Lake Conroe Wedding
Lake Conroe Wedding. Shamone and Brian’s winter wedding in Lake Conroe, Texas, was anything but cold. From start to finish, their special day featured a plethora of details that all seamlessly came together for a truly warm, timeless and romantic design. One single detail didn’t go untouched as these two said “I do.”
Shamone was the definition of a blushing bride, indeed, with her pink heels – featuring pink bow accents – statement jewelry and stunning engagement ring.
Her bouquet featured burgundy, pink, and white blooms that offered subtle contrast to her gown.
Shamone chose an utterly sophisticated wedding gown that featured sheer three-quarter length sleeves with lace accents at the elbows. The sheer neckline gave way to a fit-and-flare silhouette with a beaded belt. She accessorized with a dainty birdcage veil and couldn’t have looked any more breathtaking.
Her bridesmaids wore long dark red dresses and carried bouquets teeming with white hydrangea and gold baby’s breath.
Her maids-of-honor wore lace champagne dresses and carried bouquets with white and pink roses and dark red carnations for contrast.
The groomsmen were all clad in black tuxedos with vests and bow ties and donned white rose boutonnieres. Brian looked handsome in his own black tuxedo with a black vest and long tie.
Brian was all smiles as his bride made her way down the aisle with her maids-of-honor on each side.
They exchanged vows, rings, and kisses before a loving congregation of family and friends. And after the ceremony was complete, they were ready to celebrate in style.
Guests were greeted with a handwritten sign made from a framed mirror and found their seats from a "find your seat" display fashioned from another antique mirror.
The bride and groom enjoyed custom menus at their sweetheart table that was not only sentimental but will serve as a wonderful keepsake for years to come.
Centerpieces throughout the reception featured large white hydrangeas, gold baby’s breath, deep red carnations, blush pink roses and assorted greenery. Small vintage pink votives added a touch of softness.
Other centerpieces included floating candles in clear vases, along with custom table numbers, and white hydrangea bells paired with gold baby’s breath for an extra touch of sparkle at the evening reception.
Their two-tier naked cake was a huge hit with guests. It featured a pineapple and strawberry filling, along with a light touch of vanilla buttercream, and was accented with flowers.
For a personalized touch, dainty cupcake toppers added a sweet note to the extra desserts that followed on the dessert table.
Under the stunning chandeliers, Brian and Shamone enjoyed their first dance as husband and wife.
They soon cut their cake and took in the evening behind the romantic glow of candlelight, basking in the celebration of their love.
This Lake Conroe wedding had guests feeling warm and cozy, for every detail seamlessly flowed to the next without interruption. This sweetheart couple infused their love into a flawless day that will kindle a fire in their hearts for years to come.
Photography- Shara JoPhotography Planning and Design- Tamarah Smith with Tammy's Table Floral Design- Elaine Johnston with Ejohnston Designs Calligraphy- Table Numbers & Custom Bride and Groom Menus - In Loft Calligraphy Sweetheart Wedding Cake- Dolce Designs White Mojito Table Linen - House of Hough Venue- Waterpoint Premier Lakeside Venue Custom Guest Book- Fern and Pine Sweetheart Table Plates- Anthropologie