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Rachel Brill Lipshutz and Scott Lipshutz pose for a portrait in Silver Street Studios. Photo by Chinh Phan/Fotowerk Group
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Scott Konitzer of Blooming Gallery transformed the warehouse into an elegant setting. Photo by Chinh Phan/Fotowerk Group
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The warehouse was divided in half with one part for the wedding and the other for the rollicking reception. Photo by Chinh Phan/Fotowerk Group
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The huppah was set up at one end of the wedding space. Photo by Chinh Phan/Fotowerk Group
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The reception setting included overstuffed sofas and chairs, area rugs and beautiful flowers. Photo by Chinh Phan/Fotowerk Group
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Lighting played a key role in the decor.  Photo by Chinh Phan/Fotowerk Group
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The maid of honor had fatheads made of the bride and groom to insure that all of the guests could have their picture taken with the happy couple.  Photo by Chinh Phan/Fotowerk Group
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The bride and groom photographed at The Houstonian just after their "first look" meeting. Photo by Chinh Phan/Fotowerk Group
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Buzz and the Blue Cats from Austin played on into the wee morning hours.  Photo by Chinh Phan/Fotowerk Group
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An hour after their planned midnight departure, the newlyweds make their escape. Photo by Chinh Phan/Fotowerk Group