My Forth Worth rituals: cherry lime slush at Sonic, brisket and pickles at Cousins bbq, indulging in the extra time expected to 'put my face on,' channeling as much of my mother-in-law's grace and charm as I can muster, and, of course, seeing the cast of Texans with whom I have now become good friends. In that cast of characters I include this lovely bride, K.
She is a most delightful person, and I was delighted for her when, during the reception of a wedding she shot with me in Dallas last December, she squeezed my hand and whispered that she herself was engaged. I was thrilled and honored to be asked to photograph another photographer's wedding, and tickled that as a matter of course - the entire day was scheduled around the best possible light.
A vintage garden party theme. Birdcages and flowers, Flowers and more birdcages. An easy romantic vibe. After the ceremony at their familys' chapel, the guests met in Aledo for a tented reception at The Parson's Table. Picnic baskets and picnic blankets, dancing and laughing. And they were sent off with rose petals to . . . B surprised K their honeymoon destination asking her to make sure to pack a swimsuit, a sweater and a passport. That's my kind of adventure!
Destination? Joy, I'm pretty sure.
all smiles and laughter on the way to the wedding
soft pink ties for the gentlemen echoed in the boutonniere
some kind of stunning
the wedding party watches as Dad gives the bride away
amazing shot by Lynn - moment of prayer
groomsmen. ah, the rowdy good times.
still life with bible
hand crocheted doilies over the candles - vintage romance.
singing and dancing
Cake topper custom of their dogs - a nod to their first date which was at a dog park
Many congratulations to you both!