June has been an interesting month for weddings!
Many couples, like Mike and Gina Moreno who married at Brady’s Landing, chose traditional waterfront or water view ceremonies. Others chose to display their own traditions and uniqueness within their ceremonies.
Arian and Romina Foster added a fun twist to the Sand Ceremony by pouring the sand onto the ground, instead of into the traditional containers, to create a rooftop beach scene for their special day.
At another ceremony, the bride and bridal party all wore camouflage attire, completing the look with boots and cowboy hats carrying bouquets of Bluebonnets.
Coco and Charles Hogue’s penguin-themed wedding at The Admiral brought today’s technology to the forefront when they paused to update their Facebook statuses to married after their pronouncement as husband and wife.
There were many surprise guests at David and Sloane Beadle’s Wharton wedding at The Orchard at Caney Creek. Minister Lynn Turner married Sloane’s sister, Nikki, and brother-in-law, Albert, in April 2001. She also married two of David’s friends, Eric and Lisa Blinn, in March 2002 at the Heights Fire Station. What a small and wonderful world! Sloane, the last in the family to be married, was walked down the aisle by her father, John, to a harpist’s music.
June was also the month for Bi-cultural wedding ceremonies, each rich in heritage and tradition. The Fort Bend Boys Choir walked in singing to begin Keith and Sadia Turner’s Muslim/Christian wedding at The Safari Texas Ballroom. The month also featured one Jewish/Christian ceremony and one Hindu/Christian wedding.
Many thanks to Tracey Baker of Sequence of Events, DJU Productions, 832 Photography, Natalie Dawley and Ashley Joseph of Two Be Wed, LE Entertainment, Divisi Strings, Morgan Lynn Photography, Who Made the Cake, Event House Invitations, Maharajah Restaurant, Prashe/Village Flowery, and Klockwork Band for their part in making June a beautiful month for all our Weddings Performed couples!