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Couples go beyond the traditional cake with dessert bars and custom confections

From barbecue to Gulf-caught seafood, caterers meet demand for Texas-style receptions

Life is opening up more, but the pandemic still can make wedding planning unpredictable. Some couples are opting for smaller, intimate wedding…

Last year, as we were putting the final touches on the Coast Monthly Bridal Issue, life was being fundamentally altered, and weddings, as we k…

The Coast Bridal team would like to extend its sincerest thanks to Connie DeRome of the Galveston Bridal Group for providing the exquisite gow…

e-Edition

Coast Bridal asked expert Connie Dryden, owner of Island Flowers and Nefertiti Bridal, and a member of Galveston Bridal Group, in downtown Gal…

It seems fitting that this issue of Coast Bridal is a “flip book.” On one side is our normal Coast Monthly May issue. Flip it around and upsid…

The Coast Bridal team would like to extend its sincerest thanks to Connie Dryden of Nefertiti Bridal and Island Flowers in Galveston for provi…

Each year, hundreds of couples flock to the upper Texas coast to exchange vows by the sea. That’s not surprising. There’s something magical, r…