If you are looking for a summer wedding with French blue accents and bright pink summer florals, look no further than Christine and Juan’s big day. Christine and Juan’s wedding was two years in the making. The couple initially planned their wedding at the Boston Public Library in July 2020. However, the couple canceled due to Covid. Christine and Juan rescheduled their Boston wedding for June 2021. However, in April 2021, the couple received news that Boston’s restrictions would keep them from having the day they initially planned. Therefore, the couple decided to keep their June 2021 date and move the wedding to Houston. Two Be Wed helped the couple plan their beautiful day in just two months and took all the stress away.
On the morning of the day Christine had to wait two years for, she blissfully got ready with Butter Artistry surrounded by all her favorite women. Christine and Juan finally said, “I do,” with an intimate chapel ceremony. Outside the chapel, the wedding party, friends, and family greeted the couple as they exited as husband and wife. Following the ceremony, guests and the couple headed back to the Four Seasons Houston for a reception filled with French blue accents and bright pink florals. Christine and Juan proceeded straight into their first dance to Godspeed by Frank Ocean, the song that played when Juan proposed. Christine and Juan were over the moon, dancing the night away with Double Oak Events after two years of planning. Instead of a grand exit, Christine and Juan ended their night by thanking each guest. Keep scrolling to see more details below.
Christine and Juan’s Dream Wedding Maker:
“Lauren Ehly from Two be Wed. She made sure everything was just perfect in such a short amount of time. She took a stressful process of replanning and made it so enjoyable. It was truly better than we could’ve ever imagined!”
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