Sydney and Weston’s energy, smiles, and laugher are so infectious. They’re just a whole lot of fun to be around. When we were planning their engagement session, they wanted Whataburger to be a part of the session somehow. So, we started the session at their place and made some goofy photos and GIFs of them […]
They chose this venue specifically because it was a favorite spot of their and chose the Winter time because it best coordinated with jewel tones.
Brittney and Cody both love fall and the outdoors, so having a backyard barbecue style wedding at a state park in November made the most sense to them.
Wensi and Andy decided to elope in New Braunfels, TX. They booked an Airbnb getaway for themselves to spend time with each other. After they eloped, the thing that was most important to them was having amazing photos of them in their wedding outfits.
It was such fun being able to collaborate with some incredible vendors on a Boho Wedding inspiration shoot. With over 52 acres of farmland, The Allen Farmhaus was the perfect venue for the shoot.
The rain didn’t stop Carolyn + Patrick from enjoying their day. I’m honestly loving these small and intimate weddings. It’s such an amazing feeling being invited into people’s homes for weddings.
Nicole + Miguel eloped in their backyard and had their family attend on Zoom. Even though it was just them two, their officiant, and me, they still went all out. It was beautiful.
2020 has been such a crazy year. Amy + Joe’s wedding was originally going to be at the beginning of the year right around when the pandemic hit.