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Montgomery County’s Premier Wedding Facility

chapel ceremonies • garden weddings • elegant receptions


200 East Phillips St. Conroe, Texas



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


5 CONFETTI INSPIRATION 6 HAUTE SPOTS Three great places to celebrate 9 FAIRY TALE ROMANCE featuring Lacey Peyton Photography 12 PIN YOUR PERFECT WEDDING CHECKLIST featuring Randi Lawrence Moore 14 PARTY PLANNING Q+A featuring Ashley Fuentes. 16 IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Meet Mary McCarthy of The Blooming Idea

18 PAPER CRUSH featuring Tulip Invites 19 SHE SAID YES featuring local bride Megan Lichenstein 20 CREATING THE ULTIMATE DESSERT TRAY featuring Dream Cakes, Inc. 22 REAL ENGAGEMENT: Kim + Daniel by Jonathan Ivy Photography 24 REAL WEDDING: Morgan + Connor by Leslie Cervantez Photography 26 REAL WEDDING: Kelly + Michael by Photography by Niki

CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS Derrick Bryant Photography Jonathan Ivy Photography Lacey Peyton Photography Leslie Cervantez Photography Photography By Niki CONTRIBUTORS Ashley Fuentes Randi Lawrence Moore




SUBMISSION INQUIRIES We accept high quality submissions from professional photographers. For more information, visit www. ADVERTISING INQUIRIES Email Jessica Coleman at 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 first to receive a digital copy of our magazine. Visit to join today!

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"There is no greater reward on this earth than to serve others. Words cannot describe what an honor it is to share my gift from God with amazing clients who are loving and kind people. Which is why I cherish the time I have with my clients. Our sessions are fun and intimate and we really get to learn about one another. In the end, it is so much easier photographing a friend and there are no barriers in front of the camera. We can laugh and be ourselves." If you are interested in setting a consultation, please take the time to chat with her about your big day. She'd love to hear from you. Woodlands Bride / Winter 2013


Happy Holidays PHOTO Kasey Lynn Photography

'Tis the season... for sparkle, shine and party time! The holiday season is a festive and glamorous time of year but let's be real, it can also be a stressful time! That is why we've dedicated this edition of Woodlands Bride (our second issue!) to Planning the Ultimate Celebration in Montgomery County. We rounded up our little black book of party professionals to give you event planning tips, party inspiration and pretty things to stare at - to guide you in the planning process. Did you know "engagement season" is upon us? That's right, December is considered the most popular month for getting engaged followed closely by February. There's Christmas, New Year's and Valentine's Day back-to-back and the perfect excuses to celebrate life and love. Put it all together and it truly is the most wonderful time of the year...for an engagement! If perhaps you are newly engaged (or secretly hoping this is your engagement season), we recommend you check out our "Pin Your Perfect Wedding" feature where you'll find some good advice for beginning the planning process on Pinterest. And we encourage you to visit our website,, for even more daily inspiration! Lastly, I thought I'd share with you what I'm lovin' this season... black + white stripes. These sassy colors and pattern can effortlessly make your event classy and chic! What do you think? Ready to join the party? As you flip through this issue and see something you like or want to share in the magazine, simply use the hashtag #WBPartyIssue. Have a very merry planning season!

Candice Fitzgerald Assistant Editor

PHOTO CREDIT: LEFT Cassandra Castaneda / RIGHT Jessica Frey Photography


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Confetti Monogram Muslin Party Bags These cute little muslin bags are perfect for your event! Hand painted with your initial of choice in a wide range of colors. You can purchase them in sets of 5, or other quantities as needed. Find it: Go Against The Grain at shop/GoAgainstTheGrain Indie Chic Bow Tie It features Indie chic woven blue fabric by Riley Blake and comes ready to wear. It has an adjustable neck strap with slide and closure. Find it: Rose is a Rose Designs at shop/RoseisaRoseDesigns

win it

Visit our blog to find out how!

Confetti Cupcake Vanilla cake with fun confetti sprinkles inside topped with vanilla buttercream all rolled in more confetti sprinkles -an everyday favorite! Find it: Order online at www.FrostBakeShoppe. com or at their shop located at 6777 Woodlands Pkwy #304. Confetti Necklace Who doesn't love confetti? Throwing confetti in the air is sure to bring a smile to your face. Just like a handful of colorful confetti, this namesake necklace will bring joy to you and your outfit. Find it: Confetti by Annette at www.

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Haute Spots Engagement + Shower Venues in Montgomery County It’s that time of year‌.for parties! Your calendar is probably filling up and your to-do list is getting longer by the minute. Perhaps you are in party planning mode yourself and would love a little push in the right direction from the professionals - those whose job is to create a flawless event for you and your guests. We have


Buca di Beppo

Have your party at Buca di Beppo for the full experience! Buca di Beppo is an Italian restaurant with excellent, group menus served family style. They offer private dining options with complimentary private rooms. Buca di Beppo is a great place to celebrate engagement parties, bridal showers and rehearsal dinners as well as other events, like holiday parties! For off-site catering, the restaurant has simply amazing price points for those looking for casual, buffet service and desires the same great menu items found in the restaurant. Contact: 19075 I-45 South, Conroe, Texas, 77385 (936) 321-6262 /


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the guide on where to party in Montgomery County as well as tips and advice from professionals from every aspect of the party planning process. If you find any of this guide useful then share, tweet or pin away using hashtag: #WBPartyIssue.


Pinot's Palette-The Woodlands

Pinot's Palette - The Woodlands is an upscale painting studio where you bring the wine and appetizers and they provide everything else. Get ready to be inspired by local artists who will guide you step-by-step through a featured painting. At the end of the night...leave with your own masterpiece! They are the perfect party place or venue rental for bridal parties, showers, girls' night out - or whatever other creative party you desire! Contact: Paint, Drink & Have Fun with Pinot's Palette! 3091 College Park Drive Ste #123 The Woodlands, Texas 77384 (936)-321-ARTS

6 Visit start-here to download our complete local venue guide.


Magnolia Lake is the perfect setting for you to sit back and enjoy your event.

Bernhardt Winery

For the wine lover, Bernhardt Winery is a lovely, intimate place to host your wedding, rehearsal dinner, bridal shower or bridal brunch. All of their wedding packages include a beautiful setting for an intimate wedding ceremony at the Tuscany styled winery on their lushly landscaped twelve-acre grounds and vineyard. Wedding ceremonies are generally conducted outside in their beautifully landscaped wedding center, overlooking rolling hills and valleys and shaded by century old native Pecan trees. The wedding ceremony or event can also be conducted inside the winery surrounded by barrels and wine tanks, lavishly decorated with flowers and plants, creating a very unique setting. Contact: 9043 County Road 204 Plantersville, TX 77363 (936) 894-9829

Our venue will provide you and your guests with an original and unforgettable experience!

Photos by Butch Ireland Photography


Rehearsal Dinner Ceremony Reception Decorating

2001 Hwy 30 East Huntsville, TX

936.294.0991 Woodlands Bride / Winter 2013



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Fairytale Romance

Fairy tales are timeless stories that have touched the heart and sparked the imagination of every generation. Since 1854, Hodge Podge Lodge has been nestled among the century old Pecan and Oak trees in the heart of Montgomery. While so much of the world has changed around it, this quaint little home has remained a timeless classic that feels like home on your very first visit. Nicola Weems assembled her dream team to bring this stunning, fairytale-inspired shoot to life.

PHOTOS Lacey Peyton Photography / VENUE Hodge Podge Lodge / PROP + DECOR Sweet Tea & Linen / HAIR + MAKEUP Anna Delong / FLORIST Gilmore's Florist / CATERING Crave Catering / DRESS Colletti Threads / PAPERS + INVITATIONS Jo's Paper Kitchen / HORSE Misty Brinkley / MODELS Kristen Reneau + Cole Peyton Woodlands Bride / Winter 2013


"The history of the house, having been built in 1854, as well as the quaint charm, seem to transport you back to another time. The garden area in the back, as well as the old world patio seem the stuff of fairytales, and that is how my idea for a modern, fairytale shoot was born. I wanted to incorporate subtle hints to the fairytale theme (apples, the candelabra, the horse) yet still bring a modern and fun feel (the lawn games, the couple lounging and having a drink, ect.) to the photos." -Lacey Peyton, Lacey Peyton Photography



perfect wedding C H E C K L I S T

Photography by Kasey Lynn Photography

Bridal Fashion ♡ Dresses You Love ♡ Veils ♡ Shoes ♡ Accessories ♡ Make up ♡ Hair styles f Tip: Make this a secret

board to keep your dress + appearance a secret from guests and of course, the groom!

Wedding Party Fashion ♡ Bridesmaid Dresses ♡ Bridesmaid Shoes ♡ Maids' Accessories ♡ Hair styles ♡ Flower Girl Dress ♡ Groom/Groomsmen Fashion ♡ Ring Bearer f Tip: If you are allowing the bridesmaids to choose their own dress or style, allow them to pin on this board. This will keep everyone on the same page about the "look."

Flowers ♡ Bride Bouquet ♡ Bridesmaid Bouquets ♡ Boutonnieres ♡ Corsages/Wristlets for MOB + MOG ♡ Flower Girl Flowers ♡ Ceremony Flowers ♡ Reception Centerpieces

Invitations + Papers ♡ Save The Dates ♡ Invitations ♡ Programs ♡ Sign In Book Ideas ♡ Thank You Cards ♡ Table Numbers ♡ Menu ♡ Straw Flags ♡ Free Printables f Tip: Hire a wedding

Photos You Love ♡ Engagement Poses ♡ Wedding Day Poses f Tip: Pin some ideas but

Cake ♡ Wedding Cake ♡ Grooms Cake ♡ Cake Topper

Registry ♡ Online Registry Accounts

brander to keep a consistent, clean theme in your wedding papers.

Decor ♡ Ceremony Looks ♡ Reception Decor ♡ Photobooth Ideas ♡ Sweet Stations ♡ Gift Table ♡ Guest Book Table ♡ Tablescapes ♡ Details You Love

Gift Ideas ♡ Bridesmaid Gifts ♡ Groomsmen Gifts ♡ Parent Gifts ♡ Hostess Gifts ♡ Guest Favors

be careful not to spend your day trying to recreate photos from other people's weddings. Trust your photographer to do what they do best: capturing real moments in amazing ways.




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 first five things a bride should do after the big knee drop. FIRST The first 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.

Vendor Websites ♡ Everytime You Choose a Vendor, Pin their Website. It puts their contact info at your fingertips. f Tip: If you don't have a wedding planner, share this board with a close friend so that if something goes ary, they can contact a vendor without alarming you on your wedding day.

Honeymoon ♡ Outfits ♡ Items to Pack ♡ Things to Do


Follow Woodlands Bride on Pinterest for tons of inspiration.

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! 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. FOURTH The fourth thing a bride should do is set a preliminary guest list. A good guest list also helps to create a flawless 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 fiancé. My advice is to create a vision board with your fiancé 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. She has also been featured in several print and online publications and we are excited that she is bringing her expertise to The Woodlands. Randi Lawrence Moore Weddings is a full service luxury destination wedding planning experience dedicated to full wedding planning and helping brides have a stress free wedding planning experience. Woodlands Bride / Winter 2013



PARTY PLANNING Q+ A with Event Solutions Q: What is the etiquette for


planning the rehearsal dinner? Who should plan and pay for it? -Charlotte from Magnolia

A: Rehearsal dinners can be as casual or formal as you want them, and you don't have to break the bank either! Traditionally, the rehearsal dinner is hosted by the groom's parents. It is important to work with them while planning the rehearsal dinner so they know what you want and like. Sometimes, the groom's parents like to do the rehearsal dinner as a surprise to the couple. In this case, your involvement may be very little to none, as they want to give you a party in your honor without you doing any of the work!

I'm on the fence about whether to have an engagement party or not. What advice would you give for making an engagement party fun and worthwhile? -Jenna D. from Conroe

A: An engagement party is all about

celebrating the fact that you said yes! Having an engagement party is not a required part of having a wedding, but they are a great way to have a less formal, fun event with all your friends and family. Usually engagement parties are hosted by a close family friend or a parent. Use your engagement party to get photos with your fiance for the wedding; you can also have fun indoor or outdoor

for all of lifes special events!


Keri Ann


Photo: Kelley Craig Photography


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games for everyone. For instance, corn hole, horse shoes, and others can be a fun way to have your guests interact with each other. At one of our most recent engagement parties, the couple had a DIY photo booth, two outdoor games, and their favorite food and drinks. At the wedding they used some of the photos from their photo booth and they made each of the groomsmen their own corn hole game as a gift. It was a fun memory for all of their guests!


What are some tips for planning a bridal shower on a budget? -Megan P. from The Woodlands

A: Planning a bridal shower on a

budget is definitely doable! First, determine who you want to invite. The guest list will determine how large of a space you will need. If you are at 20 or less, you can most likely have this in someone's home. Having it at a home will help save a lot of money! Second, is someone hosting the party for you? Traditionally a bridal shower is hosted by a bridesmaid (or all your bridesmaids), an extended family member or a co-worker. If you have co-hosts, they can split the costs of the party which will help save money in the long run. Third, what will be offered during the party? Set a time which is not during a peak meal time. For instance, having a party at 7pm will most likely

tell your guests to expect to be fed a meal. But if you have your shower at 3pm, you can simply offer small appetizers or snack style foods. You can also offer a signature cocktail or a "mock"tail if you don't want to have alcohol. Having one specialty drink will help cut back on costs.

ABOUT My name is

Ashley Fuentes and I am the owner of Event Solutions. After years of planning parties and events for family and friends, I decided that wedding and event planning was truly my calling! I wanted to create a

company that would include all the things I love about planning weddings and events - being creative, interacting with others, putting my best skills to work, and producing amazing weddings and events for couples just like you! So, in 2007, I created Event Solutions. I have 6+ years experience in the wedding planning industry, plus 10+ years experience working in a bakery, and 15 combined years of experience in customer service.

Visit our blog at for the full Q+A with Event Solutions.

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with Mary McCarthy of The Blooming Idea Photography by Derrick Bryant Photography

The Blooming Idea has been a favorite wedding flower shop for Woodlands Brides for 11 years. Their popularity has allowed them to expand their business from their original shop on Ashlane to include a new event center on Budde Road. Mary McCarthy, owner, holds a Texas Master Florist Advance Certification. Recently, McCarthy was inducted into the American Institute of Floral Design, the highest certification a florist can earn. WB: Tell us about your new shop. MM: We have expanded from 1800 square feet to over 4,000 square feet. Our new location allows us to be more event-centered. We have more room to display our rental items such as our arches, hoopas, and table top rentals.


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WB: What are some of your favorite winter florals? MM: Roses, they are available in so many colors. Winter greens and snowberries. I love mixing in crystals. WB: What are some trends you are predicting for the upcoming wedding season? MM: We were just at a training and they were showing us a "Rockabilly" trend. It is very 1950s and 1960s inspired with skulls. Very interesting. We will also see more Gatsby-inspired weddings with the popularity of the new movie and Downtown Abby. WB: What would you recommend a bride splurge on for her flowers? MM: Her bouquet! It should always be filled with her favorite flowers.



Budget 10-15% of your total budget for flowers. -Mary McCarthy, The Blooming Idea

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Set the mood for your party with an invitation worthy of your posh soiree. Karen Thomas of Tulip Invites allowed us to peek at some of the chic invites from her studio.


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with local bride Megan Lichenstein

Photography by Derrick Bryant Photography

Meet bride-to-be, Megan. She’s the Event Specialist for The Woodlands Convention & Visitors Bureau. When she’s not busy with work and events, she prefers being with family and friends and enjoys pampering herself. Now with a wedding on the horizon, most of her free time is spent getting into wedding dress shape! The Story "Trent and I met in junior high at Knox. We had classes together and had mutual friends, but did not take notice of one another until the summer of 2005 before our senior year of high school. We were participating in a pep rally at Market Street to kick off the upcoming school year. He was sitting with the rest of his football team watching us cheerleaders perform. We locked eyes several times throughout

that day and ended up talking for quite a bit after the event. We made plans to hang out that night and have been inseparable ever since!" The Engagement "We were in Oklahoma on vacation for a couple of weeks. Trent grew up going to Lake Tenkiller with his family so it’s always been a special place for them. This trip, we invited our close friends to stay with us. For my birthday, everyone got ready and Trent drove the pontoon boat to an island in the middle of the lake. When it came time for gifts, my friends told me I needed to turn around so they could “get it ready.” When I finally turned around, my friends and Trent’s mom were holding individual signs that read “Will… You… Marry…” with Trent in front of them on one knee holding a “Me?” sign, presenting me with the most beautiful ring I’ve ever seen." ...continued on page 31

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The Ultimate Dessert Party Tray with Dream Cakes

Create your custom party tray with Dream Cakes Inc. Choose from the bakery’s famous cake balls in assorted flavors, homemade cookies, dessert bars, mini pies or pound cake, just to name a few favorites.


Vanilla, Lemon, Amaretto, Red Velvet, Oreo, Chocolate, Coconut Pecan, White Chocolate Raspberry


he team of professional bakers at Dream Cakes Inc. specializes in custom wedding cakes made with extra care and attention to ensure the cake matches your personality and style. You can choose from several flavors of cakes, fillings and icing and all of your desserts are made using the finest, natural, and wholesome ingredients. Your cake will not just be gorgeous to look at, it will also be delicious.

Photo by Kasey Lynn Photography

Contact us today and ask about your fresh first anniversary cake!

16062 Bridlewood Rd. Conroe, TX 77384


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Shop: (936) 321-7051 Cell: (713) 504-2253


Pecan, Lemon, Raspberry



Running out of dessert is a hostess's nightmare. Order 2-3 pieces per guest to be sure you have enough. -Edit Faris, Dream Cakes Inc.


Chocolate Cream, Key Lime ABOUT


Chewy Chocolate Chip, Pecan, Cinnamon Crinkle

Dream Cakes owner, Edit Faris, creates gorgeous wedding cakes and confections, all made from natural ingredients. View their menu at www.dreamcakesinc. com or call (936) 321-7051 to schedule a consultation.

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Kim and Daniel Photography by Jonathan Ivy Photography

Kim + Daniel’s casual and colorful outdoor engagement session was taken at the Mercer Arboretum in Spring, on a beautiful winter day.

The Story

“He asked me to marry him at his parents’ house over Thanksgiving. We had just landed in Lubbock, his hometown, and his parents had decorated their living room to his specifications (flowers, candles, and tons of pictures of us). He asked me to marry him there, and about an hour later, surprised me again by flying my parents and my best friend into town to celebrate with us that evening.� -Kim


Morgan and Connor Photography by Leslie Cervantez Photography

The Story Morgan and Connor met in government class at The Woodlands High

School. They continued dating during their time at Texas A&M and one night, Connor dropped to one knee at their special date spot-The Woodlands Waterway.

Memorable Moments

I cried two times before the wedding even started: my first look with my dad and reading Connor's letter to me before the wedding. -Morgan

STYLE GUIDE PHOTOGRAPHER Leslie Cervantez Photography / CEREMONY VENUE Christ Church United Methodist / RECEPTION VENUE Augusta Pines Country Club / OFFICIANT Rev. Marc Donaldson / FLORIST The Blooming Idea / HAIR + MAKE UP ARTIST Charmed by Tonya / BRIDAL GOWN Brickhouse Bridal / RINGS Shannon's Fine Jewelry / CAKE Virginia's Cakes and More / VIDEOGRAPHER Wedding Fanatics / TRANSPORTATION Monarch Limosines / DJ Space City DJs / FAVORS Frost Bake Shoppe / WEDDING PLANNER Susan Metzger

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Kelly and Michael Photography by Photography By Niki

STYLE GUIDE PHOTOGRAPHER Photography By Niki / CEREMONY VENUE United Methodist Church / RECEPTION VENUE The Marriott Waterway / WEDDING DRESS Parvani Vida Bridal / BRIDESMAID DRESSES Montage Bridal / GROOMSMEN ATTIRE Men's Warehouse / FLORAL DESIGNER Darryl and Co. / CAKE Kiss the Cook Cakes / VIDEOGRAPHER Paul Basile / TRANSPORTATION Waterway Cruiser / HAIR + MAKEUP Kathy Smith / BAND Password / WEDDING COORDINATOR Kayla McDaniel 28

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Celebration Inspiration

The couple wanted their wedding to be one fun party - and guests are still talking about it. The band "Password" kept everyone on the dance floor all evening long.

The Lovely List

Meet our lovely advertisers. Be sure to tell them you found them in Woodlands Bride. Visit our premier vendor guide at to find your perfect vendor.

Cakes 20 Dream Cakes 936-321-7051

Invitations + Papers Tulip Invites 17

Leslie Cervantez 24 Photography (713) 452-0009

Hodge Podge Lodge (936) 228-9290


Officiant Going to The Chaplain 8 713-822-4510

Photos by Niki 281-798-0702

Magnolia Lake 7 936-294-0991

Crave 18 281-797-0262 Favors + Gifts Chocolate Punch 16 281-687-5142 Flowers The Blooming Idea 281-292-4546


Hair + Makeup Makeup by Keri Ann 713-775-5659


16 The Primp Bar 16 832-814-1800

Parties + Showers Pinot's Palette 14 936-321-ARTS Woodlands Photographers Derrick Bryant 20 Photography 281-799-8288

Jonathan Ivy 22 Photography (281) 224-1937

Kasey Lynn Photography



Ruddock Photography 17

Rentals Rent Some Vintage 16 281-827-1049


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The Woodlands Resort 8 866-317-4719 Wedding Planners Randi Lawrence 5 Moore Weddings 1-888-871-8953

Venues April Sound Country 21 936-588-7213 April-Sound-Country-Club

Your First Home C4 Realty 19 832-655-6006

Heather's Glen 2 936-441-6611

Joey Dawson, RE/MAX 15 Northwest 832-515-8203

...continued from page 19 The Plans Like most guys, Trent has been very open to most of the ideas I’ve had for the wedding. We’ve picked a date, September 2014, proposed to our bridal party and chosen our colors - navy and coral pink. We will maintain a classic theme for the ceremony, but I plan to include some modern and whimsical elements here and there at the reception.

We will exchange vows in front of 200 friends and family members at The Woodlands United Methodist Church in the Robb Chapel. Our reception will be at The Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel and Convention Center. See Megan’s favorite wedding pins and more engagement photos from Derrick Bryant Photography at www. Woodlands Bride / Winter 2013


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