THE CREATIVE CHATEAU BRIDALS
Houston film photographer Christine Gosch
This bridal session on film was meant to show off an effortless, elegant bridal look in one of the most elegant French architecture-inspired venues in Houston.
A particularly lovely/ unintentional side note about this session: there were a couple of beautiful floral arrangements from Maxit Flower Design at The Creative Chateau when we arrived for bridals, so it was really cool to be able to see how Courtney’s bridal style looked with each different arrangement. I love how the variety showcases how your entire look can change based on the style and color of florals you choose to invest in for your wedding.
Ok, so first things first: gown. Besides a wedding date and a venue, this is usually one of the first things to cross off your wedding to-do list. This Louvienne gown from Lovely Bride in Houston was the perfect dress to be photographed in The Creative Chateau. It’s simple & pretty traditionally inspired, but with modern touches. The illusion back with lace appliques and the buttons running down the center has such a stunning contrast and really makes the back of the gown the focal point, at least for me. To really show it off, Adorne Artistry did an effortless updo (and an amazing fresh faced makeup look) accompanied by an Erin Rhyne bridal hair accessory. The versatility of Erin’s pieces are amazing. They’re essentially wire-based vines and can be bent & styled into any shape you want them to be. In this case, the vine circled the updo.
If you’re getting married in Houston and are in the market for quality vendors, I can’t recommend this team more. I’ve worked with them all (listed + linked below) and can’t speak any higher of them. Thanks for following along, y’all! Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about this post.
Photographer: Christine Gosch | Venue: The Creative Chateau | Gown: Louvienne | Boutique: Lovely Bride, Houston | Hair and makeup: Adorne Artistry | Bridal hair accessory: Erin Rhyne | Florals: Maxit Flower Design | Film lab: The FIND Lab