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Simple Shabby Chic Bridal Session

Bridal sessions are the best, don’t you think? A day to get all dolled up on your beautiful gown (and let’s face it, the more you get to put that beauty on, the happier you are) and play in front of the camera. As Southern Charm Photography has absolutely proven with these images, the bridal session is really the best.

From the photographer… Meet Bethany. A bride as natural and as beautiful as they come. When Bethany called me and told me she wanted bridals that were very simple and natural with a little shabby chic thrown in, I knew exactly what we needed to do! Bethany and her fiancé had to endure a long distance relationship, which is why we felt the need to include the globes with our shabby chic set up! On top of that Bethany and her family created her bouquet as well as her lovely sash for her dress! It was such a joy to photograph her in all of her happiness!

Photography: Southern Charm Photography | Wedding Dress: David's Bridal

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Winter Wedding at The Crystal Ballroom

There’s nothing – and I repeat, nothing – more romantic than an elegant winter affair. Between the cold temps, cozy ambiance and candles galore, you find the most perfect setting for saying “I do.”  And this Houston wedding? It’s all of the above. Nhan Photography and T-Square Production captured the romance and you get started on the swooning right over here.


From the Bride… Our wedding was elegant and traditional and was meticulously designed around a champagne, chocolate, ivory and gold theme. Aaron and I wanted a timeless and conservative event that was a reflection of our Christian faith and relationship. We met, began our courtship, got engaged, and would be living as husband and wife in New York City; so it was important that we incorporated the city into our special day. We also wanted to honor my late grandfather and did so by marrying on his birthday. We customized our wedding to reflect the two of us through several DIY projects thanks to Aaron’s artistic genius.

We had a blast developing every single detail of our day and although we were planning from New York, it was not overwhelming. We visited Texas frequently for meetings and that worked very well for us as our vendors were very accommodating. The wedding guild at St. Paul’s was outstanding, and our wedding planner Angela was a dream come true, very experienced and warm, with a tremendous amount of connections. It was a pleasure working with Angela throughout the entire planning process. Our florist Bill was phenomenal, enthusiastic, and always patient during our extensive meetings. It was an honor working with Nhan Nguyen, he is the very best. I literally cried when I viewed my bridal portraits and again when I saw our wedding photos. Our invitation designer Cristy was also an angel. She worked around our tight schedule and her expertise and perfectionism helped bring all of our stationery ideas to fruition. As we planned our wedding, Style Me Pretty, Etsy, Pinterest, and Oh So Beautiful Paper were extremely inspirational.

The wedding process for us was the team project of a lifetime, and we took our time as we carefully planned and worked on our masterpiece. Aaron and I designed personalized wedding party request cards for all members of the wedding party. The bridesmaid cards were dresses, while the groomsmen cards were tuxedos with custom fabric for the ascot and various papers for the collar, vest and jacket. Together with our designer Cristy, we developed our save the dates which foreshadowed the elegance of our invitations. For our invitations we chose to incorporate an embossed monogram tag on a ribbon which doubled as a belly band. We used our custom monogram embosser to personalize our out of town gable boxes, napkins, and thank you cards. Aaron did an outstanding job of sewing the ascots for his attendants. We searched for months for the perfect fabric finally settling on handsome gold and black stripes. The ascots were another custom touch that doubled as a thoughtful gift and keepsake for the groomsmen.

Growing up in Houston, Texas, I was always enamored with St. Paul’s United Methodist Church and envisioned my wedding being there. The wooden pews, stained glass windows, arches, pipe organ, architecture, and stone were exactly what I pictured for our special day. We incorporated our color scheme into the aisle decor which consisted of bundled hydrangeas and ivory silk draping. The bridesmaids’ palomino gowns and bouquets of quicksand roses, along with the hostesses’ chocolate dresses coordinated wonderfully.

Selecting my gown was an amazing adventure especially being in New York City with its enormous selection of bridal boutiques. I spent months looking for “the one” and finally found my beautiful silk satin ballgown at the flagship Reem Acra Bridal Salon on Fifth Avenue. I was floored by the beading and Swarovski crystals and just loved the three pickup chapel train, it made the most beautiful bustle!

For the groom and groomsmen attire, Aaron wanted something different while still maintaining traditional elegance. He decided upon the cutaway coat which fit perfectly with the pin dot ascot and was appropriate given our wedding took place in the late afternoon. Our florist’s suggestion of a polar start rose petalette as opposed to a bulky rose for the boutonniere completed the look impeccably.

Getting ready was emotional as time was flying by and the culmination of over a year and a half of planning was approaching. My gift to Aaron was a beautiful carved wood plaque with our family name and wedding date. I knew that this would be a treasured heirloom for us and something that we could incorporate into upcoming milestones in our marriage. I also gave him a personalized photo book of our wedding planning journey which chronicled his involvement. I am blessed to have had a groom who was involved in every step of the planning process. All of our vendors agreed that they had never seen a groom work harder. For something old, the mother of the groom sewed a handkerchief composed of fabric from both my mother’s wedding dress and her own. This was a very special gift and another heirloom. My something new was my wedding gown and the bracelet that Aaron gifted me. For something blue, a bouquet photo charm of my late grandfather was connected by a blue ribbon, allowing me to have him in my hands as I walked down the aisle.

It was such a powerful moment when my dad pulled down my veil and the organist played “The Bridal Chorus” as we approached the doors of the church. I had a rush of joy that dried up all tears, my heartbeat normalized, and my jitters subsided as I walked down the aisle to my groom. I was able to slip back into real time and savor every second of the ceremony. The string musicians were outstanding and “Clair de Lune” was absolutely breathtaking, by far one of my favorite memories of the day. It was very special to incorporate our “True Love Waits” chastity commitment into our wedding ceremony, and we were honored to have the father of the groom as an officiant. The pronouncement was surreal and I felt the enchantment of my fairytale coming true as the organist played “The Wedding March” for our recessional.

The ballroom at the Rice is absolutely spectacular with its vaulted muraled ceilings and gorgeous brown drapes which fit perfectly into our color scheme. Our linen selection of ivory damask and imperial stripes further solidified the theme. To pay homage to the city where our relationship began, each of our dinner tables was named after one of our favorite locations in New York and included a photo and description of the significance.

We compiled photos from our courtship which played as a slideshow during our first dance. As a special treat, during the father-daughter and mother-son dances, we surprised our parents with a slideshow of childhood pictures of us with them. This was very nostalgic and was well received by our guests. As another notable touch, we had our parents dance to their wedding song during the reception, it was such a lovely moment for them. Additionally, the wedding party members danced with their walking partners during the reception, it made for a precious moment and photograph.

At the end of the night we were escorted downstairs for a rose petal send-off in our vintage Rolls-Royce. To sum up the event it was magical, romantic, and exceeded my wildest dreams! I am so grateful and I hope that our wedding serves as inspiration for other brides as they plan.

Photography: Nhan Photography | Cinematography: T-Square Production | Wedding Planner: Angela Nix | Florist: Floral Events | Wedding Dress: Reem Acra | Cake: Who Made the Cake! | Ceremony Venue: St. Paul's United Methodist Church | Reception Venue: Crystal Ballroom at the Rice | Bridesmaids Shoes: Nina | Bridesmaids Dresses: Dessy | Catering: Sambuca | Makeup: Irie Jade Beauty by Denise Wedderburn | Hair: Avion Sylvester | DJ: DJs Unlimited | Accommodations: Magnolia Hotel Houston | Alterations and Steaming: Beautiful U by Arlene | Alterations and Steaming: Jenny Kim Couture | Bouquet Photocharm: AristoCrafty - Etsy | Bridal Shoes: Jimmy Choo | Ceremony Musicians: Avalon Music | Custom Monogram Embosser: Custom Embosser | Flower Girl Dress: My Girl Dress | Groom's Gift - Photo book: Shutterfly | Groom's Gift - Sign: Signs of a Daydreamer - Etsy | Groomsmen Attire: Al's Formal Wear | Hostess Dresses: Ann Taylor | Limousine (Bride and Groom): Monarch Limousines | Linens: Over the Top | Personalized Champagne Flutes: Maggie's Craft Time - Etsy | Personalized Hanger: Hanger Design Center - Etsy | Rentals: Aztec Events | Stationery (Invitations, Save the Dates, Escort Cards, Programs,: Designs for Life | Transportation (Wedding Party and OOT Guests): Sam's Limousines

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Blush Inspiration Shoot

Truth: I’m not a girly-girl.  I prefer jeans to dresses and flip flops to high heels.  But show me a wedding overflowing with blush hues, and I just can’t get enough.  Which is why this inspiration shoot from Pomp & Circumstance has totally made my Thursday.  It’s soft blush hues, pops of black and all kinds of awesome details.  See it all captured by Joseph West right here.

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From Pomp & Circumstance… I believe every young girl has a fantasy of their perfect wedding day, and I was one of those girls once. As I looked for inspiration for this particular shoot I tapped into that young girl and the fantasy she created. I remember being in love with pink, ruffles and flowers. That transitioned into Blush in Love, a shoot with that small girls fantasy becoming an adult ladies reality. Pink turned into blush, ruffles turned into gorgeous confetti linens and flowers… well that was the easy one. With these ideas in mind we gathered some of the best vendors in Houston and put together a magical shoot that combined gorgeous flowers, detailed planning, hair and make-up artistry and a photographer to pull it all together.

Photography: Joseph West Photography | Coordination: Pomp & Circumstance | Floral Design: Maxit Flower Design | Wedding Gown: BHLDN | Invitations: Copper Willow Paper Studio | Hair & Makeup: Hey Lovely Makeup | Art Gallery: Gremillion & Co. Fine Art | Bridesmaid Dress: BHLDN | Event Rentals: EB Inc | Styling & Design: Pomp & Circumstance

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Peppermint Bliss Designed Home Tour

I’ve read Peppermint Bliss for as long as I can remember – stalking Bailey’s incredible eye for style, design, color and all out whimsy. So when she launched her bedding collection, Biscuit, and subsequent brick and mortar shop + design studio, well, I was standing first in line as her #1 fan. And this project that is perhaps her best work to date! Captured by Kimberly Chau, head over to the full gallery

From Bailey of Peppermint Bliss & Biscuit Home…This is my “Project Holly” that I have been working on with the fabulous owner, Natalie, and her family over the past year. They purchased the home last April, and immediately we got to work redesigning the ranch style floor plan. The bedrooms and bathrooms got topical treatments, while the main living space and kitchen were completely gutted and reworked.

Living Room: Even though this is an older house, it had a nice big open living room, that was very strangely arranged with a half wall awkwardly dividing two separate seating areas. We removed the wall, and shifted the support to glass display cabinets flanking a wide entry that opened to the breakfast room and kitchen that we also reworked. This might be my favorite room I have ever designed. It is beautifully layered, bold, but not loud, pretty and yet still comfortable.

Everything started with the tufted sectional that we designed for the family based on a sofa I have in my own home that they loved. The rug is casual grasscloth, simple white curtain panels got blue and red Samuel & Sons tassel trim. The coffee table was a delightful find on 1st dibs, gorgeous burlwood with a giant drawer where their two year old sons impressive dinosaur collection lives. We redid the previously existing built ins, backing them in this famous library wallpaper, and added the brass light fixtures. A vintage chair the family had was reupholstered in light blue chintz, and finished everything off with lacquered red side tables and some sassy pillows.

Entry: In many ways the plan for the whole house started with this incredible wallpaper in the entry hall. Natalie had lost her mom shortly before we started working together, and butterflies were a symbol that was really special to her and her relationship with her mom. We both loved the paper, and that it brought her mom into the home immediately. The color palette for the home overall was influenced by the colors in the paper- blues, greens, and pops of red were carried throughout.

Dining Room: The dining room is immediately off the entry hall, and we wanted it to be a show piece since you see it first, and they had a breakfast room for everyday dining off the kitchen. The walls are a barely there lilac, offset by the bright red chandelier and china cabinets. The colors in the traditional Cole & Sons Hummingbird fabrics on the dining chairs are echoed in the geometric pattern on the rug. Art by Jenny Anderson of My Favorite and My Best pull everything together.

Kitchen: The kitchen before was straight scurry. So dark, and closed off from the rest of the house. I would say we brightened things up a bit. Normally the showpiece would be that amazing range, but there are so many delightful moments to be enjoyed here. I love the dash of Elvis in the mirrored pantry doors, the marble is stunning, and the island was a great find from Williams Sonoma.

Houston’s Room: Natalie brought me an inspiration picture of a kids room with this wallpaper and we had to have it. I LOVE how everything came together. It is theme and cute enough to be a totally magical kids room, but all of the elements will easily transition to a more adult space later in life.

Harper’s Room: Ok, I know I said the living room is my favorite room I have ever done, but I think I lied. I think this is really my favorite. A precious little jewel box for their sweet baby girl. We started with this Paule Marrot for Brunschwig wallpaper that I have used before, but I really dig the beige background of this color way. It cuts the sweetness of everything else a bit.

It’s a tiny room, and a pretty bold paper, so we kept things simple and pink elsewhere. The loveseat pulls out into a guest bed if needed, and the vintage pink rug is a great grounding piece.

The jenny lind crib was painted the same pink as the light fixture, which all matches the sofa and pom trim. The canopy fabric is just so lovely, and I really favor the unexpected dose of cool from the vintage rocking chair.

Hall Bath: I love the changes we made in here. This is the bathroom shared by both children, and we kept the original pink tile that was in really good shape. When we started there was seriously granny floral wallpaper and band of accent tile that made the pink tile look tragically dated. We removed the wallpaper and added the bold green stripes, and had the accent tile painted over with black, and it totally updates the look. I think it is a great compromise for a bathroom shared by a boy and a girl.

Master Bedroom: This space is a calming retreat for the busy parents. The walls are just the purest shade of blue, and the canopy is so stunning in person. We backed this lace chinoiserie fabric that is UNREAL in a soft blue so that you can really appreciate the detail. The rug is a soft taupe Madeline Weinrib that ties in with their existing headboard and monogrammed shams. We had to punch things up just a bit though, and the lamps, bedding, and art add just enough oomph.

Master Bathroom: The bathroom before was a tired beige builder grade bummer. Eventually it will need to be totally redone and expanded, but for now they wanted to live with it and address the problem in a renovation down the road. I have to give the owners so much credit for not telling me I was straight up cray when I suggested we just paint the whole thing FLAMING RED. There were totally up for it, and I even shocked myself with how well it worked. You definitely don’t notice the aging beige tile anymore! We replaced the countertop with leftover marble from the kitchen slab, and switched out the mirrors and lighting with these brass stunners. The christian lacroix moment on window treatment is pretty snazzy too.


Paint Color: Benjamin Moore Bunker Hill | Curtain Fabric: Designer Wallcoverings, The Original Martinique 90210 – Beverly Hills Fabric | Sconces: Circa Lighting (Ginger Single Arm Sconce) | Ceiling fixture: Ballard Designs, Coral 3 Light Chandelier

Wall Color: Benjamin Moore Nosegay | Light fixture: Contact Biscuit Home | Chair Fabric: Cole & Son, Hummingbirds | Rug: The Rug Company, Zap rug | Painting: Jenny Andrews

Wallpaper: F Schumacher (Birds and Butterflies) | Rug- Vintage via ABC Home

Sectional: Custom Biscuit Home | Sectional Fabric: Lee Jofa (Bragance II) | Floral Pillow- Ralph Lauren (Ladie’s Day Floral, Spectator) | Leopard Pillow: Scalamandre (Leopardo) | Blanket: Hermes Avalon Blanket | Coffee Table: Vintage, 1st Dibs | Side Tables: Oomph, Edgartown Side Table  | Lamps: Robert Abbey Double Gourd via Biscuit Home | Wallpaper on Bookshelves: Brunschwig & Fils, Bibliotheque Multicolor  | Sconces above bookshelves: Circa Lighting, Dean Picture Light | Wall Color: BM Polar Ice | Curtain Trim: Samuel & Sons (Chambord Tri-tassel fringe) | Blue Floral Chair: Vintage Recovered | Blue Floral Chair Fabric: Lee Jofa, Grenville Glazed Chintz Blue

Sofa: Custom via Biscuit Home | Rug: Vintage | Pom Fringe: Samuel & Sons (Dolce Pom Pom Fringe) | Wallpaper: Brunschwig & Fils (Guermantes) | LightFixture: Vintage | Green Throw: Biscuit Home | Rocking Chair: Vintage 1st Dibs | Pink Crib: jenny lind | Pink Paint Color: BM Peppermint Pink | Crib Sheet: Biscuit Home, Jamie Multi

Wallpaper: Brunschwig & Fils (Battle of Valmy 1792) | Light Fixture: Jonathan Adler via Biscuit Home (Jonathan Adler Sputnik) | Chest: Well Appointed House (Burl Wood Chest) | Trim: Samuel & Sons | Rug: Lulu & Georgia | Headboard: Custom via Biscuit Home | Bedding: Biscuit Home – Jamie Blue duvet, Jamie Blue Sham, Cornflower Blue Sham | Throw Blanket: Biscuit Home | Lamp: Vintage

Stove: William Sonoma | Island: William Sonoma | Lights: Circa Lighting (Hicks Pendant)

Side Tables: Z Gallery | Lamps: Lulu & Georgia | Art: Harrison Howard Fine Art here and here | Light Fixture: Ballard Designs | Bench: Restoration Hardware | Duvet: Biscuit Home | Euro Shams: Biscuit Home | Canopy: Brunschwig & Fils (Manchuria Madras) Kravet (KF-BAS-DRP-SIL) | Rug: Madeline Weinrib

Paint Color: BM Ruby Red | Lights: Circa Lighting | Mirrors: Restoration Hardware | Curtain Fabric: Osborne & Little, Designers Guild, FCL004/01

Photography: Kimberly Chau

Intimate Grove Wedding

As much as I love a grand ballroom affair, there’s just something about a casual, intimate soiree that makes me weak in the knees.  Maybe that’s because I have always pictured a small, yet elegant day of my very own… one exactly like this pretty little gem captured beautifully by Kimberly Chau.  Overflowing with crazy gorgeous details, it’s a breathtaking rooftop ceremony meets beautiful blooms from Flowers with Pheby meets a Grove reception that is all sorts of amazing.  See it here in the full gallery.


From the Bride… There were so many sweet things about this wedding- little BHLDN touches everywhere, so many special details this description can’t contain it, a gorgeous outdoor ceremony, and a intimate reception at THE Grove in Houston. I wanted the wedding to be simple, intimate and easy going.

Being together for over seven years, and having lived in more than seven cities, and five states, it’s easy to say that we are the adventurous couple. But Houston is where it all started, it had a special place in our hearts, and although we currently live in Seattle we knew our wedding had to be in Houston. The Grove was the perfect venue, a true snapshot of Houston… charming, rustic and delicious.

The inspiration – all things neutral. Being a minimalist couple we did not want to use a lot of color. By limiting the amount of colors used, we wanted the focus to be on the most important details. So we picked a subdued color palette and limited the “fuss.” We chose items that were unique, like the slight pop of color in the canopy florals, or the green from the park that surrounds the entire venue to keep it interesting!

Photography: Kimberly Chau | Floral Design: Flowers With Pheby | Wedding Dress: Pronovias | Cake: Yummy Tummy Pastries | Shoes: Christian Louboutin | Jewelry: Givenchy | Bridesmaids Dresses: Bill Levkoff | Make-up: Darrel Cantu | Hair: Lot 8 Salon | DJ: K-dubb | Groom's Shoes: Salvatore Ferragamo | Tux: Hugo Boss | Hotel: Hilton Americas | Ceremony & Reception Venue: The Grove | Decor: BHLDN | Fragrance: Jo Malone | French cuffs: Hugo Boss | Hanger: Etsy | Rentals: Darryl & Co. | Robes: Plum Pretty Sugar | Sash: Fit to be tie bridal

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Colorful Chateau Cocomar Wedding

True story: when this pretty-fest first popped into my inbox, I was certain it was a styled shoot. Like dead certain. But turns out the creative genius behind this wedding is a doctor-turned-bride whose sense of style knows no bounds. And while she had a little help from the lovelies of Bows and Arrows + Forever Photography Studio, I sort of think wedding design is her second calling.


From the Bride… I’ve never been the princess type, but when I met Dan, I felt like all my girlish fairytales were coming true. Dan and I met during our orientation week of medical school. A slow friendship quickly and easily progressed into a beautiful lifelong commitment. We found in each other everything we had been waiting for in a partner. After almost three years of dating, we got engaged in a special and intimate way in Laguna Beach. Just the two of us and a California sunset. We decided to get married a year from that day in Texas, where I grew up.

I couldn’t wait to start the planning process. I always make the joke that I feel like I’m part doctor/part wedding planner at heart. I knew I wanted to intertwine both modern and traditional elements and features of the Indian and American cultures to where it was seamless and not cliché or so obvious. Just natural, a true reflection of our relationship. Chateau Cocomar was a dream of a venue. I knew our guests would be blown away by its stunning beauty, and that there was no better choice.

The hardest part of the design aspect for me was choosing a color palette. There were so many beautiful options and supposedly I could only choose one! What a tough decision for a bride! I knew that if I stayed true to myself, I would never regret my design decisions. So even though we had a traditional American wedding, I brought in a more traditional Indian color palette throughout the lush floral: light pink, coral, red, dark fuchsia/pink, marigold. Since the floral was bold and so much the focus, I wanted to have the linens and dinnerware to be more neutral bringing in gold and ivory. The gold flatware really added that luxurious and unique touch. Little Miss Press helped design the letterpress and gold foil invitation suite using mint green, emerald green, fuchsia, and ivory. We tied in both modern patterns and traditional floral elements.

Dan and I decided on a late morning wedding, because we just love the beautiful light in the Chateau during the day. Though initially, we were leaning towards a brunch reception, we went with a full Indian lunch. During the cocktail hour, our guests strolled the property with a mango lassi in hand, listening to the string quartet play The Beatles and Led Zeppelin, while taking in the breathtaking architecture of our venue. After our first dance to Band of Horses “Marry Song”, lunch was served family style. It was so important to me that everyone that came to the wedding felt like one big family. Everyone sat at long rectangle tables and all the guest favorites were available, Chicken Tikka Masala, Lamb Vindaloo, Aloo Gobhi, and some of the lesser known curries and rice. Of course, plenty of Naan for everyone!

For dessert, we had delicious macarons and cake by Sugary and Chic Cake Boutique. The bridal cake was an almond cake brushed with coconut milk with mango and coconut fillings. Mangoes and coconuts are staple fruits in South India where my family is originally from. The design incorporated both the floral style of the wedding and the invitation suite’s geometric trellis pattern. The groom’s cake, a surprise for Dan, was a thin mint chocolate cake, a twist to the usual Southern tradition. The groom’s cake was the talk of the reception. Dan is an orthopedic surgical resident, and enjoys rock climbing in his spare time. So his cake showed him rock climbing with his medical gear to help save a man at the top of the mountain that broke his leg. The details on the cake were immaculate and so amusing (not to mention, delicious!) for all our guests.

Dan and I made it a point to visit with every guest, and to this day, say how happy we are that we were able to do that. I’ve always hated when I would go to a wedding, and you felt like the bride and groom never even knew you were there. I wanted each person to know how much we appreciated their presence on that day and in our lives. One of the reasons we decided not to do a formal exit is so that we could spend as much time as possible with some of our dear friends at the reception. We weren’t in any hurry to leave them! When we were finally ready to say goodbye to our dream of a day, the guests left with alfajores , a Latin cookie, from a local Houston bakery, boxed with gold and ivory twine. Another personal touch, and nod to Dan’s two year long mission in Chile.

After our wedding night at one of the Magnificent Seven suites at Hotel Zaza, Dan and I left for our honeymoon in Iceland. It was a true trip of a lifetime and we regularly get so nostalgic for our time there. Till our next adventure, we are very much enjoying married life as newlyweds in Southern California with our super silly and cute Labrador and Golden Retrievers, Tex and Sophie.

Photographer: Forever Photography Studio | Videographer: POP Video Houston | Coordinator: Ellanesque | Flowers: Bows and Arrows | Cake: Sugary and Chic Cake Boutique | Brides Dress: Lazaro | Invitation: Little Miss Press | Mansion: Chateau Cocomar

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