This next wedding is the gorgeous blend of natural wood details, gorgeous blooms, and pops of blush and grey throughout. Jessica and Jacob worked through their nerves and had one of the prettiest weddings at The Carriage House in Houston.
Not only was their wedding beautiful, but these two had the cutest first look ever, and it’s no wonder because the bride looked gorgeous in her Allure Bridals gown! See the rest of their heartfelt day below from Mychelle LeVan, and catch a closer look in the full gallery.
pushing through the nerves
From the bride: The day we had both been waiting for was finally here. The nerves were real. Each hour that went by while getting ready was bringing more and more jitters. We were both nervous on if everything would go smoothly and without a hitch. Would the caterer get here on time to set up the food? Would the flowers look good on the tables? All of these thoughts were racing through our heads and we couldn’t see each other to talk about our concerns….and then the moment came.
focusing on eachother
The moment where we were face to face on our wedding day, the nerves were gone, and pure happiness was now in its place. It is amazing how fast all the concerns can disappear when you lay eyes on the person you are going to spend the rest of your life with. It was suddenly apparent that all our concerns did not matter.
So much love
Nothing was going to ruin this day because this is the day that you gain a forever partner. After the first look, we were both ready to pledge our lives to one another and get this party started…literally. The reception after the ceremony was absolutely amazing! There was an amazing presence of love, life, and laughter. The reception ended with us running down a beautiful sparkler tunnel surrounded by all of our loved ones. It is truly such a blessing to begin this amazing chapter our of lives surrounded by so much love.
Curious what a beautiful wedding like this may cost you? The couple was kind enough to share their totals with us below!
HMUA total: $2500
Photo Booth: $400
Estimated total ~ $30K