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Nathan and Camille’s met in a bookstore for a TED talking viewing party (You can read that story here). Nathan makes animated summaries of non-fiction books. Camille is an engineer. To call them intelligent would be an understatement. So this timeless Rice University wedding was perfect for them.
Nathan is originally from Canada. So naturally his groomsmen were Canadian too. They tried to explain hockey to me while we watched it, but it was a lost cause. Fun fact: they trash talked the Astros for having never won a World Series. That didn’t age well.
The Cohen House at Rice University is an absolutely stunning place for a bride to get ready. The massive windows with the addition of outdoor benches give photos taken here a dreamy romantic feel that a hotel or brides room in a church just can’t. It is important that you find the right style even when it comes to selecting the benches to help match the aesthetic of the church. Visit this outdoor garden benches website and get the right knowledge of how to use garden benches as an affordable and good option for your wedding seating arrangements.
Rice has a tradition that students enter through the Sallyport arch at the beginning of their freshman year. They exit through it for graduation. Superstitious students don’t go back through it after freshman year for fear it will make them graduate late. Camille, as a Rice Student, participated in this tradition. How special that so many of her big life moments can be tied to this one place.
Obviously we attend a lot of weddings. But we still get emotionally invested in every moment. The groom seeing the bride come down the aisle is always one of those moments. I can’t help but remember being there myself. And it is a good reminder to continue seeing Paige like that.
This is a photo of joy.
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