This chateau Houston wedding sent to us by Leighanne Herr Photography is a wedding blogger's dream. As a wedding planner herself, the bride incorporated so many gorgeous details that makes sharing it so easy! First off, this bride had me at her sparkly Kate Spade sneakers! Then she emerged in that gorgeous ballgown dress and I almost couldn't take it. Add in a handsome groom and his wooden bow-tie, fresh, organic florals, and the stunning Chateau Polonez as the backdrop to it all, and you have got one amazing affair. There's even more to drool over in the gallery.

From En Vogue Events...We always love wedding days, but when the big day is for one of our own En Vogue ladies, it's even more exciting! En Vogue coordinator Brittni married the man of her dreams, Cameron, at Chateau Polonez on April 8, and we were so thrilled to be a part of it! The high school sweethearts invited 250 of their family and friends to share in their celebration. The ceremony was held indoors, in front of a large window wall, looking out at the venue's beautiful grounds. The start of the aisle was marked with tall candlesticks wrapped in greenery, while lanterns lined the walk to the altar. Cameron and his groomsmen walked down the aisle in navy suites with handcrafted, wooden bow-ties from Two Guys Bow Ties . Brittni chose ivory tulle skirts for her bridesmaids and had each girl pick a different navy top. Bridesmaids also got to pick out their favorite pair of Keds to wear, while the bride chose a fabulous, sparkly, gold Kate Spade pair for herself. As Brittni made her grand entrance, escorted by her father, she stunned in a lace and tulle ball gown with blush tones from Allure Bridals. She carried a very natural bouquet, heavy with greenery, and affixed with a pearl earring worn by her mother on her wedding day, and a purple brooch belonging to her maternal grandmother, who recently passed away. The ceremony was made even more special because it was performed by the groom's cousin. Reception centerpieces alternated between tall candlesticks and lanterns, each surrounded by greenery and accented with blush and ivory floral. Navy was brought into the reception through the napkins and specialty linens for the sweetheart and dessert tables. The wedding cake was a naked cake, dressed up with flower blooms and a wooden initial topper. The groom's cake, which was incredibly real looking, but made entirely of edible items, Yeti cooler, filled with beers and ice, and surrounded by fishing gear. For another sweet treat, a dessert table was set up, filled with a display of candy and baked goods made by the bride's family. After dinner, guests were treated to a performance by one of the groomsmen who sang "All of Me" by John Legend. Guests danced the rest of the night away, and ended the amazing evening with a sparkler exit for the new Mr. and Mrs.!