If you have ever found yourself Googling for quaint chapel wedding ceremony ideas to your I Do, we hope this little venue has popped up in your results. A 15th century French chapel that was rebuilt, stone by stone, at The Club at Houston Oaks. It doesn't get much more quintessential than this romantic location for an intimate ceremony that sits on 1,000 acres. Thanks to the whimsical images of Mychelle LeVan Photography along with planning and design by her, A Different Bloom and Aldoria Cakery supported by a cast of Houston industry professionals, we get to see just how their quaint chapel wedding ceremony ideas come to fruition. Including their inspiration from Little Bo Peep and a darling two-month old lamb that stole the show named Knick Knack! Even the chapel has sheep statues that helped play into the scene setting a spark to their inspired theme. Step inside this sweet gallery with peach and cream floral and a bow-tastic cake creation. We dare "ewe" not to fall in love with these quaint chapel wedding ceremony ideas.
From the moment the gates at Houston Oaks open guests will have stepped into a dreamy destination location that you can relish in knowing you discovered. The property sits on a picturesque countryside filled with sweeping 200 year old oak trees. Imagine what a beautiful backdrop this would make for your bridal portraits. The venue highlights include an exclusive ceremony site at the 15th century French Chapel and Trellis surrounded by Houston Oaks Lake. We love how elegant the harpist looks bringing a touch of luxury to these quaint chapel wedding ceremony ideas. Hints of peach against creamy toned floral create a lush color palette. Blending blushing mix and match bridesmaid dresses the soft pale hues are warm and inviting throughout this outdoor scene. The blush tones are picked up in the tablescapes with vintage glassware and even a dose of dainty blooms in the arrangements. And that bold beautiful cake is just the icing on the top of these quaint chapel wedding ceremony ideas for use! Told ewe it is sheeplishly adorable.