A Gardens of Bammel Lane Wedding in Houston, Texas

Stephanie and Brian chose The Gardens of Bammel Lane because they wanted a venue that was a blank canvas to create a unique, modern and romantic setti

Stephanie and Brian chose The Gardens of Bammel Lane because they wanted a venue that was a blank canvas to create a unique, modern and romantic setting.

An all-white mix of high and low centerpieces topped tables at the reception. The look was modern and unstructured, with calla lilies adding texture to the displays.
Sparkly black beaded peeked out from the petals of Stephanie's all-white rose bouquet.
Brian wore a single, fragrant magnolia on the lapel of his tuxedo.
The signature drink glasses doubled as escort cards, and had black sugar rims at the top.
With market lights glowing overhead, the couple exchanged vows under a gazebo draped with white chiffon and decorated with white flowers.
Stephanie wore her hair in a sleek updo, but kept her makeup mostly simple save for dramatic eyes and lashes.
The doors to the reception space were decorated with the couple's initials hanging from black ribbon.
The black programs sat on top of the white garden chairs at the ceremony.
All-white centerpieces of tulips, roses, carnations and stock were surrounded by square votives for a modern, yet romantic look.
Each tier of the white cake was a different shape, and decorated with edible pearls and a glittery L on top.
The couple worked with an Etsy designer to create the save-the-dates and invitation suite. The first initials of their names was the focal point of the design.
Stephanie's strapless, fit-and-flare gown had a ruched bodice and sweetheart neckline. A custom belt, made by her mother, completed the bridal ensemble.
Stephanie wanted a classic look and her tulle fit-and-flare gown was just the right balance of modern yet timeless.
A pair of cobalt Manolo Blahnik pumps was the perfect something blue for Stephanie's look.
After the outdoor cocktail hour, the couple and their guests headed inside the glass conservatory for dinner and dancing.
The couple paused for a kiss during their reception. I would suggest enjoying eery moment of your day, says Stephanie. It goes by so fast and you truly want to remember everything!
Brian proposed on New Year's Eve (just after the ball dropped!) with a gorgeous princess-cut diamond in a halo setting.
The couple exchanged vows outside under a gazebo that was decorated with white draping and flowers.
The reception was held in the glass conservatory, which was filled with flowers, candles and lights. The all-white decor was decidedly modern, and even included white chandeliers hanging from the glass ceiling.
The black menu cards were placed inside of folded napkins at each place setting.