Nicole and Michael are two of the sweetest people! I was able to get to know them during their engagement session. This first photo is one of my favorites from the first part of their day! After being pronounced husband and wife, Nicole and Michael walked down the aisle where I was able to catch this sweet moment. Enjoy some of my other favorite moments from the first part of their wedding!
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Brittany and Rich are just about as cute as it gets! When we rolled up to the Kimbell Art Museum for the first part of our session, the weather was not looking so hot, but we stuck it out and it turned out to be perfect!
Here is how these two met:
“Rich and I met at the University of Oklahoma. Although we were friends and ran in the same circles, we did not date during our time there. Rich graduated and went on to law school while I was in my senior year. That December in 2013, OU went to the Sugar Bowl and played Alabama in New Orleans. We ran into each other there and the spark ignited. From then on, we were talking constantly.
Once summer rolled around, I went home to Coppell and Rich came home to Fort Worth. Rich was very persistent about getting to know me better and that’s when we started officially dating. That whole summer we were inseparable, fell in love quickly, and the rest is history.”
I loved getting to know them during their session and can’t wait for their wedding next year!
“Amir and I met six years ago at Texas Tech University. I joined Alpha Chi Omega Sorority my first year at TTU. I kept running into Amir at Sigma Nu Fraternity parties through mutual friends. When we had our first conversation it felt like we were the only ones in the room, even though it was filled with at least one hundred people. We had such a memorable two years at TTU together; from attending each others date parties, to cheering on our Red Raiders on the football field.”
I’m excited to share some of my favorite images from their session and can’t wait for their wedding!
And then it was time to party! After the newly married couple entered the room, they had their sweet first dance followed by some toasts. Kendall, Collin, and all of the guests weren’t shy to get on the dance floor! Check out some of my favorite moments from the reception!
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After the ceremony we took some wedding party photos before they entered their reception. Tory and Harrison both did voice overs (where they say a sweet message) to their parents before the parent dances which had everyone tearing up! Even me! You can see more of the travel theme (I mean look at that cake!) in some of their detail photos. I am so thankful I had the opportunity to photograph their big day. Hope you enjoy some of my favorite moments from their reception!
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Emily and Tyler are genuinely some of the nicest people I have met. Their story is sweet, special, and uniquely theirs. One of my favorite parts of my job is getting to know my couples stories and sharing in their excitement about their big day. The day was filled with love as they surrounded themselves with friends and family from near and far. Check out some of my favorite moments from the first part of their day!
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There were so many sweet moments between Daniella and Stephen, but one of my favorite moments is during the ceremony when Stephen is looking at his, almost, bride! Here are some of my favorite pictures from their ceremony!
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These two met in high school but it wasn’t until Michael returned from his deployment to finish school at Texas Tech did they start dating! I loved getting to know them during their engagement session! Here’s how Michael popped the question:
My family used to ranch out in West Texas and I have a cousin who still lives there with his wife and 2 adorable kids. We’re all really close and go out to visit any chance we get. As a little girl I’d always go explore the sand hills and look for arrowheads. We went to go visit over 4th of July weekend and we all went out to the old ranch to drive around. We stopped at my old sand hills and decided to go hunt for arrowheads. As we climbed to the top Michael pointed over my shoulder and asked if that looked like and old Indian dugout, when I turned back around he was down on one knee! It was almost 10 years to the day after we’d met.
Can’t wait for their wedding next year!