Cohen house wedding

Ashley and Steven met at their alma mater, the University of South Carolina. Steven was the cute boy next door and they got to know each other at Gamecock tailgate parties and late night study sessions! After a season of cross-country moves, they landed in Houston, started new jobs and started planning their Cohen House wedding at Rice University. 

Next came their wedding at Palmer Episcopal Church in Houston, where they blended both of their Christian and Jewish traditions in a beautiful ceremony. Afterwards, family and friends gathered at the Cohen House for an epic Cinco de Mayo celebration! The Cohen House, built in 1927, is home to the Rice University Faculty Club and is one of the many architectural gems on the Rice University campus. Surrounded by stately Texas live oaks, the building has a warm ambience with carved tables, oriental carpets and grand fireplaces. The floor to ceiling windows display a gorgeous fountain and bring the outdoors inside! Elegant centerpieces adorned the space while Cinco de Mayo color and fun was a incorporated with maracas and a custom Photo Station backdrop!  After dinner, guests partied all night with Password Productions Band (and of course featured a dancing of the Jewish Hora). Congrats Ashley and Steven on your incredible wedding and beautiful start to your marriage!

A special thanks to all of the amazing vendors that helped make their big day so special!

Ceremony & Reception Venue: Palmer Episcopal Church & The Cohen House

Florals & Coordination: Blooms & Cheers

Cake: Susie’s Cake

Hair & Make Up: Adorne Artistry

Brides Dress Shop: David’s Bridal

Bridesmaids Dresses: Bella Bridesmaid

Band: Password Productions Band

Photo Booth: The Photo Station


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