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The groom's band from Tiffany & Co. Bridal party: There were 17 bridesmaids, who wore Marchesa and four maids of honor, including the bride's sisters who wore Markarian gowns. Flowers: Todd Events created bridal bouquets and floral installations throughout the Flores h o m e a n d a t t h e Corinthian. Catering: City Kitchen, Houston. The wedding wine was 1996 Chateau Haut- Brion that the father of the bride has been saving since the year Meredith was born. High Notes: A handbell group rang in the rose garden to signal the ceremony. The bride walked down the aisle to the Beatles' "Here Comes the Sun" played by a string quartet and French horns, from Élan Artists. At the reception, family friends Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn of Brooks & Dunn performed five songs including "Neon Moon" and "My Maria." Reception band was Rhythm Collective. DJ Savy Fontana, who alternates between St. Barts and Aspen, played the after party. Reception: The festivities expanded to 450 at the Corinthian, a neoclassical treasure in downtown Houston, with an after-party at the historic former bank's vault space. First Dance: The bride danced with her father to "Can't Always Get What You Want" by The Rolling Stones, a joke between them. The groom danced with his mother to "What a Wonderful World" by Louis Armstrong, an ode to Louisiana jazz, which he was raised on. Happily Ever After: The new Mr. and Mrs. honeymooned in Italy — Milan, Lake Como, Tuscany, Florence, and hitting the coast for Amalfi, Positano, and Capri. 2 1. Father of the bride Jim Flores. 2. Mother of the bride Cherie Flores, the bride and sisters, Alanna Flores and Olivia Flores. 3. The groom's parents, Stacy and Keith Barker. 3 1 (Continued from page 40) 42

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