After their original plans for a Colorado wedding were thwarted by COVID, Joanna and Harrison opted for an intimate "minimony" at Chapel Dulcinea in Austin, the city where they met. After they tied the knot and rang the chapel bell, we headed to South Congress for super cool and colorful couples portraits.
I couldn’t help feeling like I was in a dream while photographing Jenn and Michael’s destination wedding on the beach of Puerto Vallarta. The venue, the florals, the details… I was like a kid in a candy store! Beyond the obvious beauty of the day was the undeniable love coursing through every single guest and moment.
These two lovely souls never had the chance to take engagement pictures before their wedding and were down to do something a little different. Elise absolutely loves colors and cool walls, so I knew just the place to take them to grab a few photos that captured their style and personalities!
I’m not sure I’ve ever seen a couple more excited to get married than Olivia and Ben. It’s people like them that make me fall in love with weddings all over again! Olivia looked like a real life Snow White, and the ivy walls with the pink and burgundy tones made the whole day feel perfectly romantic! Their wedding was featured in Brides of Houston.
I'm a sucker for a colorful wedding, especially at Sunset Coffee Building downtown. Lauren and Will opted for a laidback day filled with beautiful details and their closest family and friends. I photographed this wedding alongside my dear friend Taylor of Taylor Elizabeth Photography.