An elegant summer wedding was the perfect choice for two Georgia transplants Ivy and Tanner who picked Texas to settle down in after graduating from the University of Florida! Since the pair haven’t lived in Houston very long, most of their guests traveled across the country to be there for the special day. The on-site accommodations at Arrowhead Hill made for the perfect weekend stay for all their family and friends. The venue’s cottages allowed the couple to spend more time with their partygoers, which was very important to them since they had to limit their guest list due to COVID-19. Plus, all 75 guests were invited to the rehearsal dinner at their venue as well in a warm, intimate evening full of love from all sides, making Ivy and Tanner’s wedding weekend truly one to remember. Planned by Love Birds & Co., their light and airy August affair didn’t miss a beat with delicate décor and sweet vintage style all around. Ivy got glammed up by the team at Etoilly Artistry along with all her girls and before they knew it, the party had begun! Ivy and Tanner said “I do” in a summer chic wedding celebration that involved their favorite people and even their fur babies who posed for some of the cutest portraits we’ve ever seen! Scroll through their gallery below to see some of the beautiful bespoke wedding details that had our jaws on the floor. Plus, read on for a note from the bride about what she learned from the whole wedding planning process. Cheers to the new Mr. and Mrs. Jones!
From the bride: “All that really matters is the person you are marrying and the people there to support you! The memories you make with your friends, family and your significant other is all you have left after the day is over. Don’t sweat the small stuff and try to enjoy the process. It is super important to surround yourself with great vendors so that you are able to relax!”
Other Local Vendors: Arrowhead Hill, Lovely Bride, Bavarian Cakery, City View Catering, The Signature Eventx, Bramble & Bee, Madison Carter Photography, Ascot Diamonds, Derrick Drake