How to plan a wedding in Cy-Fair: A guide to local florists, boutiques and event halls

Enchanted Cypress Ballroom

Enchanted Cypress Ballroom

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Wedding guide 2017
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Wedding guide 2017
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Wedding guide 2017
Whether couples are looking for extravagantly decorated ballrooms or more intimate settings for their special days, Cy-Fair has several options to cater to a range of wedding needs.


Wedding venues
When to book: 8 months-1 year before wedding date







  1. Chateau Polonez
    The grand ballroom can accommodate up to 350 guests. Ceremonies can also be held at the outdoor garden terrace or the gazebo. In-house catering, bar packages and decor selections are available.


12612 Malcomson Road, Houston
281-655-5656
www.chateaupolonez.com






2. Enchanted Cypress Ballroom
The full-service venue accommodates up to 640 guests and can coordinate custom menus, decor, lighting, flowers and cake options, among other needs.

12603 Louetta Road, Cypress
281-826-0505
www.enchantedcypress.com






3. Hearthstone Country Club
The venue offers dining space for up to 120 guests across the main dining room and terrace area. Available upgrades include personalized ice sculptures, custom lighting and table centerpieces.

7615 Ameswood Road, Houston
281-463-2201
www.hearthstoneclub.com






4. Lindsay Lakes
Two ceremony sites are available: a lakeside gazebo and a chapel. The campus also offers two bridal party houses and two reception halls that can accommodate up to 300 guests. Amenities include food, linens, table settings, a coordinator and DJ.

16536 Mueschke Road, Cypress
281-373-1800
www.lindsaylakes.com






5. Longwood Golf Club
The grille room seats up to 120 guests, and the pavilion ballroom accommodates up to 200. Various packages are available for weddings overlooking the golf course, and couples can work with the catering team to tailor menu selections.

13300 Longwood Trace Drive, Cypress
281-373-4100
www.longwoodgc.com






6. Sterling Country Club
The venue can host indoor and outdoor ceremonies, and receptions can be organized with the help of the club’s events coordinator. The ballroom seats up to 300 guests, and a more intimate dining room seats up to 50.

16500 Houston National Blvd., Houston
281-304-1400
www.sccathn.com





Dresses
When to book: 8-10 months before wedding date






7. Glamorous Formal
12155 Jones Road, Ste. 200, Houston
281-890-1250
www.glamorousformal.com






8. M 2 Milan Bridal Boutique
18720 Hwy. 249, Ste. C, Houston
281-890-0101
www.m2bridal.com






9. Panache Bridal & Formal
6978 FM 1960, Ste. A, Houston
281-580-0066
www.panachebridalusa.com





Florists
When to book: 5 months before wedding date






10. American Bella Flowers
11332 Huffmeister Road, Houston
281-890-9931
www.americanbellaflowers.net






11. Blooms From the Heart
9740 Barker Cypress Road, Ste. 106, Cypress
281-861-4784
www.bloomsfromtheheartcypress.com






12. Sicola’s Florist
A. 11901 Barker Cypress Road, Cypress
B. 9516 Jones Road, Houston
713-742-6527
www.sicolasflorist.com





Cakes

 
When to book: 3 months before wedding date






13. All the Crave Cheesecakes
11901 Barker Cypress Road, Ste. 5, Cypress
281-213-4673
www.allthecravecheesecakes.com






14. Cake Fine Pastry
13010 FM 529, Houston
713-518-4868
www.cakefinepastry.com






15. Cakes n’ Mor
10130 Grant Road, Ste. 206, Houston
832-869-4152






16. The Cupcake Cowgirls Bakery
10750 Barker Cypress Road, Cypress
281-256-8824
www.cupcakecowgirls.com






17. ShowCakes Houston
11734 Grant Road, Cypress
281-251-9100
www.showcakeshouston.com






18. Suzybeez Cakes N Sweetz
13802 Fleur De Lis Blvd., Cypress
281-807-5777
www.suzybeez.com





Rentals & decor
When to book: 2-3 months before wedding date






19. I Do Boutique
16518 House & Hahl Road, Cypress
832-237-5125
www.ido-boutique.com






20. Linens and Events
27111 Breton Bridge Court, Cypress
832-736-4840
www.linensandevents.com






21. Party Garage
12218 Jones Road, Houston
832-912-4367
www.partygaragepartysupplies.com


By Danica Lloyd

Editor, Cy-Fair

Danica joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in 2016. As editor, she continues to cover local government, education, health care, real estate, development, business and transportation in Cy-Fair. Her experience prior to CI includes studying at the Washington Journalism Center and interning at a startup incubator in D.C., serving as editor-in-chief of Union University's student magazine and online newspaper, reporting for The Jackson Sun and freelancing for other publications in Arkansas and Tennessee.



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