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Hilary & Brian

Hilary Flores & Brian Witte

A top Mount Atonement in Graymoor, New York, Brian told Hilary if she looked hard enough, she could see the city. This was Brian’s set up for proposing to Hilary. As he handed her binoculars to look through, Brian got down on one knee with a ring for Hilary. When she turned around, she was speechless and began hugging Brian, the tears quickly followed. He asked her if that was a yes, and Hilary said yes.

St. Anne is one of the oldest and largest churches in the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston being around since 1925. Hilary attended elementary and middle school at St. Anne, even when she was younger, she always knew she would get married there.

The couple incorporated multiple Mexican traditions including Arras (coins) and The Lasso (rosary around their shoulders). Hilary surprised Brian, who is of Irish descent, with a bagpipe player at the end of the ceremony.

After the ceremony guests and the couple moved locations. The Westin Oaks at the Galleria provided an unforgettable view of the city from the 21st floor as Hilary and Brian’s journey together continued.

Hilary walked down the aisle in a beautiful strapless, sweetheart neckline, gown from Brickhouse Bridal, located in Woodlands, Tx.

Hilary's advice for future brides: Delegate! Assign tasks to bridesmaids and groomsmen so it doesn’t mostly fall on the hands of the bride and groom. Learn to ask for help. I would say to set your budget beforehand and make sure to decide how much you want to spend on each specific thing. We splurged on photographers but I got a great deal on the flowers! Figure out what is important to you and your fiancé and go from there. Also keep a list of the deposits you have made and dates for when the next payments or final payments are due.

Wedding Date: April 9, 2016

Photographer: Joseph West


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