A Modern Outdoor Wedding in Houston, TX

The Bride  Julie Morris, 24, a concierge at The Carlyle Residences The Groom Trey Ordoñez, 25, an assistant editor at 44 Blue Productions The Date Mar

The Bride Julie Morris, 24, a concierge at The Carlyle Residences The Groom Trey Ordoñez, 25, an assistant editor at 44 Blue Productions The Date March 5 A modern yellow and gray color palette updated Julie and Trey’s spring garden wedding. Personalized details like monogrammed chair signs and an artsy cake balanced out the glamorous reception décor.

Simple bunches of white calla lilies marked both sides of the aisle.
They danced to one of Julie’s all-time favorite songs: “All I Want Is You” by U2.
Trey’s white ranunculus boutonniere stood out among the yellow ones his groomsmen wore.
Julie felt comfortable on the dance floor in gray ballet flats topped with rosettes.
Guests waved sparklers as Julie and Trey made their way to the getaway car.
Delicate yellow forsythia can be a showstopper when displayed en masse and it added a natural mod look to the room.
Some tables were topped with lemon-filled vases surrounded by trios of white tulip arrangements for a sleek, elegant look.
The couple took communion from a yellow glass goblet.
The topper, a figurine based on the famous painting The Kiss by Gustav Klimt, inspired the cake’s design.
Chairs were arranged in a circle surrounding the draped huppah that Julie’s mom and brother made for the occasion.
With some help from her bridesmaids, Julie made the programs using yellow card stock, stamps and black ink.
White asters with yellow centers, yellow tulips and ranunculus were a natural match for the girls’ cheerful chiffon gowns.
Julie held a round, all-white bouquet of ranunculus, hydrangeas and calla lilies for a classic look.
Hanging initials crafted by Julie’s mom decorated Julie’s and Trey’s chairs. The style of the letters matched their personalities.
Using a gray and yellow color palette gave their floral invitation design a contemporary edge.