Brunch Wedding San Antonio - Anthony Gauna Photography

Diana + Tony


We had been hoping for no rain that day. About 2 minutes after the ceremony started, the rain was too much to sit through. Everyone headed indoors and they finished the ceremony in a makeshift spot.

Diana and Tony’s brunch wedding in San Antonio at ZaZa Gardens was the first brunch wedding I’d ever done. It totally weirded me out that the night was scheduled to end around 8 pm. It was also the first time I’d ever eaten chicken and waffles. Lol. But I wound up attending the after party to relax and hang out. I had only about 4 hours of sleep from the day before at Ashley and Bobby’s wedding but was totally worth it. I got to drink some tasty Scotch, which I didn’t think I was gonna like. And the next day, I got to sleep in a bit before heading back to Waco.


In The Couple’s Words:

“Where to begin…Anthony our photographer and now friend creates lasting memories in front and behind the lens. He gets to know you as a couple and has a sincere appreciation of what your big day is about – love! The details he captured were just amazing, when we received our photos we kept saying “how and when did he capture this!” Anthony is a photo ninja. Oh, and the small personal touches Anthony gives throughout the process is incomparable. Thank you Anthony for the beautiful moments you captured – we couldn’t be happier!”

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The majority of my work is weddings, elopements, couples, and boudoir, but I enjoy photographing anything that is an important part in someone's life. I've also photographed creative portraits, families, maternity, and more. I love working with clients who value my work and enjoy my laid back personality, no matter what service they are looking for.

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