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!
ATTENTION ALL BASEBALL FANS!!! It is finally baseball season and with Jess and Bobby there was no other place than the Texas Rangers Stadium (Globe Life Park) for their engagement portraits. Bobby proposed to Jess during a tour of the stadium, so I loved that they wanted to have their photos done there. Being a big baseball fan myself, this was such a treat! Not only are Jess and Bobby big Rangers fans, but they are the sweetest and kindest people! They are so much fun to be around and we had a blast hanging out around the empty stadium. Our tour guide, Dick, also provided us with a fun time, a little Rangers history and added entertainment! If you haven’t taken a tour, you definitely should! I think the ballpark might be one of my favorite places to photograph. Congratulations to Jess and Bobby! Hope to you see you at a game soon! (Also, a special shout out to the tour coordinator, Billie, at the ball park! She was absolutely wonderful to work with!)
Maria and John had an awesome reception with lots of details at their traditional Vietnamese wedding. Maria got her dress at one of our favorite bridal boutiques, Bliss Bridal. One of Maria’s favorite colors is PINK! They had a fabulous cake by Creme De La Creme that had some great big pink flowers, and a fun candy bar that featured everything pink. Here are some of my favorite details from their day, as well as my favorite reception moments and some HOT romantics!
Last weekend I photographed a very different wedding then I’ve ever photographed before. Maria and John had a traditional Vietnamese ceremony. I loved getting to experience such a different culture and how they do things. First they began with a traditional Tea Ceremony where John and his family brought gifts to the brides family. They then began serving tea to their relatives. It was such an intimate ceremony of friends and family and I loved that they were all there to celebrate with them! After the tea ceremony in the morning we then rushed off to Christ the King Catholic church where they had a traditional Catholic ceremony. Their reception was held at Kowloon Restaurant in Arlington and boy was it yummy! There were all sorts of great Vietnamese food that Amanda and I were able to try, and I do love Vietnamese food! Here are a few of my favorites from their traditional tea ceremony and ceremony at the Church. Stay tuned for more!