Keisha and Rae’s winter wedding took place at the historic Sunset Coffee Building in downtown Houston, TX. 

The building was originally built in 1910 as a coffee roasting facility. In 2016, the building was renovated and is now used in partnership with the Buffalo Bayou Partnership as an event space. The building offers all of the raw, industrialist vibes and its rooftop terrace and balconies offer stunning views of the city.

We were OBSESSED with Keisha and Rae’s color palette of modern neutrals. The toffee roses, quicksand roses, white peonies, white ranunculus, eucalyptus and dusty miller gave the bouquets an earthy yet modern aesthetic.  

We designed organic centerpieces in concrete containers to coordinate with the industrial elements of the reception space. 

Open sided geometric terrariums were filled with blooms and foliage for a second centerpiece design style. 

Floating candles in cylinder vases with a pop of greenery in the center bring a candlelight-heavy design into our centerpiece mix. Our preference and recommendation is to use 3 different centerpiece styles to keep the room interesting and varied in texture. 

Our asymmetrical sweetheart table design consists of a tabletop swag mirroring a design installed on the octagon arch behind the table. 

Simple and small white blooms and greens accent the wedding cake. This may be our favorite cake topper EVA!

A little greenery can go a long way to accent signage!


Ceremony location: Holy Rosary Catholic Church⁠
Reception venue: Sunset Coffee Building @buffalobayou
Photo: @tinymumphotography
Video: @reverentweddingfilms
Floral: @thetallesttulip
Rentals @afinerevent @ebincevents
DJ, lighting, photobooth: @lgeventpro
Catering: @avenidabrazilsteakhouse
Bar: @frannysbartending
Cake: @cbvcakedesign
Ice Cream: @milkandsugarcreamery
Coordinator: @peachyeventstx