Hello and welcome to my blog! The purpose of my blog is to showcase the marvelous people I photograph. I have also included some of my personal adventures and the wonderful people I share my life with. Enjoy!
When I arrived, it was breezy and sunny. I was a little worried about rain because of the big rain cloud blowing towards us... When Jordyn got there, the breeze was a full out blustery wind. We ended up going down into the trees to get away from the weather and got some fantastic pictures! Then as we started to go up one of the paths that I never use because it is so dark, the sun came out and illuminated the little grotto! It was beautiful! And the dress she brought was perfect for the location.
Here is Jordyn and her sister, they were so cute together!
This is a much anticipated blog! It has taken longer than usual because I went gallivanting around New Orleans right after this... (the wedding was in Houston, my first there. I have flown through there on my many trips to Belize for weddings, but I never got to leave the airport and feel the humidity for myself. I will check that off my bucket list!)
So here it (finally) is!
Amanda and Herbie's wedding was amazing! They are so in love, it was just so touching to see how much they cared for each other! At the rehearsal dinner, I really got to see how close they are to each other and their family and friends. It made me wish I was able to attend more rehearsal dinners! They gave both of their moms these bracelets, it was so sweet!
I loved this little detail - all of Amanda's details were amazing!
Amanda had both her dad and step-dad put pennies in her shoes. I thought it was so special that Amanda was so sincere about honoring both of these men. She had her step-dad walk her half way down the aisle and then he handed her off to her dad. I thought it was a great way to allow both of them to walk her down the aisle.
I love these of Herbie!
Isn't she gorgeous?? I love how happy she is!
The wedding was at the Centurion Palace and it was an amazing space! I wish I lived there so I could photograph there more often!
By far, one of my best groom's first look pictures ever!
I couldn't believe how beautiful the light was! After I took this shot, I couldn't wait to see it again. And again! The light held out for a some of the group formals, but unfortunately it only lasts too long. If I could bottle it up, I would!
I love the dancing ones!
My lovely god-parents! And the parent's of the groom.