Days have a way of getting away from me. I often look at the clock and realize hours have passed (I’m sure the same thing happens to you). But films like this one from Sica Films make me stop. It’s as though they make time stand still for just a moment just so I can get lost in all the lovely of this wonderful couples’ wedding – and for that, I couldn’t thank them more. So do yourself a favor this morning, and allow yourself to stop for just a moment too…
Mike and Jessica “Never Let Me Go” from Sica Films on Vimeo.
From the Bride… We watched our video with my family and it was simply amazing. Brought tears to all of our eyes. Y’all did such an amazing job putting all the best moments together perfectly!
Texas weddings have a charm about them that simply can’t be duplicated. It’s just something that seems to come to effortlessly for those that call that pretty state home, and we get to reap the rewards through weddings like this one by Matthew Moore. Perfectly lovely and focused on family, it doesn’t get much more charming than the images sitting right here.
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From Matthew Moore
… Bryan and Danielle hoped to keep things as simple as possible for their garden wedding at Tiny Boxwoods in Houston,Texas. They wanted two things: a meaningful ceremony and delicious food. So, when a thunderstorm rolled in hours before the outdoor wedding, the couple was surprisingly calm. An hour before the start time, the clouds broke from the morning rain and the sun emerged just in time for their “first look” in the garden….beautifully captured in these photos. Bryan and Danielle vividly remember the worshipful ceremony which was framed by fresh herbs and flowering kale in all the bouquets. The evening ended with the couple’s favorite foods from the personalized menu and some creative alternatives to wedding cake: tiny pies in small mason jars and cookies with milk. They danced under the gazebo to their favorite song (Heavenly Day by Patti Griffin) and provided each guest with a parting gift of home-dried basil from their garden.
Photography: Matthew Moore Photography | Flowers: Central Market | Catering: Tiny Boxwoods | Chalk Board Art: Loftwards | Pasteries: Tiny Pies | Wedding Venue: Tiny Boxwoods
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You know what I can never get enough of? Color. Vibrant bursts of crazy gorgeous hues dotting every inch of wedding space. I’m talking purples, reds, pinks, golds… you name it, I love it. And in the case of this stunning Houston soiree, it’s a blue meets teal paradise set against an elegant Petroleum Club backdrop with lush florals from SCF Events, gorgeous images from Joshua Tyi and a whole lot of mesmerizing moments planned by Soiréebliss! Events. See them all right here.
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From Joshua Tyi… Lindie and Roman’s wedding was such a beautifully sophisticated affair. These two chose a venue and decor that truly matched their dynamic personalities – classy enough for a quiet girl from the south yet bold enough to satisfy a boisterous Russian family. You’ll love the high ceilings and broad ballroom filled with pleasantly beautiful teal, white, and black tones avec beau coups peacock feathers to boot!
The ceremony blended Jewish traditions, including the signing of the Ketubah, smashing of the glass with both Methodist and Jewish rites of marriage. The reception also did not disappoint with the traditional lifting of the bride and groom above the dance floor, a plethora of polka dancing and chutzpah.
The bold colors were peacock inspired and the elegantly selected flowers chosen for their simplicity to balance the boldness of peacock teal. The cityscape view added to the majesty and grandeur of this celebration. Forty-one stories above the pavement of Houston provided the wedding guests with no shortage of sights… that is, until the surprise belly dancers arrived, as a gift from the bride’s family to liven up the party. And if there’s one thing we know about belly dancers – they can get a party started! In a highly sophisticated way, of course. Did I mention there was an ice bar? With peacock feathers inside of it?
All in all, it was one of my favorite weddings to date. I thoroughly enjoyed working with Lindie, Roman and Samantha!
Photography: Joshua Tyi | Cinematography: Video by Robot | Florist: SCF Events | Cake: Cakes by Gina | Coordinator: Soiréebliss! Events | DJ: DJ Brothers | Officiant: Weddings Performed | Venue: Petroleum Club of Houston | Ice Bar: Ice Designs of Houston | Linens: Elegant Linens | Makeup: Pink Palette Artists | Music: Divisi Strings | Photobooth: Funky Monkey Photo Booth | Venue: Petroleum Club of Houston
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