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February 2018- Houston

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44 relationship from the beginning. We wanted that experience to carry over to the wedding." There were carefully considered courses of hamachi and local uni crudo, jumbo lump crab cake, seared Hudson Valley foie gras, miso- glazed Channel Islands black cod, roasted organic chicken — and, for good measure, a grilled Angus burger and truffle French fries. "Rob insisted on the resort's famed cheeseburger with truffle fries," says Esfahani, "because some of our greatest nights as a couple have involved a cheeseburger, a pair of bar stools, and a really great bottle of wine." Stunning Stats: Her bridal gown: Zuhair Murad dress, and evening shoes of navy velvet from Alexandre Birman. His wedding suit: Sid Mashburn. Her ring: Family heirloom. His ring: Family heirloom. Her stylist: Jen Ellzey, Houston. Photographer: Kurt Boomer. Flowers: Toast Santa Barbara. Caterer: San Ysidro Ranch. Table settings: Casa de Perrin provided sterling flatware, Czech crystal, and handmade ceramic dinnerware from Northern Italy. First dance: "Married Life" from the Pixar film Up. Honeymoon: Provence and Corsica. Wedding Party The bride's parents, Jennifer and Matt Esfahani, founders of Matt Camron Rugs & Tapestries; the groom's parents, Lib and Bob Willey; as well as Cameron and Emma Esfahani, Sarah and Tony Tringhese, Carey and Gannon Sims, and the bride's three nieces, Ella and Catherine Tringhese and Ellen Esfahani, who served as flower girls. Flower girl Ella Tringhese Elizabeth and her father, Matt Esfahani Elizabeth and matron of honor Sarah Tringhese, sister of the bride

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