After an extremely long week gearing up for the last few weddings of the year, we are TIRED. Anyone in this industry (and really any industry) can probably understand. However, when we got to the office today our energy was fulfilled simply by checking our email! We got the best type of happy mail from David Williams Photography: an entire gallery of beautiful images from equally beautiful clients- Carolina and Gus! 

Carolina and Gus got married in May at Tiny Boxwood's here in Houston. Tiny's actually happens to be one of our favorite venues to work with and this wedding certainly didn't disappoint. If you haven't been there to brunch, walk around the garden or try the cookies - you absolutely MUST. (It is a well known fact that the cookies are the best in Houston....possibly Texas.)

Carolina and Gus' wedding day was filled with love, family and tons of gorgeous flowers. They chose white, blush, shades of pink and tons of greenery to pull their dream wedding together. Their ceremony was under a cozy tent on the main lawn. They wanted to keep the decor understated to really focus on the marriage. We love that!

 Calligraphy Chalkboard with eucalyptus garland. 

Calligraphy Chalkboard with eucalyptus garland. 

 Silver lanterns lined the aisle at C+G's ceremony. Small arrangements hung from the chairs. 

Silver lanterns lined the aisle at C+G's ceremony. Small arrangements hung from the chairs. 

With the layout of the venue, we really got the opportunity to create a few different looks for an overall cohesive event. We created some compote arrangements, garlands and bud vases for the reception space. Some of the flowers/greenery we used were:

  • Garden Roses
  • Spray Roses
  • Eucalyptus
  • Ranunculus
 Outdoor seating with white flower bud vases.

Outdoor seating with white flower bud vases.

 Outdoor seating by ivy wall with garland.

Outdoor seating by ivy wall with garland.

 Small compote arrangements inside the venue.

Small compote arrangements inside the venue.

 Tablescape with candles on the outdoor pavilion. 

Tablescape with candles on the outdoor pavilion. 

 Full garland on the head table inside the restaurant. 

Full garland on the head table inside the restaurant. 

 Smal tables with bud vases.

Smal tables with bud vases.

 Close-up of the place settings outside. 

Close-up of the place settings outside. 

 An almost naked cake with florals provided by Maxit. 

An almost naked cake with florals provided by Maxit. 

You can check out all of the reception gorgeousness HERE. Now on to the bridal party fashion: lets just say they were dressed to the nines! Carolina donned a gorgeous beaded and tulle gown with a hand tied bouquet filled with pops of pink and peach. She seriously looked like a model!

 Carolina posing with her bouquet. 

Carolina posing with her bouquet. 

Gus wore a simple grey suit with a dashing striped tie. His boutonniere consisted of white spray roses. Very understated and stylish.

 Groom before the wedding. 

Groom before the wedding. 

While they didn't have a traditional bridal party, they did have a bunch of cute kiddos in some seriously cute threads. The simple boutonnieres were made from eucalyptus and a spray rose. The flower girl bouquets were based off of the head table garland mixed with Carolina's bouquet. 

 Ring bearer with suspenders. 

Ring bearer with suspenders. 

 Flower girl getting ready to walk down the aisle.

Flower girl getting ready to walk down the aisle.

Every little detail of this wedding was just spot on. We loved getting the chance to work with such an amazing couple. Heres to a lifetime of wedded bliss! Cheers, Carolina & Gus!!

 

 Ending the night in the garden with a kiss. 

Ending the night in the garden with a kiss.