Jennifer and Shane were married on September 11th at the Piazza in the Village in Colleyville. It was a beautiful day and Jennifer was a stunning bride in her Watters gown. We started the day at a local hotel form some primping before heading to the Piazza. We had such a great time with Jen, her family and bridesmaids laughing and hanging out as they were being beautified by the awesome hair and make up team Jennifer brought in. Once at the Piazza it was wedding time before we knew it and when those double doors opened Shane was just beaming to see his bride. During the ceremony they did a unique unity candle lighting where after lighting their one candle they passed the flame on to their parents and across the congregation of the chapel. I always love to see new and different things at weddings and this was a first for me. Then it was on to the party! Here are some favorite photographs that tell the story of their Dallas Fort Worth Wedding day with moments, details and portraits.
Jennifer's fabulous shoes. I LOVE them.
I love these two photos, I couldn’t decide between them so I am sharing them both. Jenn’s Dad has been the guy with the camera all his life and he was running around taking photos as the girls got dressed. I didn’t mind, it made him feel comfortable. I did let him know he could trust me and I feel that he did. In these moments you see him relaxing, watching his baby girl become a bride and the pride and love is clear. I am a Daddy’s girl myself so these make me melt.
Jennifer’s HOT Watters gown (Have I mentioned how much I love them, yeah, one of my favorite designers.)
Double the fun with two of Jennifer!
The chapel’s door and awesome blue sky
The wait was over! Jennifer revealed at the chapel entrance with her Daddy.
Shane’s Dad wiping a tear by Sarah Halferty
That was SOME KISS! WHOOO! Married!
First Dance Twirl
Scrumptious cake and lighting, the room looked perfect.
A moment to themselves before the toasts began.
Jen and her Dad cracking up at Shane’s Father’s toast.
Dancing with Dad & Mom.
One of their friends brought these fabulous cut out faces for the photo booth and we had to steal them for a fun photo. I love it.
Last moments alone before the big farewell!