Wedding Inspiration at the Historic Bryan Museum

C. Baron Photography Bryan Museum Photo Shoot

Matrimony is a historical moment for any couple. Weddings stand as a monument for two paths becoming one.  With that being said, it makes sense to tie the knot in a venue equally as historic, right?

C. Baron Photography Bryan Museum Photo Shoot

At Brian Gavin Diamonds, we have the opportunity to work with outstanding wedding planners and photographers for meticulously styled bridal shoots. Our team was overjoyed to be a part of a spectacular wedding photo shoot in partnership with C. Baron Photography at the Bryan Museum in Galveston, Texas.  The historic location once served as a home for orphans—in its renewed state, it makes a stunning venue to say "I do."

C. Baron Photography Bryan Museum Photo Shoot

When C. Baron Photography approached us to borrow jewelry, we couldn't say no. It's always great to see how our pieces fit together in a beautiful story. We love how she styled our jewels at the lovely Bryan Museum, both on the bride and off.

C. Baron Photography Bryan Museum Photo Shoot

We think Sara, the model, looks absolutely stunning in our sparkle. Believe it or not, the bride is alongside her real-life family—how special is that?

Now, let's talk about the bling…

C. Baron Photography Bryan Museum Photo Shoot
 
C. Baron Photography Bryan Museum Photo Shoot

Brian Gavin Diamonds shared a pave engagement ring, his and hers wedding bands for the bride and groom. The bride also wore a BGD pearl bracelet, our pearls bracelet No. 23 with silver, and pearl drop earrings. Lets not forget the other guests. How stunning is this set of a cushion morganite ring, necklace, and stud earrings for a bridesmaid?

C. Baron Photography Bryan Museum Photo Shoot
 
C. Baron Photography Bryan Museum Photo Shoot
 
C. Baron Photography Bryan Museum Photo Shoot

Thank you to C. Baron Photography for shooting these breathtaking images of our jewels. We love having the opportunity to collaborate with amazing vendors. Get more information about the photography and shoot details on WeddingChicks.com.

http://www.cbaronphotography.com

If you’re interested in seeing any of the jewelry showcased in this Galveston photo shoot, head on over to our site for more sparking details!

C. Baron Photography Bryan Museum Photo Shoot
Special Thank You to the Vendors Involved: 
Peter Ochoa – Bryan Museum
Amy Brewington and Liz Conlin – A&E Weddings and Event Services
Jeri Powell – Darryl & Co
Mark Pirozzolo – A Finer Event
Nadine Moon – Who Made the Cake?
Amy Floyd – 3rd Floor Strings
Bridgette Wright – Lovebirds Vintage Rentals
Lisa Pelayo – LP Makeup and Beauty
David Massicott – Vintage Limousine Services
Connie Dryden – Island Flowers

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