A Charming Wedding in Houston, TX

The Bride Sarah Curkan, 26, a third-grade teacher at Baty Elementary School The Groom Lee Carter, 28, an investment associate at Teacher Retirement Sy

The Bride Sarah Curkan, 26, a third-grade teacher at Baty Elementary School The Groom Lee Carter, 28, an investment associate at Teacher Retirement System of Texas The Date April 29 Sarah visited Tiny Boxwood's, a nursery and café, several times without realizing that it hosted weddings. She and Lee stayed true to its charming garden feel with their colors and décor.

Ceremony and Reception Site: Tiny Boxwood's, Houston Photography: Eric Kelley Photography Consultant: Huckleberry Creative Officiant: Michael Heflin Gown: Tara Keely, Now & Forever Bridal Boutique, Houston Hair and Makeup: Lora Kelley Veil: Now & Forever Bridal Boutique, Houston Shoes: Something Bleu Wedding Rings: Bride: Rice Village Diamonds; Groom: Spexton Jewelry: Earrings, bracelet: Kate Spade New York Bridesmaid Dresses: J. Crew Formalwear: J. Crew; Groom's shoes: Cole Haan Stationery: Huckleberry Creative Chalkboard Artists: Fara and Rex Mohammad Flowers: Anna Clendennen/Huckleberry Creative Rentals: Aztec Events & Tents Catering and Cake: Tiny Boxwood's Music: Ceremony: Fernando Montoya; Reception: Space City Entertainment Transportation: Stamax Limousine & Town Car Service Accommodations: Magnolia Hotel Houston Honeymoon: Costa Rica Registries: Crate & Barrel; Macy's; Williams-Sonoma
Roses, hydrangeas, stock, ranunculus and peonies in yellow hues made for a garden-fresh bouquet.
Sarah and Lee added some quirk to their outfits with yellow bow-topped shoes and striped socks.
A chalkboard sign with the couple's names, silhouettes and wedding date greeted guests at the site.
Laid-back southern fare, like fried green tomatoes and pulled-pork sandwiches, kept dinner casual and fun.
An indoor-outdoor party without assigned seating kept the reception relaxed.
Sarah chose the flowers based on the wedding colors (yellow, ivory, green and light coral). Roses, hydrangeas, ranunculus and peonies were perfect.
Worried that they'd get too emotional reciting original vows, Sarah and Lee stuck to the traditional words.
Ceremony Décor
Details about the ceremony were printed on rolled scrolls tied with ribbon.
Lee looked funky and stylish in a yellow-plaid bow tie and oversize boutonniere.
Natural colors and fun fonts gave the invites plenty of personality, while colorful confetti inside added an extra wow factor.
In lieu of a traditional cake, the couple served individual layer cakes in glass jars.
Spray roses, wax flowers and dusty miller loosely wrapped in twin had a natural look.
Sarah wore her hair in a romantic, loose updo accented with a long veil.
Sarah let each of the girls choose her own dress style and shade of yellow.