Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Congratulations Joe and Jody

This day was definitely meant to be. After a week of torrential rains and flooded streets, Joe and Jody’s wedding was bathed in beautiful sunshine. The colors for this Wedding were sage green, light hydrangea blue, and silver. The feel of the day was pretty and summery. The tables had floor length white table cloths and the centerpieces were Mason jars with flowers. There were burlap runners on the cake and head tables, and they tied in with the vintage, summery feel of the Reception.

Jody’s gown and headpiece tied in perfectly with the theme. Her ivory strapless gown had a beautiful overlay of lace. Her cage veil headpiece was held in place with an ivory rosette. Joe and his guys looked great in their grey suits and sage green ties. The bouquets featured blue hydrangea and white roses and the handles were wrapped with burlap, tied with raffia.

So in love!

Jody’s three-tiered white cake had pretty hydrangeas as the topper and Joe’s cake had the UH mascot on top. Go Coogs!! The couple also had a great way of displaying their growing up photos: they were pinned to twine with tiny clothes pins, and the twine was wrapped around a burlap covered board.

For their exit, the Newlyweds ran though a shower of bubbles and drove off in a fully restored ’55 Chevy. How cool is that!! Congratulations Joe and Jody and we hope you’re enjoying your Jamaican Honeymoon!

Venue: Trinity Episcopal Church
Photography: Shannon Langman Photography
Cakes: Lindy’s Country Cupboard

Friday, July 13, 2012

Come Visit us at a Bridal Open House!

Bridal Open House!

Come visit with us and meet other great vendors

Sunday, July 15, 2012
2:00 - 5:00


Hilton Garden Inn Sugar Land
722 Bonaventure Way

RSVP to: Kavitha 281-325-5904
or just drop by.
We hope to see you there!

Sunday, July 8, 2012

Congratulations Brad and Emily

This was a gorgeous, elegant, and fun Reception. The colors were teal and coral/pink. The tables had ivory floor length cloths and the centerpieces of pink, ivory, and coral flowers were amazing! The Bridal Party wore teal blue floor-length gowns, and we had 10 blue uplights around the room to tie it all in together.

After the First Dance and dinner, we moved on to the toasts and cake cutting. Emily’s four tiered white cake was elegant and perfect for their day. Brad’s chocolate UT cake was loved by all the UT fans in the room. The Father/Daughter and Mother/Son dances followed, and then, to get the dancing started, we had an Anniversary Dance. The longest married couple in the room had been married 64 years. Then, it was full on party time!

Every once in a while I’ll say the guests danced from the first song to the last, and I never say it if it isn’t true. This was another one of those dancing crowds.

Most of the time there were more people on the dance floor than there were in their seats. All ages loved to dance to every type of music. What a blast!

After a night of fun and dancing, the evening came to a close and the Newlyweds made their exit. Congratulations Brad and Emily!

Venue: The Houstonian
Photography: Christina Carroll
Videography: AGB Productions
Cake: Susie’s Cakes
Flowers: Flowers by Lisa

Sunday, July 1, 2012

Congratulations Nathan and Amanda


These are Red Uplights, my point and shoot camera
just doesn't show the color right.  Sorry!

This Reception was perfect for a beach loving, fun couple like Amanda and Nathan. They had their ceremony out on the beach, and then enjoyed an indoor Reception. The wedding colors for these two Aggies were maroon and white, and they really looked nice in the historic ballroom. The tables had maroon pin-tuck tablecloths and the centerpieces were vintage-looking lanterns with candles inside as well as around them. Shells were scattered around them as well. As a unique accent, there were cards on the table listing words of advice that had been given to Nathan and Amanda at their engagement party.

Amanda looked amazing in her gown. It was strapless and had a beaded bodice with a softly flowing skirt. The skirt had a lace overlay and had a drape in the back which made a small train. Nathan wore grey pants and a white shirt. Their attire was great for their beach side Ceremony and beach themed Reception. The Wedding cake was perfect for this couple as well; it was assorted cupcakes, with one layer on top for their anniversary. Guests always love when they get to choose their favorite flavor of cake!

After fun dancing from the first song to the last, Nathan and Amanda ran through a shower of bubbles and headed off to their new life. Congratulations!!!

Venue: Roof Garden
Photography: Ashley Cox
Catering, linens, flowers: Carriage Catering
Cake: Cakes by Jula

Congratulations Michael and Laura

What a perfect Reception for people who like to have fun! There was no Country music at this one; just Top 40 and lots of great dancing music. The colors were black and white with fuchsia and damask accents. The tables and chairs had black covers and the centerpieces were white and fuchsia flowers or candles. The Bride’s cake had five white tiers with fuchsia roses on top. Add our fuchsia uplights to tie it all together, the room looked great!

Michael and Laura definitely kept the fun element going through their reception, from the poker themed Groom’s cake, to the Photo Booth in the corner. At one point, Michael and a friend came out on the dance floor in horse head masks. It was hilarious!!

After a great night of dancing, the night came to a close. Laura and Michael ran to their truck through a shower of bubbles and headed off. Congratulations Michael and Laura!

Venue: Golfcrest Country Club
Photography: American Prestige Photography
Photo Booth: Image Cinema Photo Booths
Cakes: Kup n Kakes