What a celebration, what a weekend, these two had. We knew it was going to be a blast when we first saw Chuck before the Nigerian wedding, and he gave us each the biggest bear hug. We spent three days with Olivia and Chuck and they made us feel like family. I loved the intimate feeling of their rehearsal dinner at Olivia’s parents’ home. And the wedding day itself was a huge blast, with a ceremony at the beautiful A.D. Bruce Religion Center Chapel at the University of Houston, and a fabulous party at one of our favorites, The Corinthian in Downtown Houston. As if an entrance lined with candelabras and a packed dance floor aren’t enough, throw in a cigar bar, food truck, and confetti canons, and you have one heck of a celebration for two amazing people.
Cinematography, PenWeddings | Photography, Phelan Marc House of Photography | Planning, Design & Florals, Momentos Event Design | Nigerian Wedding venue, The Millennium Hall | Ceremony venue, A.D. Bruce Religion Center | Reception venue, The Corinthian | Cake, Edible Designs by Jessie | Lighting, Phoenix Design Group | Catering, Jackson and Company | Rentals & Decor, Decor One Houston | Cigar Roller, J&J entertainment | Food Truck, D’luxe BBQ catering | Photo Booth, Say Cheese | Ceremony Music, Houston Boys Choir | DJ/MC, DJ Dontizil | Transportation, Sams Limos | Accommodations, Hotel Derek | Hair stylist, Alandra Sherman | Makeup artist, Brandi Holmes | Bride’s Gown & Veil, Inbal Dror from Carine’s Bridal Atelier | Bride’s Shoes, Christian Louboutin | Menswear, Tom Ford
Music, “Rise” by Tony Anderson and “Ordinary Love” by Ben Rector, licensed through The Music Bed.