Archive for 'Weddings'
Chrystal and David’s North Texas Wedding at the Chapel at Ana Villa was extremely nice. The couple decided to have a New Orleans style reception. Chapel at Ana Villa made for a good backdrop. The venue itself offers a nice size ballroom and lovely Chapel for receptions. It also includes an outdoor courtyard that provides a good place for cocktail hour. Hope you guys enjoy the images from their wedding.
This past June Tamika and I were honored to be a small part of Joseph and Tiffany’s Beach Palace Cancun destination wedding! We have both known the couple for a few years and this wedding really has been a long time coming. So much so, that it really felt more like a party than a wedding. Of course, that also could have due to the open bar, random tequila shots beginning at noon each day, or the shear fact that we were away in Mexico. Because the truth is, the only thing we love more than our weddings are our travels. Despite all that, I like to think that everyone was on high from the pure joy of seeing such a wonderful couple that we have loved and cared for finally tie the knot! Tears were flowing (especially from Tamika) almost as much as the drinks and reached a climax when Tiffany’s daughter Cindy expressed her love for Joseph and their “new” family! All and all we felt lucky to be a part of such a special day at the Beach Palace Resort in Cancun, Mexico and hope you enjoy the images we were able to capture.
This past April, Tamika and I were privileged enough to shoot a Blanton Museum of Art wedding in Austin, TX turned out to be a very joyful, creative, and unique experience that we really enjoyed. Tamra, a former basketball player and graduate from the University of Texas, Austin had the type of southern charm you hope for when you meet for the first time. She was very outspoken and had the intensity you would expect from a collegiate level athlete. But, was also extremely polite as she encouraged us be as creative as we wanted and to do whatever necessary to get the shots we need. Which you know we love! Rob, on the other hand was definitely more reserved, however extremely gracious and welcoming upon our arrival. I think a bit of their demeanor reminded Tamika of ourselves as she constantly commented “they are such a beautiful couple!”. The wedding decor was amazing! The Blanton Museum of Art‘s blue wall provided an amazing background for their ceremony and reception which was decorated with all sorts of creative details chosen by Tamra herself. However, more important than the decor was heavy presence of love during the wedding! It exuded from all the guest, but was most felt from Tamra and Rob themselves! We were extremely happy to be a part of this wedding and hope that you guys enjoy some of my favorite images from their wedding below.