GSS Featured Wedding :: Sepideh & Hasan’s Exquisite Persian Wedding :: Ben Sassani Photography

Happy Friday, Lovelies!!! Today’s featured wedding comes from Ben Sassani of Sassani Photography. He is a Houston, Texas based wedding photographer. Ben has been so very accommodating to GSS on this feature. Thank you!

Sepideh & Hasan were married at Westin Galleria in Houston, Texas on August 25, 2012.  Sepideh was kind enough to answer a few questions for us:

For those of you who have never experienced a Persian wedding (us included):  “The main tradition of a Persian wedding is the Persian ceremony also called the “Sofreh Aghd.”  The Sofreh Aghd consists of many items, each with a specific meaning.  You can find a link of the breakdown of each item by clicking here.”    

How did you and Hasan meet?   We met through Hasan’s best friend, Zade.  I was good friends with Zade’s girlfriend but I had not met Hasan before.  I went out just to have a good time with her, but I happened to meet Hasan and  it was love at first sight. 

 How long have you been together?  We have been together for 2 years and 4 months. 

How did Hasan propose?  Hasan set up a get together with a bunch of friends at a wine room.  Everyone was having  a good time and then Hasan was like “Hey guys lets take a group picture by the Christmas tree!” (It was December 17) As we all started to pose for the picture Hasan got down on one knee and popped the question in front of everyone.  It was a magical moment.  

What sold you on your wedding venue?  From the time I was a child, my dream wedding venue was somewhere that had a very nice view.  When planning rolled around we only checked out two places that had good views.  One was the Westin Galleria, and the other was the Petroleum Club in downtown.  Because of the Persian culture it was important for me to have somewhere that would cater the Persian food I was trying to have and unfortunately the Petroleum Club did not do so.  That was when I chose the Westin Galleria.  Not only did they have a great view it was also very spacious and fit my dream venue requirements  perfectly.  My wedding was on the 24th floor.  

Your dress is gorgeous (Seriously. To. Die. For.) , where did you get it and how did you know it was “the one”?   It was from Winnie Couture.  Originally the dress was not that extravagant.  It was a plain dress with a mermaid trail.  But I wanted something a little more detailed.  Luckily, they were able to add  the beading to the top of the  dress to make it how I wanted it to look.  The moment I wore my wedding dress I knew it was the dress I always dreamed of.  It was like a Princess dress!!!

How did you choose your wedding color palette?  I always wanted a black/white wedding with a pop of color, so the final colors were black, white, fuchsia, and green.

Do you have any advice for bride and grooms that are in the planning process?  I would advise any future bride and grooms to be very relaxed in planning.   Take your time, make sure you love everything you have, and enjoy every moment of your wedding because it is once in a lifetime. 

 What song did you dance to for your first dance? Our first dance was by Celine Dion “Because you loved me.” The song lyrics described our feelings towards each other.

What was your favorite part of your big day?  Our favorite part of the wedding was when we both finally got to see each other.  The way they planned it was they had Hasan waiting in the ceremony room with his back turned towards the door I was planning on coming through.  While he had his back turned they asked me to walk in and as soon as Hasan turned around and saw me it was like the first time all over again…so magical. 

 Vendors: 

Venue: The Westin Galleria, Houston, Texas

Dress: Winnie Couture

Cake: Edible Designs by Jessie

Floral: Darryl & Co.

Linens: Daryl & Co.

Catering: Cafe Caspian

Dj: DJ Empire

Videography: Luxe Films Houston

Stationery: Memories of Today

Event Planner: Mai Dang of Honeydew Events

Sofreh Aghd: Sofreh Chic

Hair & Makeup: Kristin Daneill  {My hair stylist was phenomenal, she gave me the exact hair style I wanted and for make up I decided to do air brush….best idea ever!! I would recommend air brushing for any bride for the future.}

Photography: Sassani Photography

Thank you so much, Ben, for sharing this amazing wedding with us! Please stop by his website and blog and show him some love! And thank you, Sepideh, for taking your time to answer our questions! We wish you and Hasan a lifetime full of love, laughter, and happiness!!! May every day be better than the last!

If you have an engagement, wedding, day after, or anniversary session that you would like featured- Please send it to us at submissions@groomsoldseparately.com. We HEART submissions!

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GSS Featured Wedding :: Nikki & Blake’s Gorgeous Ashton Gardens Wedding :: Kelly Hornberger Photography

Happy Thursday, Lovelies!!!  Today’s fabulous featured engagement comes from Kelly Hornberger of Kelly Hornberger Photography, a Houston, Texas based wedding photographer.   Kelly has been so sweet and accommodating to GSS and we have truly enjoyed working with her on this feature.

Nikki and Blake were married on October 22, 2011 in a beautiful ceremony at the Ashton Gardens in Houston, Texas.  Nikki was kind enough to answer a few questions for us:

How did you and Blake meet?  Blake knew my family in high school through playing baseball with my older brother (Brian).  Both Blake and Brian ended up going to Stanford University to play baseball. Blake and I were introduced on a trip while I was visiting Stanford with my family.

How long have you been together?  Blake and I have been together 5 years.

How did your husband propose?  We went to Las Vegas with both his parents and my parents and surprised me with proposing and having Brian there too.(It was important to me that Brian be there for our engagement, because he is in the military and we weren’t sure if he would be able to attend our wedding). He got down on a knee in front of everyone at the Bellagio fountains then soon after that Brian and two friends from college came around the corner. It was amazing.

What sold you on your wedding venue?  Ashton Gardens was our wedding venue. The people were amazing there. Our wedding coordinator, Katelyn was so helpful. But we liked that location because we liked the idea of having the chapel and reception location right next to each other. We had a lot of out of town guests so location was another factor. Ashton Gardens was easy to get to from the airports, and our hotel we had rooms for our guests were 6 miles away.

Your dress is gorgeous, where did you get it and how did you know it was “the one”?   I got my wedding dress at Weddings by Debbie in Katy off of the Katy Freeway. I tried on two dresses and knew I was done. My wedding consultant actually showed me a dress in one of the books there and said “I think this dress would be perfect for you”, I said “ok” and ordered it. I had never actually tried on my dress until after I ordered it.  I just tried on styles similar to it. But it was a one strap and A-line just like I wanted, so I went for it.

What was your “something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue”?   My Something old and borrowed was my great grandmother’s ring. Something new- my wedding dress and Something blue -my underwear.

How did you choose your wedding color palette?   Our color palette was easy to choose. We both loved the deep, rich fall colors- so that was our inspiration. We chose the reds, yellows and oranges and to add a pop of something different we decided to do navy blue throughout the wedding.

What song did you dance to for your first dance?  Our first dance was Scotty McCreery, “I love you this big.”

Do you have any advice for bride and grooms that are in the planning process?  Our advice to other bride and grooms would be plan your wedding together. Blake was included in every decision that was made. He wanted to be included as well so it made it fun for both of us to be apart of it.

What was your favorite part of your big day?   My favorite part of the day was walking down the isle and seeing his face when he saw me all decked out and in my dress. I was so worried that he wouldn’t like my dress because before I went dress shopping he told me nothing “poofy”, he would like something more form fitting…well as you can tell from the pictures, that is not what he got. But he said he loved my dress and couldn’t have pictured me in anything else. I also couldn’t wait to see all of our planning finally come together, after almost two years.

Vendors:

Venue: Ashton Gardens

Dress: Weddings by Debbie

Cake: Who Made The Cake?

Floral: Flowers by Lisa

Linens: Ashton Gardens provided off white linens

Catering: provided by Ashton Gardens

DJ/Band: JPL Entertainment

Videographer: We didn’t have one.

Invitations/Wedding Stationery: Avalon Stationery 

Event Planner: Katelyn Kohli provided by Ashton Gardens

Thank you so much, Kelly, for sharing this amazing wedding with us!  Please stop by her website and show her some love!  And thank you, Nikki, for taking your time to answer our questions!  We hope your wedding was everything that you have ever dreamed of and wish you and Blake a lifetime full of love, laughter, and happiness!!!  May every day be better than the last!

If you have an engagement, wedding, day after, or anniversary session that you would like featured- Please send it to us at submissions@groomsoldseparately.com.  We HEART submissions!

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GSS Featured Wedding :: Akata & Avaneesh’s Lavish Indian Wedding :: Sassani Photography :: Part 2

Happy Hump Day, Lovelies!!! Today’s featured wedding comes from Ben Sassani of Sassani Photography. He is a Houston, Texas based wedding photographer. Ben has been so accommodating to GSS on this feature. Thank you! We also want to give a shout out to the AH-Mazing Amber Strickler of Zasey Photography for second shooting on this gorgeous wedding! This wedding is so awesome and so full of details that we decided to break this feature up into two posts. Last week, we covered all of the pre-ceremony images. (Click here to see Part 1!) Today, we’ll cover all of the ceremony and the reception images.

Akata and Avaneesh were married at The Hilton Post Oak in Houston, Texas on May 28, 2011. Akata and Avanessh were kind enough to answer a few questions for us:

What sold you on your wedding venue? We needed a place that could fit 600 people, a nice location, and guest accomodations. We found it at the Hilton Post Oak in Houston, TX!

What was your favorite part of your big day?

Akata: At the end of the reception, when I finally danced with Avaneesh, as my husband, to a song that describes everything he is to me. “The Truth” by India.Arie.

Avaneesh: Akata’s wedding entrance. In traditional Indian wedding custom, the groom is shielded (by way of holding a drape in front of him) from watching the bride’s entrance to the mandap where he is waiting. This is done so that everyone except the groom can watch her graceful entrance while he sits in anticipation (yes, it’s very mean). So while this was happening, my sister (who was holding the drape) was giving me a play-by-play so that I could have some idea of what was going on. Then all of a sudden my sister gasps and says “she’s crying, it’s so cute!” and then starts crying herself. Then I hear of a chorus of guests break out into sniffles as they join Akata in her tears of joy. I almost started crying as I was overwhelmed with joy myself…but luckily I was able to hold it back and saved myself from being laughed at by my groomsmen! I understood where Akata was coming from at that moment as I too had been waiting more than two years from the day I fell in love with her for this very day and it was finally here.

What song did you dance to for your first dance? Our first dance was to “Lucky” by Jason Mraz & Colbie Calliat

How did you choose your wedding color palette? Many traditional Indian weddings have gold, white and maroon or red as wedding colors so that was the easy part. For our reception, I wanted colors that represented Avaneesh and I. I love the color plum pink! I had always imagined that plum pink and snow white would somehow be incorporated into my reception colors. When Avaneesh and I went to India to do our wedding shopping, we both found the perfect reception outfits–mine was a dark plum pink and his was a royal blue. So, our color palette included different hues of pink and blue with snow white and silver accents to give an icy white look. (I wanted us to look like a prince and princess celebrating our wedding in a winter wonderland :))

Do you have any advice for bride and grooms that are in the planning process? Plan ahead!  Regardless of how much time you have (or don’t have), it’s important to move quickly on the decisions you have made and make a timely, sound decisions on those you haven’t.  In a city the size of Houston, there are hundreds (possibly thousands) of weddings year-round, so if you have a particular venue, photographer, make-up artist, etc. in-mind, then book them quickly because if you wait too long, you’re most likely going to be searching for the next-best option.  Also, most vendors require non-refundable deposits, so make sure you are completely sold on the vendor before signing any contract or paying any deposit because that money is not coming back.  I feel that some couples make decisions too quickly without having done the proper research and end up regretting it.  Some even take the loss (which can be in the thousands) and sign with another vendor they liked better.  Take your time in making decisions but make sure they are YOUR decisions.  It is okay to include family members and/or friends in the process but keep in mind that this is your wedding and you make the decisions!  Also, be as organized as possible.  We used Google applications (email, calendar, documents) to stay organized and to collaborate with our family members who were helping us.  If you have a large family, use them :)  Assign roles and responsibilities early on so everyone knows what’s expected of them on the Big Day.

Vendors:

Venue: Hilton Post Oak in Houston, TX

Dress: Bawree in Santacruz, Mumbai, India

Cake: We opted out of a cake and used that money to make our wedding even more special to us.

Floral: I ordered them from Sam’s Club and my sisters and cousins made my and my bridesmaids bouquets.

Linens: Mandap Creations for ALL of our decorations

Catering: Bombay Brasserie

DJ/Band: DJ Yogi Goyal

Videographer: A&A Video

Invitations/Wedding Stationery: I bought them from a small invitation shop in Mumbai. I cannot remember the name!

Event Planner: Avaneesh and I were the only planners for our wedding. He was amazing throughout the process!

Thank you so much, Ben, for sharing this amazing wedding with us! Please stop by his website and blog and show him some love! And thank you, Akata & Avaneesh, for taking your time to answer our questions! We wish you both a lifetime full of love, laughter, and happiness!!! May every day be better than the last!

If you have an engagement, wedding, day after, or anniversary session that you would like featured- Please send it to us at submissions@groomsoldseparately.com. We HEART submissions!

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GSS Featured Wedding :: Akata & Avaneesh’s Lavish Indian Wedding :: Sassani Photography :: Part 1

Happy Hump Day, Lovelies!!! Today’s featured wedding comes from Ben Sassani of Sassani Photography.  He is a Houston, Texas based wedding photographer. Ben has been so accommodating to GSS on this feature. Thank you!  We also want to give a shout out to the AH-Mazing Amber Strickler of Zasey Photography for second shooting on this gorgeous wedding!  This wedding is so awesome and so full of details that we decided to break this feature up into two posts.  Today we will cover all of the pre-ceremony images.  Next week, we’ll cover all of the ceremony and the reception images.

Akata and Avaneesh were married at The Hilton Post Oak in Houston, Texas on May 28, 2011. Akata and Avanessh were kind enough to answer a few questions for us:

How did y’all meet? Avaneesh and I had met 2.5 years before we started dating at my cousin’s husband’s birthday party. His sister and my cousin are best friends! 

How long have you been together? A little over 2 years.

 How did Avaneesh propose? Avaneesh surprised me with a trip to Nassau, Bahamas. He rented a private boat and had the captain take us to the uninhabited Rose Island (named for the color of its sand-pink, aka my favorite color!). As the sun was setting, he got down on one knee and proposed!

Akata, your dress is gorgeous, where did you get it and how did you know it was “the one”? Well we were having a traditional Indian wedding with all the pre-wedding events and the wedding and reception. I needed to buy 5 Indian outfits. My family and I traveled to India for 2 weeks and purchase all of my outfits in Mumbai. I knew my wedding outfit was the “one” because when I saw it, I immediately pictured myself walking down the aisle in it. I hadn’t felt that way about any other outfit I had seen.

Akata, what was your “something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue”?  Because I had so many events for my wedding, I spread them out throughout the 3 days. My something old was a necklace my grandmother left me; I wore it to my first event, the Mehndi. For my something new, I had all my new outfits from India. My something borrowed was the necklace my grandmother gave to my mother to wear at her wedding. I wore the same necklace for my wedding. My something blue was Avaneesh! His outfit for our reception was an elegant blue Indian outfit.

Stay tuned for Part 2 of this gorgeous wedding!  It will be featured on Wednesday, August 31st!!!

Thank you so much, Ben, for sharing this amazing wedding with us! Please stop by his website and blog and show him some love! And thank you, Akata & Avaneesh, for taking your time to answer our questions! We wish you both a lifetime full of love, laughter, and happiness!!! May every day be better than the last!

If you have an engagement, wedding, day after, or anniversary session that you would like featured- Please send it to us at submissions@groomsoldseparately.com. We HEART submissions!

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GSS Featured Wedding :: Talina & Keith’s Houston Wedding :: Zasey Photography

Happy Hump Day, Lovelies!!!  You’re all in for a treat today!!!  Man, our submissions just keep getting better and better!!!  Today’s fabulous featured wedding comes from Amber Strickler of Zasey Photography, a Houston, Texas based wedding photographer.  Amber has been so sweet and accommodating to GSS and we have truly enjoyed working with her on this feature.

Talina and Keith were married on March 12, 2011 at Agave Road in Katy, TX.  What an amazing venue!  Talina was kind enough to answer a few questions for us:

How did you and Keith meet? Keith and I met on Match.com! We exchanged emails and chatted on the phone for about 2 weeks until I asked him to meet up in person…I was pretty gutsy!! 😉

How long have you been together? We’ve been together 3 years & 2 months.

How did Keith propose? Oh wow it was amazing and I was totally surprised. It’s a long story, but let me try to give you a short version: We had been planning a trip to Boston to visit some of his friends–and stay with them. Also in the meantime we had picked out a ring, but I wasn’t aware Keith had it. Keith basically schemed with his friends in Boston and set up this whole elaborate plan for one of the nights we were there. Us and his friends had dinner plans one evening, but Keith’s friends all a sudden had an “unexpected friend” come in town and they had to go pick him up from the Boston Harbor Hotel & take him out to dinner. They asked that Keith and I meet up with them after dinner, for drinks. In my mind, I was so confused as to why Keith and I were not included for the dinner part, but went with it anyways because Keith and I were going to eat at this cute Italian restaurant that Keith’s friends had highly recommended. After dinner, we headed over to the Boston Harbor Hotel to meet up with his friends and the “unexpected friend”, for drinks in the “unexpected friend’s” hotel room. When we arrived, Keith and I walked directly up to the hotel room where Keith pulled out a hotel key! I was so confused how he had a key and right then Keith explained to me that he was surprising me with a room for the evening and that his friends brought all of our belongings to the hotel while we were at dinner. All a sudden I realized, there was no “unexpected friend” that came into town. Keith’s friends made that up so they could get out of the dinner plans with us and take care of everything for the evening…..and wow did they!!! I walked into the hotel room to find rose petals all over the floor & bed, champagne, strawberries and a view of the Boston Harbor from our window! It was gorgeous!! As Keith and I were checking out the view, I looked to my right and he was down on one knee asking me to marry him! :)  I was a ball of tears and smiles! Keith really did an awesome job and completely fooled me, which is very hard to do! It was an over the top evening!

What sold you on your wedding venue? The venue itself sold me! The moment my mom and I walked into the place, I said “where do I sign?” It’s gorgeous and nothing I had ever seen before! I had several other venue appointments and never went to the rest of them. Agave Road was the first place I went to and booked it that day! You totally feel like you are some place else there and that’s what I liked the most…..it wasn’t a “typical” wedding venue to me.

Your dress is gorgeous, where did you get it and how did you know it was “the one”? I got it at David’s Bridal, which was the last place I went to (out of 3 dress stores) and it was also the last dress I tried on. I knew it was the one because of the way it fit on me. I loved the style of the dress and the intricate beading on certain parts of it. When I put it on and saw how it really fit me like a glove, I knew it was the one!

How did you choose your wedding color palette? Well I knew I wanted deep purple (like an eggplant color) for sure….it’s my favorite color! Then I went to the bridal extravaganza in Houston and saw a place setting that was deep purple with accents of a bright green, almost a lime color. I thought it rocked!!! I loved it and that’s how I incorporated the green.

What was your “something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue”? Something Old: it was actually my grandmother’s silver cake cutter from her wedding. I was planning to use it at my wedding, but completely forgot to bring it to the venue! :(  Something new: my dress & jewelry. Something borrowed: my best friend/matron of honor’s veil from her wedding. Something blue: it was going to be a blue garter, but I ended up finding a super cute purple one last minute and couldn’t pass up using it! :)

What song did you dance to for your first dance? Faithfully by Journey

Do you have any advice for brides that are in the planning process? It’s NEVER too early to start planning!!! Getting the venue (and date) booked first, is a must, and then figuring our your guest list is also one of the first things to do, because everything you plan for, & order, is based off that headcount!!  Stay organized and ahead of the game and you won’t be as stressed towards the end. Also, soak up the wedding planning process….it happens once and it also flies by!

What was your favorite part of your big day? I have two! One was being walked down the aisle by my Dad and Step-Dad and seeing Keith for the first time at the end of the aisle. Life was so perfect in that moment. :)  The other is getting ready in the bridal suite with all my girls before the wedding…..it was so much fun and we had a blast!

Vendors:

Venue: Agave Road, Katy TX

Dress: David’s Bridal

Cake: Edible Designs by Jessie

Floral: Flora Bella Designs

Linens: Agave Road provided

Catering: 3Olives Restaurant(provided thru Agave Road)

DJ/Band: ProSound Co.(provided thru Agave Road)

Videographer: n/a

Invitations/Wedding Stationery: getmarried.com & vistaprint.com

Event Planner: Myself! :)

Thank you so much, Amber, for sharing this amazing wedding with us!  Please stop by her website and her blogand show her some love!  And thank you, Talina, for taking your time to answer our questions!  We wish you and Keith a lifetime full of love, laughter, and happiness!!!  May every day be better than the last!

If you have an engagement, wedding, day after, or anniversary session that you would like featured- Please send it to us at submissions@groomsoldseparately.com.  We HEART submissions!

 

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GSS Featured Wedding :: Pamela & Steve’s Old Hollywood Houston Wedding at the Heights Theater :: Zasey Photography

Happy Hump Day, Lovelies!!!  You’re all in for a treat today!!!  Man, our submissions just keep getting better and better!!!  Today’s fabulous featured wedding comes from Amber Strickler of Zasey Photography, a Houston, Texas based wedding photographer.  Amber has been so sweet and accommodating to GSS and we have truly enjoyed working with her on this feature.

Pamela and Steve were married on December 4, 2010 at Gallery M2 at the Heights Theater in Houston.  What an amazing venue!  Pamela was kind enough to answer a few questions for us:

 

How did you and Steve meet?   We went to the same college but at different times.  Steve and my brother were fraternity brothers and we knew of each other but never had met. We finally met out one night and hit it off.  The next week I had knee surgery and Steve showed up  that night with a two different types of ice cream, toppings and two movies, since he wasn’t sure which type I liked so he brought a little bit of everything.  I was sold.

  

How long have you been together?  4 1/2 wonderful years

How did Steve propose?   The week of his 33rd birthday he said his uncle wanted to throw him a small birthday party that weekend.  I ended up having to travel that week for work and was pretty wrapped up with work that week.  Steve was unusually high strung that week and I just wrote it off to stress..little did I know what was in the works.  That Saturday my friend and I went to the gym and lunch, I kept trying to go home but she kept stalling.  Steve told me after we arrived that our parents and his grandparents would be there along with ~20 of our friends… I was clueless and just thought this was going to be a fun night.  I finally had an opportunity to eat when Steve’s best friend started to make a bday toast, this was Steve’s moment so I took my plate and took a step back.  Just as someone stole my plate Steve took over the toast turned to me and proposed.  He even used the same ring that his Grandfather gave his Grandmother when they married 60 years ago! My brother thankfully caught it all on video! 

What sold you on your wedding venue?   His Aunt suggested the Heights Theater.  Her very good friends had purchased this 1928 movie theater and is now an art gallery.  It was so unique and beautiful and embodied the vintage look we wanted. 

  

Your dress is gorgeous, where did you get it and how did you know it was “the one”?   My dress is from Ventura’s Bridal (Houston).  It was the first shopping trip and first dress I tried on.  I wanted a dress that was feminine, sexy and that I didn’t want to take off…. I just knew that was my dress and couldn’t wait for Steve to see me in it!

  

What song did you dance to for your first dance?   Steve’s very good friend, Shawn Pander is an incredible singer/songwriter.  He dedicated a song to us at his show the night of our engagement party and we knew we were going to have him sing at the wedding.  Steve and I kept going back and forth between songs and nothing felt right.  Steve said “Don’t worry I’m going to take care of this part.  You worry about the rest.”  So he did and I did… When we started our first dance Steve leaned in and told me to listen closely to the words…he had Shawn write a song for me for our first dance.

  

What was your “something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue”?  A very dear friend of my mom who has become one of our own had surprised  me with her beautiful antique sapphire and diamond ring..borrowed of course. 

   

How did you choose your wedding color palette? I’ve always loved the navy and white.  It is clean, timeless, and a staple. 

  

Do you have any advice for brides that are in the planning process?  Be calm, be nice and breath.   Remember that everyone there is pulling this together for you and because they love you.  Little things will happen and no one will ever know. 

  

What was your favorite part of your big day? Two things; getting to the venue and seeing how hard our families were working (especially my mom…she deserves a cape).  It was so touching to see and knowing they were doing this all out of love.  The second thing was the anxiety knowing Steve was just outside of the room where I got ready.  When I heard his voice I was so giddy and couldn’t wait to see him.

  

Vendors:

Venue:  Heights Theater/ M2 Gallery

Dress:  Allure Bridal CollectionVentura’s Bridal

Cake: Dacapo’s Bakery– Heights

Floral: Jana’s Flowers– Heights

Linens: GBS Linens

Catering:Eddie Welch

DJ/Band:SkyMike

Invitations/Wedding Stationery: Events– River Oaks

Event Planner: SkyMike

Thank you so much, Amber, for sharing this amazing wedding with us!  Please stop by her website and her blog and show her some love!  And thank you, Pamela, for taking your time to answer our questions!  We wish you and Steve a lifetime full of love, laughter, and happiness!!!  May every day be better than the last!

If you have an engagement, wedding, day after, or anniversary session that you would like featured- Please send it to us at submissions@groomsoldseparately.com.  We HEART submissions!

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GSS Featured Wedding Professional :: Heather Essian Portrait Arts

Today we have a wedding from Heather Essian Portrait Arts and we are thrilled to share it with you. If you want to see her post, be sure to tell her we sent you. You can check it out here. Enjoy this GSS readers, we sure did!

What do you get when you add the following ingredients to a wedding :: Vera Wang Wedding Dress, Christian Louboutin Shoes, The Houstonian Hotel, the ultra fabulous duo, Heather Essian and Kari Crowe, and a ridiculously gorgeous bride and groom named Cindy and Peter? You get a wedding that was so uber-incredible you will want to come back to see it again and again!

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