Diana and Edward’s definition of fun can be described in one word…dancing, and dancing their guests did. Their rehearsal dinner was hosted by a close friends residence in the Museum district. WV’s Event Services set up a tent in the backyard ready with lounge furniture to allow guests to move in and out of the home even with a little rain. Inside El Tiempo Cantina provided guests with cocktail quesadillas, tamales, cheese enchiladas, beef and chicken fajitas and of course margaritas. The bride’s mother and dear friend, made traditional Mexican Wedding Cookies, biscochos, that guest nibbled on after dinner. Mariachi Imperial entertained the guest as they danced the night away. No amount of rain would be able to stop this party.
With a morning filled with cloudy skies and a chance of rain, Diana and Edward wanted nothing more than to be married outside in the courtyard at Brennan’s of Houston. As the day went on Blush and Co. provided hair and make-up to Diana, her mother and the lovely bridesmaids. Meanwhile, at Brennan’s, Blooming Gallery was bringing the outside garden feel indoors with manzanita trees, flowers and greenery everywhere. As guest arrived and the clouds in the sky grew darker, Brennan’s of Houston and Occasio Productions had one mission, to have the ceremony outdoors per the couple’s request. We decided to start the ceremony a little early as we didn’t know how the weather would hold out. Thanks to Judge Cabaniss the ceremony went beautifully and smoothly. Solaris Studios captured the most striking moment as the ceremony finished, the sun came out to celebrate the newly Mr. and Mrs. Blizzard. As guest made their way upstairs they were greeted by butler passed Tasso Shrimp, Petit Crab Cakes, Venison Empanadas and Mousse and Caviar Brioche. Diana and Edward made an entrance as they danced their first dance to Fly Me to the Moon, by Frank Sinatra. The Doppelganger Band moved guests as the night went on. The night was nothing short of spectacular as guest danced, dined and dazzled on this celebratory evening.
Xoxo- Myrla Vanegas