Erin is just one of those girls who is stunning – big beautiful eyes, great figure, pretty smile and a sweetheart to the core. She selected the perfect gown for her that hugged her body in all the right places and felt classic and clean in style. The dress was accented with a dazzling sash and I am kind of in love with her head piece. I think my words when she pulled it out of the box were: I wish all my brides would wear something like this! Why? Because it so perfectly fit with her dress, her hair style and made her look feel so special once she removed the veil. Plain old hair combs are pretty but THIS was special! Scroll down for some closer photos showing her cascading comb…..ahhhhh. LOVE. Well, enough about a hair comb – this girl was married 2 weeks ago at St Patricks Cathedral and The Modern Art Museum so her wedding images will be making a splash soon. Shout out to fabulous hair by Renn Traylor!
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After Ashley and Matt tied the knot at Maple Manor in Dallas we switched up locations completely from garden to downtown high rise at City Club Dallas where they had their reception. I always love working at City Club as their staff, food and service are just phenomenal. They really saved the day actually as just days before the wedding Ashley realized she had told City Club Sunday’s date for her reception instead of Saturday! All was taken care of though, the reception moved to Saturday and it was gorgeous. The night was jam packed with fun from Matt & one of his groomsmen singing “Gold Digger” by Kanye to the crowd, Oklahoma University Pride, and non stop dancing. I know that everyone had such a good time and we did too! Here are some photos from their Dallas Wedding Reception!
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March 4, 2010 Dr. & Mrs. Max Hendrix
On February 13th I had the privilege of spending the day with Jennifer and Max as they said their vows and had a stunning wedding and reception. The moment I met Jennifer at our studio I knew I wanted to be a part of this special day. Jennifer’s sweetness and kindness just won me over completely so I can see how Max fell so hard for her. We have been lucky to be a part of this journey with them from their engagement session, engagement party through the rehearsal dinner and on into their married life.
To describe their wedding in a few words: Timeless, Elegant, Loving & Sweet. The best part of those words is Loving and although these two are over the moon for each other the love that I saw from all of their family members was what stuck me. They were so welcoming to all their guests as well as us. These families are so amazing that by the end of the weekend I even felt like I was one of them! Their relatives toasts made me laugh, cry and most of all know both families were excited to be gaining a new relative. Jennifer and Max are definitely loved.
From decor to attire every aspect of this day had a timeless feel. I love shooting a wedding and knowing in 5 years or 20 it will look current because Jennifer and her family took such care in planning along with Tami Winn Events. Jennifer reminded me of a starlet like Grace Kelly in her amazing gown and veil and her bridesmaids wore classic floor length black dresses. This wedding was a studio event as we photographed them all day and both of my associates joined me to make sure nothing was missed. They were married at TCU’s Robert Carr Chapel followed by a reception at The Colonial Country Club. Floral by Tami Winn’s Le Fleur Couture and scrumptious cake by The Cake Guys.
Here is their slide show and some of my favorite moments from their day. Tons of them are in Black and White because as I said timeless was definitely a word for this wedding and when editing my favorites I just kept seeing them that way. Enjoy!
I wish you both the best in all the years to come. Thank you for your kind hearts and allowing us to get to know you.
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