This was my first wedding like this and I like the way it worked out for many reasons. What was so different about this one you ask? It was a two part wedding. Saturday Michelle and Brian had a nice quiet ceremony for family and closest friends and then on Sunday they had the big wedding and reception. These are the pictures from the smaller more intimate intimate wedding at St. Maximilian Kolbe in Houston, Texas. To see the picture from the larger wedding click here.
The Church has 2 different chapels and they used the smaller one. The priest said something that stuck with me. He said “We haven’t done a wedding in this chapel in probably over a year. I forgot how nice and beautiful weddings are in this Chapel!”. Big weddings are wonderful but sometimes some of the best things happen at these smaller weddings. These are the types of weddings where you remember everyone there and get to spend a few minutes with each of them, which is very special. The old Cheers theme song comes to mind with a wedding like this, “Sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name” and that’s what you get with a wedding like this.
Photos by: Houston Wedding Photographer, Brent Chapman, with Moments in Time Photography