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Just Married Gladys and Philip at The Courthouse Wedding Chapel, Houston, Texas


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Gladys and Philip were married on 12/13/2014, the last consecutive date for this century at The Courthouse Wedding Chapel. The couple opted for a spiritual ceremony. hey were surrounded by family who also vowed to them through their journey. The wedding was live streamed to family and friends who could not make it to the wedding. Congrats to you both. Many blessing for the future.

Just Married! Carla and Russell at The Courthouse Wedding Chapel

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Carla and Russell tied the knot at The Courthouse Wedding Chapel in Houston before their Destination Wedding. Surrounded by family it was very moving but Short. Simple and Sweet!  So happy we could be a part of their day. Now they can relax and enjoy the rest of their lives Twogether in Texas! Many Blessings Carla and Russell ! #engaged #destinationwedding #courthouseweddingstyle

Just Married! Eke and Martijn at The Courthouse Wedding Chapel 11-14-14

 

EkemartijnEke and Martijn were married with a Spiritual Ceremony highlighted by a full recap of their relationship to this point. All done in Dutch for their family and friends who were watching their nuptials from Holland via The Courthouse Wedding Chapel T.V.  It was a very happy occasion, Simple, Sweet and Short. We wish them much happiness and many blessings..,

Just Married! Sharlecia and Jarrod by Chaplain Pat at Churrascos , Houston, Texas

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Sharlicia and Jarrod took advantage of The Courhouse Wedding Chapel’s #Mobile Minister service to conduct a Civil Wedding Ceremony surrounded by family and friends at Churrascos In Southwest Houston on the memorable date of 11/14/14.  We wish them much happiness as they start out on their journey together.  Many blessings ..

A Wedding Flower Guide

This wedding flower guide will help making planning your most special day just a little easier.

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When it comes to choosing wedding flowers, many brides may know the wedding flower they want in their own bouquet, but are a little mystified about the rest of the wedding flowers needed to fill out the ceremony and reception.

While you can leave all your wedding flower selections in the hands of a capable professional florist and get great results, you may want to take a more hands on approach. We hope this wedding flower guide will help making planning your most special day just a little easier.

Your first decision should be whether you plan to use a professional florist to create a wedding flower arrangement and bouquets, or if you’d rather visit a wholesale wedding flower retailer and order flowers to make your own bridal bouquets, boutonnieres and so forth.

If you are the creative type, a simple floral craft book will give you all the tips and tool lists necessary to create your own custom wedding flowers that reflect your personal style. It’s a good idea to purchase some flowers to practice with ahead of time to make sure you’ll be happy with your results. Whatever you decide, there are some standard traditions and suggestions to help make sure you’ve covered all your wedding flower needs.

Wedding Flower Guide

Wedding flowers for the church would include:

*Altar wedding flower arrangements
*Pew markers/decorations

Wedding flowers for the reception would include:

*Wedding flower arrangement for the bridal table.
*Table centerpieces
*Buffet table decorations

Wedding flowers for the bridal party would include:

*Bridal bouquet
*Small Bridal bouquet to toss
*Groom’s boutonniere
*Maid/Matron of Honor bouquet
*Bridesmaid bouquets
*Best Man boutonniere
*Groomsman boutonnieres
*Flower Girl bouquet or petal basket
*Mother of the Bride/Groom corsages
*Father of the Bride/Groom boutonnieres
*Step-parent corsages/boutonnieres
*Grandparent corsages/boutonnieres

A Few Extra Wedding Flower Tips

* Maid/Matron of Honor wedding bouquets should be slightly more elaborate or in a different color shade than the rest of the bridesmaid wedding bouquets.

* The Best Man boutonniere should be slightly more elaborate than the rest of the groomsmen boutonnieres.

* The corsages/boutonnieres for the parents should differ slightly from the step-parents, and all grandparent corsages/boutonnieres should be
different as well. It makes it easier for guests to keep track of who’s who.

* Wedding flower arrangements from the church can be transferred to the reception hall for double duty.

* Bridesmaid wedding bouquets could be set in waiting vases and used as decoration for the bridal table.

Remember, these are just wedding flower guidelines. When it comes to your special day, your wedding flower selections and arrangements should reflect your personal taste and style. You can keep things simple or get as elaborate as you like, as long as your wedding flowers help you create the perfectly romantic wedding day you’ve always dreamed of.