Houston Wedding from Katherine O'Brien Photography
It's one thing to have a vintage chic wedding because it's in style, but when you infuse personal heirlooms from your family dating back over 100 years, it means something totally different and oh-so-...
It's one thing to have a vintage chic wedding because it's in style, but when you infuse personal heirlooms from your family dating back over 100 years, it means something totally different and oh-so-special. This gorgeous bride described her sentiment perfectly when she said that love is timeless. What a beautiful notion to carry throughout your big day. Katherine O'Brien captured this day in such a pretty way. Click here for so much more and then stay tuned for a sweet film from Waterloo Films below.
From the Bride... The reception following this ceremony will include many memorable heirlooms passed down from these family members. We have had the greatest time gathering these pieces and exchanging stories with our families. From one hundred year old doors to timeless china, we wanted to include them all when decorating for our big day. Although the items alone seem to fit our current interests or style, surrounding ourselves with them during this celebration reminds us of their memory and presence even more.
This interest has also taken us on a vintage hunt through numerous antique shops for the last year and a half. From hole in the wall shops in Geronimo, Texas to the famous annual Round Top event, we have been taken back in time through so many unique pieces with amazing stories. We came across a beautiful chandelier from Romanian newlyweds who just immigrated to Houston. Another family passed along a Victorian couch to make more room in their home for abused transfer students from overseas. Each piece has one story or another that we will always remember from this little antiquing adventure, which has now become an addiction.
Love is timeless, so we believe this timeless collection dresses up our day just right. We hope you enjoy.
Wedding Photography: Katherine O'Brien / Ceremony Location: Brookwood Community Church in Houston, Texas / Reception Location: Private Residence / Floral Design: Karen Plumlee / Wedding Cinematography: Waterloo Films / Bakery: Maureen's Bakery / Decor: DIY by the Bride / Band: The Dopplegangers / Photobooth: Crown Photo Booth by Scott and Rebecca Light / Wedding Dress: Ivy & Aster / Bride's shoes: Badgley Mischka / Bride's Accessories: Ivy & Aster / Earrings + Veil: Unbridaled / Bridesmaid's Attire: Amsale / Groom's Attire: English Laundry