Two Be Wed

State: Texas

Two Be Wed is a boutique wedding planning firm with exquisite attention to detail. We love that included in their listing how much they love and honor marriage, not just weddings!

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Two Be Wed is a boutique wedding consulting and event design firm. We respect and honor the institution of marriage, and fully understand the significance of the wedding celebration. This is your wedding, your day, your moment to shine. This once-in-a-lifetime event is a life statement, and it should be tailored to reflect the distinctive personality, style, and taste of the bride and groom. That’s why Two Be Wed consultants take the time to get to know you, your groom, and your unique relationship!

Name(s): Natalie Dawley, Danyett Baxter, Sava Sipe, Mallory Ferreira, Casey Fryar, Brianne Richardson, Maya Hisse, Melissa Garza, Abby Mejia, and Yvette Valdenegro
Things you’d write home to your Momma about: We are proud to have been featured in Houston Brides Magazine, Lucky Magazine, Paper City Magazine, and Brides Magazine, as well as on Style Me Pretty, the 7 Centerpieces Blog, and Ruffled. We’re also delighted to be a Blue Ribbon Vendor for Southern Weddings!
Where you call home: Houston, Texas
Location/coverage: We provide consulting services for Houston and Texas Hill Country as well as national and international clients.
Favorite thing about weddings in the South? Beautiful private estates and very gracious wedding professionals.
Favorite part of a wedding day? Any moment when I see the bride and groom soaking in all the love and support from their family and friends… I also love when they get a sneak peek of the reception and they get to see how all the design elements came together.
Best piece of advice that you can give a bride and groom: Respect your wedding budget and don’t go into debt for a wedding. That’s not the way to enter into a marriage, and no one wants to have buyer’s remorse on the day of their wedding.
Dream travel destination: South Africa or New Zealand
Favorite Southern city: Franklin, Tennessee (love that little town, and it’s full of antiques!). My husband and I lived there for the first year of our marriage.
Pie bar or red velvet cake? Red velvet cake, no doubt, especially if it complements the color palette… BUT I love a mini pie station with peanut butter and blueberry pies!