David and Tiffany met in May of 2013 at the Kentucky Derby through mutual friends. They started a long distance relationship in DC and NYC and fell in love.
Long distance just wouldn’t do for this inseparable couple, so the two started a new adventure together in Houston in early 2014. In July of 2014, David planned a surprise trip to San Antonio for Tiffany’s birthday and was able to pull off the best surprise by proposing on the Riverwalk with the perfect ring!
The couple began planning their wedding right away and decided to have the celebration in Houston since their families were spread out across the country. One of their first orders of business was to select a wedding photographer, and after seeing the wonderful, rustic shots from their engagement shoot with Fernando, they knew they had made the right choice.
As Catholics, they knew they wanted to be married in the Catholic Church and decided on Holy Rosary Parish where they had been attending Mass since moving to Texas. They also asked David’s high school teacher, Father Jeff Johnson S.J., to marry them and make the ceremony that much more special. David’s love of baseball, and the couple’s goal to make this a unique wedding for travelers, led them to select Union Station at Minute Maid Park as their venue.
On the Big Day, Tiffany wore an ivory, lace, mermaid style gown and all of her bridesmaids wore long, teal gowns. The wedding party was large – 9 bridesmaids and 9 groomsmen – but the couple wanted to include all of their best friends from over the years and their siblings.
The hair and makeup team from Hayley & Co. helped the girls to look their absolute best.
Flowers by Floral Events were gorgeous and complimented the attire and the venues. Lewis Grell from LG Entertainment kept the party going all night. And the beauty and excitement of the day showed in all of the vibrant photos taken by Fernando Weberich and his team.
The couple honeymooned for a week in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico and reminisced about their fabulous wedding.