Fact: This blog post has been sitting in the queue for months and months, waiting to be published. Fact: It took me almost six minutes on google trying to find the word “Que” only to realize I have been spelling it wrong my entire adult life. Fact: One of my favorite parts of this career path is getting to be an intimate part of friends weddings and when Dustin asked us to photograph his wedding we were more than honored. Dustin and I went to high school together and were on the ice hockey team (yes, even in Texas.). Their day at The Lookout was so personalized and special, complete with an entire field of bright yellow wildflowers and his grandfathers vintage truck as their getaway car. I love my career but I love it even more when I get to bless those whom I used to body check on the rink. Congrats Dustin and Henrietta, you two rocked!
To all the amazing vendors who made the wedding possible: a huge Thank you!
Its been way too long since we have posted onto our social networks!! We are at the tail end of a long saga ( story coming soon ) and promise once it all gets completed we will be updating with all of our current work! Until then here are some posts that should also have gone up a long time ago. If you follow our insta stories ( which you should ) we usually forget to keep up all the way, but we hope what we do post is compelling enough for you to keep watching! I think Nina is hilarious, but I might be a bit bias.
I hope you enjoy the wedding of Kayci and Blake, we couldn’t have created such great images without all of the amazing vendors.
Im not quite sure how to write about this vlog, as proud as I am of our work. Texas has been hit hard and Florida is next and there is nothing we can do but watch. In Houston we saw horrifying imagery of mass devastation and yet we saw heroic neighborly love being poured out everywhere which gave us hope. Now we watch as only two weeks have gone by and we brace ourselves for it again. I am sure that love will always win out, which is why I am so glad I was able to capture Anish and Lauren’s historic day. Enjoy the Vlog!
I can’t wait to share this wedding with you all! Tracy Collins Events NAILED it for Aubrey and Matthew. The day started with both parties getting ready at the Westin in the Domain and the most memorable part of the day was when Matthew showed me the pins that the men were going to wear on their suits in honor of Aubrey’s sister, which was a complete surprise to the bride. HOW SWEET, YOU GUYS! While the guys struggled to fold their pocket squares, Aubreys mom buttoned her up and shared such sweet moments of their own. The ceremony took place at St. Alberts Catholic Church and it was beautiful…and the priest had quite the personality! I probably took too many pictures of the ring box, but can you blame me? It was so sleek and modern! After the ceremony, we walked around the domain with the wedding party for some portraits and this is the moment I knew summer was here…it was HOT, but they were all such troopers (and they were mostly all from the north!). The reception took place at Rock Rose Hall and my jaw DROPPED when we walked in. Tracy and her team make sure every event is epic and this reception was no different. They mixed metals, blush and navy to bring the room together and THE GOLD CHAIRS absolutely blew my mind! There was a queso bar and Amy’s ice cream was making custom ice cream sandwiches! They had so many personalized goodies for their guests and everyone seemed to enjoy the moscow mules, haha! Thank you to all of the amazing vendors who made their day so special and our job so easy:
This Blog was supposed to be posted last night but let me tell you yesterday was quite the day. First we are vacationing in Mississippi visiting Nina’s parents which slows down my work hustle already but then we decided to drive to Alabama for a beautiful beach. After traffic, rain and crash delays we finally made it to the beach, only to be flooded with Jellyfish. Literally there were more Jellyfish in the water than people on the beach and we couldn’t swim for more than few minutes without getting stung. Although Shepard really enjoyed stopping the jellyfish sting as normally we are having to correct his peeing outside so when we told him it was the only way to stop the stinging his face went from terror to terrific!! We made the best out of the beach day, went to a small carnival deal and didn’t make it home until 10pm. Needless to say after that day I decided this beautiful blog could wait until the morning because these two totally deserve to have their wedding on our blog!!! This wedding held at Camp Lucy in Austin, Tx was one of the most beautiful weddings we have done. The flowers were incredible, the brides dress was stunning and everyone had a great time. I hope you enjoy these photos as much as we enjoyed taking them ( I think thats becoming my favorite way to end the blog posts )
Huge thanks to all the amazing vendors who helped out!!
OH SNAP! THEY’RE MARRIED! GUYS THIS BRIDE…Kris was absolutely hilarious and so much fun, a perfect counterpart to her new husband Nolan. She SLAYED her photos, and didn’t mind posing all high fashion for us (along side raising her eyebrow and being all Zoolanderish). Her dress had magical capabilities and was actually three separate pieces. They had a traditional Catholic ceremony in Austin, TX and then we headed to Palm Door (a hidden gem downtown) for their intimate reception. Ashley Bunch with A Bunch of Weddings was her coordinator and I can’t recommend her enough for bringing us this perfect couple. Andrew with Made From Skratch Weddings got everyone dancing and Sweet Treets created one of the best cakes…if I still remember how good it was, many weddings later, trust me IT WAS THAT GOOD.