Putting a chic spin on the timeless black-and-white color palette, Jessica and Jocelyn’s Houston wedding is ready to inspire.
It was at 5226 Elm where the festivities were held, with guests being requested to attend in the couple’s chosen color combination; only adding to the sleek aesthetic of the design.
The indoor/outdoor celebration began with a romantic outdoor ceremony. Black Chiavari chairs and bistro lights made up the simplistic setup, where the two brides exchanged their vows once the night sky fell recalling, “we wrote our own vows which ended up being very funny.”
The clean and modern design continued into the reception area with an acrylic cube table number display welcoming guests to their seats. “I loved the acrylic seating chart we had made. It was so different than anything I had ever seen,” mentioned the couple.
All-black tablescapes adorned with structured florals and glowing candlelight filled the room; all of which was inspired by the custom square dance floor where the two shared their first dance to Taylor Swift’s song, Lover. The candle wall displayed behind the head table was also an elegantly eye-catching touch!
A custom neon photo booth sign, signature drinks named after their maiden names, and a fajita buffet rounded out the cool details, with the brides surprising their guests with a delicious late-night snack from Whataburger.
If you love a contemporary style infused with fun touches, go ahead and let this day take your breath away!
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