In the heart of our bustling city lies a historical treasure, a fire station with a story to tell. Station 3 was built in 1903 and was one of Houston’s first fire stations. This gorgeous historical fire station has been given new life as a stunning wedding venue and set the stage for an engagement session that was nothing short of remarkable.
From the moment Alexis & Alex stepped into the historical fire station, it was evident that their attire was chosen with care and thought. Her dress was stunning – an elegant white gown with feather accents that added a touch of whimsy as well as sophistication. The feathers gracefully danced with every step she took, creating an air of enchantment that perfectly complemented her radiant smile. Alex, on the other hand, exuded timeless charm in his classic black suit.
Station 3 is a stunning historical landmark located just outside of Downtown Houston. This beautiful wedding venue features the original brick, wood floors, and hand carved stone work from the historic fire station. These stunning details made for a charming backdrop that beautifully contrasted with Alexis & Austin’s contemporary attire. Their Station 3 engagement session is without a doubt one of our favorite engagement sessions blending a romantic session together with the perfect balance of old and new, historic and modern.
Alexis & Austin’s love story began with a birthday celebration that turned into a life-altering moment. It was Austin’s birthday, and Alexis decided to throw him a surprise party at a restaurant. Little did she know that Austin had a surprise of his own in store. As the evening unfolded, amidst the laughter of friends and family, Austin dropped to one knee and asked Alexis the most important question of his life.
We love all of the unique love stories and all of the beautiful moments that our clients share with us. Alexis & Austin’s Station 3 engagement session was a perfect example of how a love that ignites in unexpected places can create lasting memories that warm our hearts. And we cannot wait to celebrate with them when they tie the knot at Station 3 later this year!