Elizabeth & Robert in Houston, TX\\nOne of Houston's most popular museums plays host to one couple's unique winter wedding.\\nElizabeth and Robert met in 2009 while volunteering at a \\"young singles\\" worship service at Houston's First Baptist Church. Two years later, they exchanged vows at the very same church. Elizabeth designed her wedding gown and had it produced by Jenny Kim Couture. \\"I knew exactly what I wanted: a lace bodice with a pickup skirt, a sash tied into a bow, and a petticoat with baby blue lace trim,\\" says Elizabeth. Robert wore a suit from Men's Wearhouse that he paired with black cowboy boots.\\nElizabeth carried a bouquet of mini white calla lilies, white peonies, baby's breath, and curly willow.\\nThe bridesmaids donned navy Jim Hjelm dresses from Ventura's Bridal.\\nThe bride's cousin, Samantha, 3, and the groom's cousins, Alex, 5, and Adam, 7, served as flower girls and ring bearer, respectively.\\nThe early-evening ceremony featured a rendition of \\"Be Thou My Vision\\" by the bride's sister, Margaret.\\nAfter the ceremony, the 300 guests moved to The Houston Museum of Natural Science, a venue selected by science buff Elizabeth.\\n\\"I thought the exhibits would give guests something exciting to do while we took our portraits,\\" she says.\\nCocktail hour was held on the dinosaur-filled first and second floors, where passed hors d'oeuvres like avocado bruschetta and sweet potato fries were served.\\nDinner included smoked turkey breast, roasted tenderloin, asparagus, biscuits, and a mashed potato bar. All food was provided by Abuso Catering Co. The cake was decorated with fresh hydrangeas and Robert's grandparents' cake topper.\\nTo complement the dramatic setting, Floral Events fashioned low and tall arrangements of curly willow, calla lilies, hydrangeas, and bells of Ireland accented with votive candles.\\nThe newlyweds performed their first dance to Max Stalling's \\"If It's Up to Me,\\" spun by FuseLINK DJs.\\nBefore making their grand exit, the couple spent the night dancing with their friends and family. \\"But one of the best moments,\\" recalls Elizabeth, \\"was when my entire family belted out 'Bohemian Rhapsody' together.\\"