nothin like getting your ring cleaned to make you fall in love with it all over again. I had the prongs replaced because the stone was becoming loose and they gave it back to me all shiny and new looking! This ring was passed down from my husband’s great-great grandmother. The papers we have on it says its from 1901. It’s a pretty incredible ring.
I had a fabulous time photographing Meredith and Patrick’s big day. It was an honor, really. Picture a beautiful fall day in Texas, silk gowns everywhere, pumpkin and hay trimmings and a giant Oak tree for an alter. It was the type of wedding Martha Stewart would be jealous of! Here are just a few of my favorite detail shots and a video. By the way, I think I found a new obsession with detail shots!! They’re so much fun! Meredith and Patrick, thank you so much for entrusting me with your special day!
This is a happy post for me!! My dear friend Erin is engaged to a great guy, they have a friend for Chloe on the way :) AND I’ll be shooting the wedding next year! Woo Hoo! Hopefully, this will include a trip to Hawaii for me *hint hint wink wink elbow jab* LOL. No but seriously, I’ll go anywhere to shoot the wedding. Bahamas, Grand Caymen, Mexico… Any of those will work. Ok, ok I’ll stop. Hawaii IS on the consideration list though. (fingers crossed)
I enjoyed this shoot SO much. Erin and Payton are just an incredible couple…and so in love. I was thrilled that they wanted to go downtown for their engagement photos. And downtown Dallas did not dissapoint. I can’t BELIEVE I’ve never shot there before. A-Mazing locations! I’ve been stuck in the burbs too long, I tell ya!
And for fun, a re-enactment of Baby and Johnny dancing on the log.