ya. Behind that sweet exterior, that gorgeous Judd Waddell gown, that flawless hair and makeup, beats the heart of a hunter. As photographer Steve Lee explains, “During her engagement shoot, Shayla mentioned she likes to hunt and that she might bring her shotgun to the bridal. I wasn’t sure if she was kidding, but to my surprise, she did bring it!” And boy did it make for some seriously stunning shots. Um, as in, photos. Sure, Lee had to scout something fierce to find a downtown spot far away from the eyes of potentially freaked-out onlookers (not to mention keeping clear of cops), but as a fine art photographer who makes it his job to get the perfect shot, that’s precisely what he did. Congratulations, Shayla, and kudos to you for making your bridal session your very own! How about y’all? What personal item(s) would you bring to your bridal shoot to make it a reflection of your unique you-ness? Let us know!
Photos: Steve Lee Weddings ~ Bride’s Dresss: Judd Waddell from Mia Bridal Couture ~ Hair & Makeup: Hilda Kershman