Engagement & Wedding

Their wedding day started at Hotel Icon….


Nicole and Tyler got married in November with their wedding day starting at Hotel Icon in Downtown Houston Texas.  One of my favorite places to start a wedding day, it has so much to offer wedding photographers!

I made my way up to the Penthouse, where I found the normal bridal chaos.  Girls, snacks, makeup, hair, champagne, music, gifts – what else did I forget?  With a little sisterly help, Nicole transformed into the bride beautifully.  Quick show off to the girls, then off to Tyler for their private first look.

She was in the lobby of Hotel Icon when Tyler came in.  One of my favorite parts of any wedding day, so sweet.  After the tears and a little romantic dancing, we went all over Hotel Icon for their couple shots.  We met the entire wedding party back at the bar for some group pics then it was off to Avant Garden, on Westheimer, for the ceremony.

Mariana at Avant Garden had everything ready when we arrived!  We had a little bit of time for some quick shots before the ceremony started.  And what a lovely ceremony it was!  #saycheeseforgina

Getting Ready – Hotel Icon https://hotelicon.com/

Ceremony Location – Avant Garden https://www.avantgardenhouston.com/

Cake – Burges Bakery https://www.facebook.com/BurgeBakery/

Floral – Avant Garden, Mariana https://www.avantgardenhouston.com/

Hotel Icon

The Penthouse Bridal Suite
Hair & Makeup time
Gotta have a snack
Gotta hydrate
Almost ready!
The Bridal reveal to her girls!
The private first look.
A little help from the groom.
Bride & Groom shot.
Bride & Groom.
Penthouse Suite, Hotel Icon
Love on a rooftop, downtown Houston.   Hotel Icon
Quick kiss while waiting on the elevator.
The Cigar Room @hotelicon.
Got the guys away from the bar for a quick group shot.
Avant Garden, ready for the ceremony!
Last minute touch ups, bridal suite Avant Garden.

Avant Garden
Here comes the bride.

A Burges Bakery Cake
Burges Bakery
The Bride & Grooms table.
The Avant Garden Food Truck rocks!
Cypress Photo Campers
The rings.
Cutting some cake, but sneaking a kiss first.