Lizzie and Caleb were such a fun couple and kept me laughing their entire session. We explored the Kimbell Art Museum and the Magnolia area (with a little side trip to Kent & Co.) and ended with a fun champagne shot! I mean seriously, how cute are they together?! Check out a few of my favorite moments from their session! Can’t wait for their big day!
These two were a fun couple to get to know. Not only are they also aggies (Whoop!) but they are both only children, like me! How fun! For their session we went a few places downtown and then ended in Veteran’s Park where their dog joined us for a few pics! Can’t wait for their wedding next year!
At their reception they had a special family Kimono displayed as well as 1,000 paper cranes that Celine’s mother made for the wedding. Like I said, the dancing did not disappoint! As soon as the music was turned up people started dancing! I enjoyed being able to capture this special day for Celine & Wesley! Check out some of my favorite moments from their reception.
Special thanks to all the vendors:
Sugar City – Catering, Floral & Coordination
If you can’t tell, Brooke’s is one of the happiest and sweetest brides ever. Go check out her wedding here, seriously, you won’t regret it. Her special day was filled with so many happy tears! I had the opportunity to do her bridal portraits before her big day at the Lonestar Mansion where she later got married. Here are a few of my favorites!
I met Maddy & Luke early one morning for a sunrise session in Fort Worth! These two were so natural in front of the camera and really fun together. We explored some areas around Magnolia Street with old buildings and great textures and then headed to Trinity Park. Check out some of my favorite moments from their session!
After their beautiful ceremony, they headed to the Ashton Depot for their reception. As the guests arrived to the reception they enjoyed signature cocktails, a mariachi band, hand-rolled cigars, and a picture booth with a beer burro! Inside, the space was transformed with beautiful pink uplighting and lush florals. Don’t even get me started on the groom’s cake! Chocolate covered cake balls lined a replica Texas A& M Kyle Field Football Stadium while the brides cake was decorated in pretty pink flowers. I mean, does it get any better? The bride and groom entered and went into a fun and sassy dance before a starting a slow dance as their first dance as husband and wife. As a gift to the father of the bride, the couple brought out a birthday cake and sang to him since his birthday fell on that special day! Then, the dance party got started with a surprise drumline and didn’t stop until the couple left in style in a vintage car. Check out some of my favorite moments!
Special thanks to all the vendors:
Tami Winn Events – Coordination & Floral
Grand Slam Glam – Hair & Makeup
The Ashton Depot – Reception Venue & Catering
Creme De La Creme – Cake
Unbridaled – Gown
Remy and Max got ready for their big day at the Fort Worth Club before heading to St. Patrick’s Cathedral to say “I Do.” Before the ceremony, Remy decided to have a first look with her dad which had every one in tears, including me! There is nothing quite like the father/daughter bond! Both Remy and Max’s parents seemed to play an important role in their relationship, and the couple chose to incorporate them in very special ways throughout the day.
St. Patrick’s is a gorgeous place to get married, and with the full choir, it truly was an amazing ceremony. These two were all smiles! Check out some of my favorite moments from the first part of their day!
Special thanks to all the great vendors!
Rachel with Sarabeth Events
Harmland Visions Videography