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bride 5Contents FIRST THINGS FIRST

PUBLISHER Woodlands Bride, LLC EDITOR Jennifer Tolbert ASSISTANT EDITOR Candice Fitzgerald BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER Jessica Coleman

7 MORE THAN A CRUSH featuring Heather's Glen 11 SHOP TALK featuring Keri Ann Reardon 12 HAUTE SPOTS featuring local venues 16 CREATING THE PERFECT VOWS, STEP BY STEP featuring Chaplain Tara Dorroh 19 LOCAL LOVE STORIES meet some of the area's newest engaged couples

24 KYLE AND JORDAN featuring Jonathan Ivy Photography 26 BRANDON AND KATELYN featuring Leslie Cervantez Photography 28 TARA AND DAVID featuring Memories by Maryanne Photography 30 JESSICA AND CHET featuring Jackie Ray Photography

CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS Derrick Bryant Photography Jonathan Ivy Photography Kasey Lynn Photography Leslie Cervantez Photography Photography By Niki CONTRIBUTORS Randi Lawrence Moore

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SUBMISSION INQUIRIES We accept high quality submissions from professional photographers. For more information, visit www. woodlandsbride.com/submit. ADVERTISING INQUIRIES Email Jessica Coleman at jessica@woodlandsbride.com for information. SUBSCRIPTIONS Did you know a digital copy of Woodlands Bride Magazine can be delivered directly to your inbox? Join our mailing list to receive special offers, invitations to exclusive events and be the Àrst to receive a digital copy of our magazine. Visit www.woodlandsbride.com to join today!

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Kasey Lynn Photography

Hi there. I'm Kasey and I love photographing weddings. Even more than photographing weddings I love getting to know my clients. I strive to give you the best possible experience. I'm an avid dog lover who loves to travel and would be incredibly honored if you give me the opportunity to document your big day. You can see more of Kasey's work by visiting her website www.kaseylynnphotography. com or following her on Twitter @kaseylynnphoto. oto. Woodlands Bride / Spring 2014

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Welcome Spring! Spring is a beautiful time of year in The Woodlands and a wonderful season to get married in. I am ready for bluebonnet-lined roads and beautiful sunny days. Aren't you? At Woodlands Bride, our mission is to help you plan the perfect wedding in The Woodlands area. You will always find the pages of our magazine and the content of our blog filled with local couples and featuring local professionals who are amazing at what they do. As the editor of Woodlands Bride, I have the distinct privilege of interviewing brides in The Woodlands and Montgomery County. I love asking the question, "When did you know he was the one?" For so many brides, the answer is simple, "I just knew." Whether it is love at first sight, or a long-lived romance finally taking it to the next step, we are dedicating this issue to that magical feeling of finally finding "the one." In that spirit, we are so proud to share our styled shoot, More Than a Crush. Some of our best vendors came together to create this fresh, citrus-infused inspiration shoot with a nod to the famous soda, in the lush gardens of Heather's Glen. This issue is designed to take you step by step through the wedding planning process. Meet one of our favorite vendors in our Shop Talk, featuring Keri Ann Reardon, or find our how-to guide for writing the perfect vows, with Chaplain Tara Dorroh. Get inspired by the gorgeous pages of Real Weddings at some of our favorite venues. Last but not least, land on our Lovely List where you will find a complete list of our advertising partners. Each one has been hand selected based on their high standards for customer service. We would love to hear your love story. You can connect with us on Facebook or chat with us on Twitter @WoodlandsBride. Also, visit our website at www.woodlandsbride.com and hop on our mailing list to receive exclusive deals and tips, reserved just for our brides. Sincerely, Jennifer Tolbert Editor

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FIRST THINGS FIRST Are you sporting a bright + shiny rock and overwhelmed about where to begin planning your wedding? We chatted with Randi Lawrence Moore about what the Àrst Àve things a bride should do aIter the big knee drop.

Perfect!

FIRST The Àrst thing a bride should do is hire a wedding planner. A good wedding planner that matches your personality, style and budget can assist you in ensuring your wedding planning experience is stress free. SECOND Set a date! Setting a wedding date will help to guide your wedding planning duties and allow everyone involved to get as excited as you are about the big day!

FOURTH The fourth thing a bride should do is set a preliminary guest list. A good guest list also helps to create a Áawless budget. Work on your guest list with your future hubby as well as family. This helps everyone feel engaged in the planning process. FIFTH Create a vision board. The best thing about getting married is creating a vision that matches the personality for both you and your Àance. My advice is to create a vision board with your Àance and take that vision board to every vendor meeting. This will ensure your vendors stay close to your overall vision for the wedding. ABOUT Randi Lawrence Moore is one of the industry’s most experienced wedding planners who strives to create organized, elegant and astonishing weddings. Randi Lawrence Moore Weddings is a full service luxury destination wedding planning service dedicated to full wedding planning and helping brides have a stress free wedding planning experience.

Magnolia Lake is the perfect setting for you to sit back and enjoy your event. Rehearsal Dinner Ceremony Reception Decorating Our venue will provide you and your guests with an original and unforgettable experience!

Photos by Butch Ireland Photography

THIRD The third thing a bride should do is set a budget. Set a good, reasonable budget and understand how to use your budget. This is essential to ensure you can get all the bells and whistles.

2001 Hwy 30 East Huntsville, TX

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More Than A Crush at Heather's Glen Photography by Kasey Lynn Photography

Inspired by the citrus soda, this garden wedding styled shoot came to life in the backyard of Heather's Glen with e otic orals, colorful gourmet cuisine and modern table decor and lighting Sweet honey favors and paper goods gave the shoot a local, handmade vibe

STYLE GUIDE Photographer: Kasey Lynn Photography / Venue: Heather's Glen / Hair: Deborah Marchegiano /Make up: Keri Ann Reardon / Bouquet, Boutonniere and Birdcage Arrangement: LZ Floral / Tablescape, Trees, and Decor: A Memorable Event / Paper Goods and Favors: Jo's Paper Kitchen / Cake + Appetizers: Crave Catering / Attire: Dressing Dreams / Models: Justin Dugat and Lauren Steele of First Models and Talent Agency

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GARDEN GRACE Heather's Glen is known for its allinclusive venue with a traditional chapel and lush outdoor garden and gazebo area, which makes for a dream wedding setting in the heart of Montgomery County


PLANNING


SHOP TALK:

Meet Keri Ann Reardon of Makeup by Keri Ann Meet Keri Ann She s been a makeup artist for years Her goal is for every woman who sits in her chair to see how beautiful they are Get to know the friendly face behind the makeup and see what advice she has for brides looking for a makeup artist for their wedding day WB: How did you get started as a makeup artist? KA: I have been working with makeup and skin care products for almost 20 years. My cystic acne problems led me to the cosmetics industry where I really learned about skin care and starting a good beauty regimen. Who can resist all the fun makeup colors available? I attended workshops and honed my makeup application skills. Then my friends and other professionals encouraged me to use my artistic skills to start a freelance business. It's been the best decision I have ever made! WB: What advice do you have for brides considering booking a makeup artist (MUA)? KA: Meet your makeup artist and do a trial run Àrst. Ask yourself these Tuestions: Is your artist professional? Does your MUA show up on time and look professional? Do you like the MUA's makeup application and style? Do you feel comfortable having your MUA work on your mom or grandma?

beautifully. Even a few lashes at the outside corner of your eyes make a big difference! WB: What is your goal as a makeup artist? I want to help every woman who sits in my chair to see how beautiful they are! I also want her to leave with one or two tips she can take home to use everyday. WB: Give us some insight into the makeup process on the day-of the wedding. KA: When using a makeup artist, it is best to arrive with clean and moisturized skin. Try to avoid products with sunscreen on your wedding day. Relax when you are sitting in the makeup and hair chair. Pass your phone off to someone else to answer Tuestions. This is your time to be still and feel pampered!

WB: What makeup tips do you have for brides? KA: Look like yourself. If you don't wear a lot of makeup every day, you don't need to overdo it on your wedding day. Makeup really does make a difference in your appearance, so I believe every bride should wear some makeup to enhance her natural features. However, makeup should not make you feel uncomfortable. Wear false lashes! They photograph so Woodlands Bride / Spring 2014

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Haute Spots Waterfront Venues

Do you picture your wedding lakeside, in a lush garden, or under a canopy of trees? Perhaps you've imagined saying your vows in a wedding chapel or large ballroom. Do you prefer a traditional setting for your big day or something uniTue, like a historic home or rustic

barn? Brides have so many options and much to consider when selecting a location for the biggest day of their life! Take a deep breath. We've made it easier for you with our exclusive list of some of the best venues in The Woodlands and surrounding area.

Photo by Kasey Lynn Photography

The Woodlands Resort

April Sound Country Club

The Woodlands Resort is nestled in the picturesTue forest of The Woodlands. Their uniTue location, exTuisite cuisine, professional care and attention to detail make The Woodlands Resort the area's favorite location for a memorable wedding. The Woodlands Resort offers a variety of memorable rooms, from a lakeside terrace, to a glass enclosed ballroom that will provide the perfect setting for your wedding day.

Lake Conroe weddings at April Sound Country Club are truly unparalleled. As a full-service banTuet facility, they can provide you and your wedding guests with the best of everything, including exTuisite custom menus of delectable cuisine prepared by our renowned on-site culinary staff. )rom the Ă owers, cake, and dĂŠcor, to the food, entertainment and seating arrangements, they take care of absolutely everything.

Capacity: 800 Features: All-inclusive, Onsite Catering, Indoor Ceremony Area, Outdoor Ceremony Area, Outdoor Reception Area, Onsite Parking, Onsite Wedding Consultant

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Capacity: 250 Features: All-inclusive, Onsite Catering, Indoor Ceremony Area, Outdoor Ceremony Area, Onsite Parking, Onsite Wedding Consultant


for all of lifes special events! MAKEUP BY

Keri Ann

713.775.5659 MakeupbyKeriAnn.com info@MakeupbyKeriAnn.com

Photo: Kelley Craig Photography

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Local Venue Guide NAME

Amber Springs

ADDRESS

14135 Laramie Tr Montgomery, TX 77316

PHONE/EMAIL

WEBSITE

(281) 236-2634 amber@thespringsevents.com

thespringsevents.com/ amber-springs.html

April Sound Country Club

1000 April Sound Blvd Montgomery, TX 77356

(936) 588-7213 victoria.edwards@ourclub.com

www.clubcorp.com/clubs/ april-sound-country-club

Ashelynn Manor

25276 Nichols Sawmill Rd Magnolia, TX 77355

(281) 252-3355

www.ashelynnmanor.com info@ashelynnmanor.com

Ashton Gardens

21919 Inverness Forest Blvd Houston, TX 77073

(281) 362-0011 infohouston@ashtongardens.com

www.ashtongardens.com

Belle Rose Maison

15833 Old Conroe Rd Conroe, TX 77384

(936) 321-8899 debra-adams@hotmail.com

www.bellerosemaison.com

Events, Etc.

19829 FM 2920 Tomball, TX 77377

(281) 351-2920 events2920@sbcglobal.net

www.weddingswithevents.com

Heather's Glen

200 East Phillips St Conroe, TX 77301

(936) 441-6611 heathersbb@aol.com

www.heathersglen.com

Hodge Podge Lodge

300 Prairie St Montgomery, TX 77356

(936) 228-9290 info@hodgepodge-lodge.com

www.hodgepodge-lodge.com

La Tranquila Ranch

9418 FM 2920 Tomball, TX 77375

(281)-576-8882 anel@latranquilaranch.com

www.latranquilaranch.com

Magnolia Lake

2001 Hwy 30 East Huntsville, TX 77320

(936) 294-0991 info@magnolia-lake.com

www.magnolia-lake.com

Mia Bella Vita Weddings

22404 Mueschke Road Tomball, TX 77375

(832) 418-0777 mia@miabellavita.com

www.miabellavita.com

Oak Tree Manor

5310 Spring Stuebner Spring, TX 77389

(281) 704-9639 events@oaktreemanor.net

www.oaktreemanor.net

Olde Dobbin Station

2849 Old Dobbin Rd Montgomery, TX 77316

(832) 752-0210 info@oldedobbinstation.com

www.oldedobbinstation.com

Pine Lake Ranch

1951 South Pine Lake Rd Montgomery, TX 77316

(832) 532-9776 info@pinelakeranch.com

www.pinelakeranch.com

The Grand Palace

314-A Pruitt Rd Spring, TX 77380

(281) 367-3200 thegrandpalace@hotmail.com

www.thegrand-palace.com

The Village Golf Club

73 Greenbriar Dr Conroe, TX 77304

(936) 856-5531 sczajka@thevillagegc.com

www.thevillagegc.com

The Woodlands Resort

2301 North Millbend Dr The Woodlands, TX 77380

(866) 317-4719 sales@woodlandsresort.com

www.woodlandsresort.com

The Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel

1601 Lake Robbins Dr The Woodlands, TX 77380

(281) 681-5783 dana.denton@marriott.com

www.marriott.com/houmw

Walden Yacht Club on Lake Conroe

13101 Melville Dr Montgomery, TX 77356

(936) 582-4222 jodi@waldenonlakeconroe.com

www.waldenonlakeconroe.com

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Creating The Perfect Vows, Step by Step with Chaplain Tara Dorroh Most brides dive into so many details in the months leading up to their big day. But wait, what about the vows? Chapain Tara Dorroh takes us through the vow ceremony, step by step, with tips from her experience performing countless ceremonies for couples in the Houston area. Many couples leave the vow writing up to their minister, but these are your vows and your input is important. As a chaplain, I start every couple out with a set of vows, like a blank canvas, and then let them add their story and love to the written words. First, include a set of vows called the Declaration of Intent. The intent statement is one that is usually read by the minister and usually sounds something like, “John, will you take Mary to be your wife, to love her, cherish her and be faithful to her as long as you both shall live.” After each intent statement, the couple with declare, “I will.” After the Intent statement, have your favorite scripture or poem read. The most meaningful words you can hear at this point in the ceremony is something about the couple. My preference is to have the couple write a letter to each other—stating how they met, what made them fall in love with each other and the things that keep them in love. Get creative, put your personality into it and have fun! At this point in the ceremony comes the second set of vows—something like, ‘Mary, from this day forward, I take you to be my wife.’ You can 16 Woodlands Bride / Spring 2014

stop there to keep it simple or add things like, “I promise to encourage you, protect you, etc.” You will repeat after your clergy for this section of the vows, so add as much as you like and make it speak from the heart. If the couple wants to do a sand ceremony or the lighting of the unity candles, this is a great time. There are many demonstrations to choose from, depending on your faith or cultural customs. Now comes the rings. I like to ask the best man for the couples’ rings and then I like to say a blessing over the rings before the groom places the ring on the bride’s hand Àrst. Again, you can keep it simple with, "Mary, I give you this ring today as a sign of my vow." You can stop with that phrase or add "With all that I am and all that I have, I honor you," or something similar. The closing remark is made by the minister to confer that the couple have declared their vows before God, family and friends, and that they are ordained through and by the state to pronounce the couple husband and wife. The couple kiss and the minister introduces them as Mr. and Mrs. to the audience. However the bride and groom want the tone and emotion of the ceremony is exactly the way it should be. Your goal is to have one set of vows in your life, so put as much energy into helping create that special ceremony as you do all the other details of your wedding day!


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Local Love Stories LAUREN + ROB Photography by Kasey Lynn Photography

Lauren and Rob's love story is how a blind date led to an enchanting engagement. Lauren shared the details of their romance and future wedding. The Story "My sister set us up on a blind date. I was so nervous! We went out to eat and just started talking from there. I was still at Baylor and he was working in New Mexico (he had just graduated from Texas Tech), so we dated long distance for a long time. He eventually moved to the Houston area and after I Ànished nursing school, I moved down here as well. Now we are Ànally in the same place."

The Proposal "Well, we were spending Labor Day weekend in Fredericksburg just hanging out and we got up early to hike Enchanted Rock before it got too crowded. I climbed on top of a rock to take a picture and asked him to get me down. He started teasing me and stalling. Next thing I knew he was down on one knee. It all happened so fast I can't remember all the details!" The Plans "We are planning to get married at St. Matthew's Catholic Church in Fredericksburg. Our colors are gold, blush and champagne. We just want to have a simple wedding with family and close friends!" Woodlands Bride / Spring 2014

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EMILY + JOE

Emily is a Texas A&M graduate with plans to become a teacher. Her and her Àance, Joe, are highschool sweethearts with a love for the outdoors and their chocolate lab, Gus. They are planning a casual, budget-friendly wedding in November 2014 at Amber Springs. The Story “Joe and I are high school sweethearts. I needed a date to the homecoming dance my senior year. A friend introduced us and it was an instant attraction. He is a year younger than me but that didn’t stop us from keeping our relationship going through the rest of high school and all through college, even though much of the time we were in different cities.” The Proposal “I was expecting him to propose to me, but not as soon as he did. He took me to the Waterway in The Woodlands, under the bridge by the 20 Woodlands Bride / Spring 2014

waterfall. He had it all planned; three of my mom’s friends were hidden in various places waiting to take pictures of the magical moment. I always told him that I didn’t care how he popped the Tuestion as long as somebody was there to take pictures of it, and he remembered! He also surprised me by calling my family and having them come and join us for dinner afterwards. My brothers both drove in from out of town to share in the exciting news along with us.” The Plans “Our colors are going to be navy and coral with hints of pearly white and burlap. I don’t have a particular theme but it is deÀnitely going to be a more casual wedding. I am a frugal shopper so I am doing my best to have a wedding that is budget friendly. I am deÀnitely looking for items to use in my wedding that I can either reuse or resell. One example of this is that I found the wedding dress that I love for only $150!”


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KAYLIN + MICHAEL Photography by Leslie Cervantez Photography

Kaylin and her Àance, Michael, are students in the Houston area set to graduate early this year. Kaylin plans to become a crime scene technican after school. She enjoys baking and crocheting as well as playing golf with her Àance. They are planning a December winter wonderland wedding at Heather’s Glen in Conroe. The Story “Michael and I met on the last day of my 8th grade year, when my brother sent him to pick me up from school one day. A little less than a year later, on December 20, 2006, Michael asked me to be his girlfriend while we were ice skating in The Woodlands.” The Proposal “It was almost 7 years later, on November 23, 2013, when Michael took me to dinner at The Woodlands Waterway for the Lighting of the Doves. I walked down the entire waterway in 22 Woodlands Bride / Spring 2014

high heels that were killing me. I even begged at one point to just take the boat back. I’m so happy we didn’t because once we walked back under the doves, Michael got down on one knee and asked me to marry him. Of course, I said yes!” The Plans “For our wedding date, we decided to keep our 'anniversary date' so that we will be married 8 years from the date he asked me out. Our color scheme is white with glittery silver and very pale pink. The theme is a winter garden wonderland wedding. The ceremony and reception will be at Heather’s Glen. It worked perfectly with our wonderland theme!”


OLIVIA + AARON Photography by Derrick Bryant Photography

Olivia and Aaron kept bumping into each other, until one day they decided it must be fate. Their engagement story is a Woodlands Bride favorite. The Story "We met through a mutual friend. I actually tried to talk my friend into dating him because I thought he was so good looking! After we met, we just kept coming across each other. We would run into each other at a Huntsville hangout and parties. I also ended up working with his best friend. Aaron decided we should start hanging out on purpose. We went out on Valentine's Day and he asked me to be his girlfriend on February 16, 2009." The Proposal "For our engagement, Aaron secretly took my parents to dinner months before our 4 year anniversary and asked for their blessing. He made a Facebook group with our close friends and family to invite them to Grimaldi's to celebrate after he asked me. Aaron told me

we were going to dinner. When we got to the Waterway, he passed the restaurant and took me to a more secluded part. He said he wanted to take a walk with me. As we were walking, he acted like he noticed this little waterfall and asked if we could go look at it. When we got down by the waterfall, he said he had something to ask me and got down on his knee. Our best friends popped out from a hiding spot. They were recording my reaction! I wanted to call all of our friends and family after he asked, but they told me not to because it would take away from spending our time at dinner. We got to the restaurant and everyone was there to celebrate!" The Plans "We are getting married in July at April Sound in Montgomery. We both love being by the water so the venue was perfect. Our colors are yellow and grey. We are still planning a million things for it! We have very supportive family and friends and they are helping a ton!" Woodlands Bride / Spring 2014

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Kyle and Jordan Photography by Jonathan Ivy Photography

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Brandon and Katelyn

Photography by Leslie Cervantez Photography / Hair and Make up by Eliana Olivo

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Tara and David

Photography by Memories by Maryanne Photography

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STYLE GUIDE Photography: Memories by Maryanne Photography Venues: Woodlands Waterway Marriott and Ashton Gardens Hair and Makeup: Ali Lanning of Beauty by Ali


Jessica and Chet Photography by Jackie Ray Photography

STYLE GUIDE Photographer: Jackie Ray Photography / Venue: Olde Dobbin Station / Dress: Princess Bridal / Bridesmaid Dresses: Princess Bridal / Menswear: Men's Wearhouse / Rentals: Rent Some Vintage / Hair Stylist + Make up Artist: Jane and Co / Wedding Planner: Simply Jubilee / Florals: Petals by Design / Cake: Cakes By Blondie / DJ: LG Entertainment / Videographer: Pop Video


Inspiration:

Petal Patterns A oral motif is a fresh yet timeless look for your wedding

Floral wedding invitation by Tulip Invites

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The Lovely List Meet our lovely advertisers. Be sure to tell them you found them in Woodlands Bride. Visit our premier vendor guide at www.woodlandsbride.com/vendorguide to Ànd your perfect vendor.

Cakes Dream Cakes 1 Bridlewood Drive Conroe, TX 773 93 3 1-7 1 dreamcakesinc com

Catering Americas 1 Waterway Ave, The Woodlands, TX 773 1 3 7-1 9 cordua com/americas Crave Catering and Events, LLC 1 797cravecateringte as com

Magnolia Lake 1 Te as 3 Huntsville, TX 773 93 9 - 991 magnolia-lake com

Cinematography Bella Cinema 1 3-17 bellacinema com Wedding Fanatics 1 93 weddingfanatics com/

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Flowers A Di erent Bloom 1 3 Highway 1 Ste 1 1 Montgomery, TX 773 93 - 7 adi erentbloom com Carter's Florist 1 1 S Frazier Conroe, TX 773 1 93 7 -7 t carters com College Park Flowers 3 91 College Park Drive The Woodlands, TX 773 93 73- 7 collegepark owers net LZ Floral Keith Street, Spring, TX 77373 1 13- 1 wwwlz oral com The Blooming Idea 91 Budde Road Suite The Woodlands, TX 773 1 9 thebloomingideaevents com

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Invitations + Papers Tulip Invites karen tulipinvites com tulipinvites com

Jewelry Stella and DotElizabeth Greever stelladot com/sites/elizabeth

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Rehearsal Dinner Venues Buca di Beppo 19 7 I- South Conroe, TX 773 93 3 1bucadibeppo com Magnolia Lake 1 Te as 3 Huntsville, TX 773 93 9 - 991 magnolia-lake com

Venues April Sound Country 1 April Sound Blvd Montgomery, TX 773 93 -7 13 clubcorp com/Clubs/April-SoundCountry-Club Ashelynn Manor 7 Nichols Sawmill Road Magnolia, TX 773 1-33 ashelynnmanorcom Belle Rose Maison 1 33 Old Conroe Road Conroe, TX 773 93 3 1- 99 bellerosemaison com Heather's Glen E Phillips St Conroe, TX 773 1 93 1- 11 HeathersGlen com

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Contact us today and ask about your fresh Ă&#x20AC;rst anniversary cake

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Woodlands Bride Spring 2014  

Our Spring edition features a gorgeous Crush soda inspired styled shoot, tons of local couples and a gorgeous vintage real wedding.

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