Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Hardin. Let me just say, this was a fun wedding to photograph! Not only was the venue great, but we had beautiful light and everyone was a blast to work with. There is a lot to scroll through here, but I’d make it to the bottom of the post if you can. When the groomsman plan a surprise consisting of a coordinated dance to Despacito in honor of the bride, you just have to take a ton of pictures–and the expressions on Randi’s face are priceless!
Bridal sessions are one of my favorites because they give every bride the opportunity to dress up and take beautiful portraits without the stress of the big day. Randi drove down with her daughter, mom and maid of honor to the Seguin area for her bridal session. We had a relaxing afternoon walking around and searching for beautiful light. Scroll down to see a sampling of what we captured!
I had the pleasure of working with Kenny and Juliann to take a few extra portraits to commemorate their wedding. Often, it’s hard to carve out the time to get great portraits of the bride and groom on the wedding day due to a jammed packed itinerary, timing and the necessity of also getting the family portraits. Scheduling a session after the wedding is sometimes the way to go! This was great because we were able to relax and focus on just the two of them. We had to work against the wind a bit, but in the end the lighting was beautiful.
It was so much fun shooting Zac and Caitlin’s wedding. They held their ceremony and reception at the Garden Heights Wedding and Events venue in San Antonio, TX. Lead by the father of the groom, the ceremony was heartfelt and absolutely beautiful. The little white chapel was the perfect setting for Zac and Caitlin to share their personal vows with one another. After a quick round of family portraits, the party started in the reception area. This was one of my favorite receptions to date because you could tell how much fun everyone was having – and actually dancing!
Congratulations to Mr. & Mrs. Winchester! Mitch and Jen were joined together in marriage at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Hondo, TX on January 21, 2017. The reception followed at the Medina County Fair Hall and it was a much enjoyed party by all. Delicious food, sweet treats, good drinks and great dancing made it a party to remember.
I’m so glad that I can finally share some of the bridals taken before Jennifer became Mrs. Winchester! It was overcast the afternoon we took them, but we managed to take advantage of a few rays of sun that peeked through here and there.
Wow! As a busy mom and wife it’s hard to imagine how it was possible to have had so many great sessions this past year. As many of you know, photography isn’t my full time gig, but it is my love, passion and all consuming hobby. In 2016, I was very fortunate to have a broad spectrum of clients and occasions. From newborns, maternity, extended families, high school seniors, engagements/weddings, prom and more, I met so many awesome people and started getting more repeat clients coming back to me for the second and third year in a row. I feel really blessed to be able to have this outlet for my creativity and that so many have trusted me to capture these special moments.
It was hard to pick my favorites out of the images we captured during Chelsea and Ryan’s engagement session because I liked them all! They were a little shy at first when we started because they’ve never done a formal photo session together. However, this is actually a good thing! After some time walking around to find beautiful light, we were able to get some great shots and loving smiles.