SCENE Houston Weddings
J E N N Y N O V A K A N D S T E V E N F R A C H T M A N
November , Hilton Houston Post Oak The elegant gem-studded bouquet by Lisa Tran of Floral Impressions.
THE VENUE: Hilton Houston Post Oak. THE DETAILS: The
bride glided down the aisle in a chic, strapless Michelle Roth gown—with custom-designed lace by the designer—from Mia Bridal Couture, and hair and makeup by Kathy Smith. The Fine Arts String Quartet played softly during the ceremony, and the newlyweds exchanged rings from Armari Designs. THE PARTY: The classic allwhite décor featured a chuppah draped in delicate white roses and flickering candles, tall calla lily centerpieces and feminine arrangements of white roses, hydrangeas and orchids, all by Floral Impressions. Even the invitations and programs by The Paper Connection contributed to the theme. The Nite Beat Band played to a lively crowd while A & A Videography captured it all on film. Guests parted with bags of personalized M&Ms. –Stevy Curbow
The bride’s great aunt’s handkerchief was pinned to her dress for her “something borrowed.”
Who Made the Cake! created an ivory four-tier treat.
The groom signing the Kebutah, a Jewish marriage contract penned privately with the family and wedding party.
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Mr. and Mrs. Steven Frachtman.
PHOTOS BY E. SULLIVAN PHOTOGRAPHY
Schwartz & Woodward created a beautiful cream-and-white scene at the Hilton Houston Post Oak (linens by Elegant Beginnings).