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Annie and Josh – Engagement Session in Fort WorthNature & Fairmount District

I am CRAZY excited for this wedding.  In just 4 short weeks these two are saying I do and kicking off a new life together at MOPAC here in Fort Worth.  If you are a bride of mine this sweet lady will look familiar – she is my amazing associate photographer Annie Norvell!  I love her sweetness, silliness and passion for photography, Christ and life.  I have always thought she was pretty amazing from the first time I photographed her – for her High School Senior Portraits!  But, when she met Josh this last year I watched her grow deeper in love with Jesus, focus her life and fall head over heels for a Man that fulfilled her.  It has truly been the best to see her mature along side him AND I have really loved getting to know Josh.  From Facebook messages and texts to plan a surprise proposal (see it HERE) and being at his side as he nervously awaited the moment he would ask Annie to marry him – Joshua has impressed me with his honesty, fun spirt and desire to serve God and the woman he believes was set apart for him.

 

This wedding will be a little extra special for me – Annie is like my baby sister – SO, Josh – welcome to the family!  I can’t wait for you to marry one of my favorite people in the world because I know she is for sure your favorite.

 

-Tracy Autem

p.s. – HUGE shout of thanks to Amanda for assisting me on this shoot, helping with poses, making them laugh and generally being a great person.  Love you girl!

 

Angela and Chad – Fort Worth Engagement Portraits

Tracy Autem Photography 2014 http://tracyautem.comAngela and Chad are getting married in 1 month at City Club of Fort Worth and I can’t wait!  These two met at a local restaurant where they became friends before starting to date.  They are a great pairing and bring out the best in each other.  During their session we hit Sundance square and a few spots downtown where Angela wore a super fun bold stripe skirt.  After we took it to a little more casual and headed over to Fairmount Old Home Supply.  There we had some fun and some distractions as a family and their very nude little boy made us all laugh.  I must say it was a tad awkward but the laughs that it caused were worth it.  One of the other (clothed) children makes a cameo in their photos riding past on his tricycle.  It is definitely a session I will not soon forget.  See you two in a few short weeks! -Tracy   Tracy Autem Photography 2014 http://tracyautem.com Tracy Autem Photography 2014 http://tracyautem.com Tracy Autem Photography 2014 http://tracyautem.com Tracy Autem Photography 2014 http://tracyautem.com Tracy Autem Photography 2014 http://tracyautem.com Tracy Autem Photography 2014 http://tracyautem.com Tracy Autem Photography 2014 http://tracyautem.com Tracy Autem Photography 2014 http://tracyautem.com Tracy Autem Photography 2014 http://tracyautem.com Tracy Autem Photography 2014 http://tracyautem.com Tracy Autem Photography 2014 http://tracyautem.com Tracy Autem Photography 2014 http://tracyautem.com Tracy Autem Photography 2014 http://tracyautem.com Tracy Autem Photography 2014 http://tracyautem.com Tracy Autem Photography 2014 http://tracyautem.com Tracy Autem Photography 2014 http://tracyautem.com Tracy Autem Photography 2014 http://tracyautem.com Tracy Autem Photography 2014 http://tracyautem.com Tracy Autem Photography 2014 http://tracyautem.com Tracy Autem Photography 2014 http://tracyautem.com Tracy Autem Photography 2014 http://tracyautem.com Tracy Autem Photography 2014 http://tracyautem.com Tracy Autem Photography 2014 http://tracyautem.com