Style literally drips from every gorgeous image captured by Archetype Studio Inc. of this New Year’s Eve wedding at the 1940 Air Terminal Museum. It’s true. Every detail crafted and curated by Romp Events is pin-worthy to say the very least, giving us a gallery filled to the brim with details worth tucking away for next year’s New Year’s soiree. See every stylish detail right here.
From the Bride… Greg and I first met on New Year’s Eve 2007 and were engaged on New Year’s Eve 2011. It is our favorite day of the year and was an easy decision to ring in this New Year with a wedding. Working with our coordinator, Shy Masters, of Romp! Event Architects, we decided to create a very glamorous affair with black, white, and gold accents and the perfect amount of sparkle. She took my love for all things glam and Hollywood Regency décor and incorporated it into every last detail including center pieces of ginger jars, gold pheasants, and tall lamps. We also used vintage inspired gold alarm clocks on each table to still tie in the New Years Eve vibe. After considering a number of different venues, we chose the historic 1940 Air Terminal Museum as the location for both our ceremony and reception. The modern and art deco venue helped to tie in the glamorous ambiance of the evening. Our photographers, Terilyn and Koby Brown, were absolutely fantastic to work with and did an amazing job of capturing every last detail of our special day, including our midnight kiss. We couldn’t think of a more perfect way to end a beautiful year with our closest family and friends while celebrating our love.
Wedding Photography: Koby & Terilyn Brown from Archetype Studio Inc. | Wedding Venue: 1940 Air Terminal Museum in Houston, Texas | Event Planning, Floral + Event Design: Shy Masters from Romp Events | Wedding Cake: Satin Slices | Wedding Dress: Stephen Yearick | Bride’s Shoes: Christian Louboutin | Bridesmaids’ Attire: Bagley Mischka via Rent The Runway | Veil: Lisa Tice of Lisa’s Mini Mad Hattery