I’m thrilled to be sharing these images as it was my first wedding to photograph after the necessary hiatus of pretty much everything due to COVID-19. And let just me say… I’ve missed this! Sam and Valerie were finally able to have the wedding of their dreams at the gorgeous property of Texas Old Town in Kyle, Texas. After months and months of planning, they luckily did not have to wait too long after their original wedding date to host the event.
I’m so glad that I finally get to share this bridal session! We had to reschedule several times due to the craziness that COVID-19 brought about; but, thankfully, we were able to meet up on Valerie’s original wedding date to finally capture these photos. It was a picturesque evening. A little hot, but no heavy wind and a pretty sunset. The best of what Texas has to offer! I met Valerie, her mom and her bridal squad at a gorgeous property in Boerne, Texas and we couldn’t have found a better place if we tried. With Longhorns roaming freely, rustic outbuildings and wooden fences, it fit perfectly with Valerie’s rustic vibe. Scroll down below to see a sampling from her favorite poses captured!
Cody and Kasie’s navy and burgundy themed wedding at The Allen Farmhaus in New Braunfels was a blast. I say this all the time, but I have been so fortunate that the best couples have booked me over the years.
Nick and Perla tied the knot at the Western Sky Wedding and Event Venue in Bulverde, Texas among family, friends and a clear blue January sky. The emerald green, white and gold theme was perfectly incorporated throughout every detail! I was especially grateful that I was able to capture a small part of their wedding (I was only there for three hours!) because I was also there to capture Nick’s proposal to Perla last summer.
Brittany and Drew were married in New Braunfels on November 16, 2019. Both their ceremony and reception took place near the center of downtown where not hours the day before, there was a large fire on the property where Wursfest is held each year. Quite literally…right across the street from the Knights of Columbus Hall!! Luckily, all was good and this did not effect the day’s festivities.
Curtis and Jessica were married at the Hollow Creek Ranch in St. Hedwig, Texas. This working ranch was the ideal spot for this sweet couple to say their ‘I dos” alongside family and friends.
I’ve been waiting so long to share these! We took Jessica’s bridals at the Whitehall Polley Mansion this summer—-and she ROCKED IT!
Dating back to 1847, this will always be one of my favorite spots to photograph. With gorgeous textures, 18″ stone walls and beautiful antique furniture throughout, it’s a photographer’s dream. There are so many picturesque spots to take portraits both inside and outside on the grounds.
I’ve photographed many types of weddings over the years and I’ve adored them all! Brittney and Zack were no exception. I loved photographing their intimate wedding ceremony at Gruene Estate. With a navy, burgundy and light pink theme, they were married beneath the beautiful open sided chapel on the property. Surrounded by family and friends, Brittney’s dad even presided over the ceremony and gave some wonderful advice to Brittney and Zack before they both spoke their hand-written vows.
My first time photographing at the Oak Valley Vineyards venue couldn’t have been any better! Alexis and Mary Katherine were the sweetest couple with two amazing families that know how to have a great time. This was actually Alexis’ and MK’s third wedding (if you count their legal ceremony and their first wedding in France!). With Alexis’ family located abroad, they decided to have their first wedding overseas and then planned the Texas soirée in October.
I knew from the moment that I met Scott and Jess that they would be a great couple to work with. Down-to-earth and incredibly sweet, I loved working with these two!
This was a wonderful wedding! Magnolia Bells was the perfect venue to host Jennifer and Cody’s wedding as it melded with their vintage/rustic vibe quite beautifully. Located north of Magnolia, Texas and close to the Woodlands, it was the ideal setting for their intimate ceremony.
I had a great time at Curtis and Resa’s wedding—which was a pretty big one btw! With around 400 guests in attendance and a large wedding party, it was clear that there wasn’t a shortage of family and friends who wanted to show their support for this sweet couple.