Styled Shoot: "Modern Fairytale" at The Gallery in Houston, TX


In the middle of downtown Houston lies a stunning venue complete with exposed bricks and ivy covered walls. Surrounded by tall buildings and lots of traffic, this beautiful escape is like a dream come true for a bride who wants the location but not the feel of downtown. I immediately fell in love with the stone railing around the upper courtyard and just knew we had to bring a fairytale inspired shoot to life. From the oversized gold framed escort card display to the long-sleeved bridal gown, this shoot is definitely what every princess dreams of. The neutral color palette kept it clean and modern while the abundance of greenery and gold accents created a whimsical look. The letterpress and foil invitations along with the lace details really made this shoot one for the books!

See the amazing shoot featured on The Every Last Detail blog here....


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Photographer: Eden Grey Photography // Venue: The Gallery // Planning & Design: Heather Benge Events // Florist: F. Dellit Designs // Gown: Houston Bridal Gallery // Hair & Makeup: Makeup & Hair by Heather // Linens: Elegant Beginnings Inc. // Cake: For Heaven’s Cake // Stationery: Dancing Pen & Press // Model: Osmara Rojas

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