Yasmin & Scott are just fabulous, put them anywhere and they just immediately fall into loving on each other and being oh so perfectly sweet for the camera. It was such a pleasure to photograph them! They had a very unique wedding day with TWO ceremonies! Today I am sharing the first ceremony at Robert Carr Chapel on the TCU campus. Their second ceremony, a Persian one, took place at Fort Worth Club in tandem with their reception.
Yasi arrived at TCU and slipped into her ornate sequined yet sleek lined gown - the pattern of the beadwork was perfectly places to emphasize her shape. Once ready these two chose to share a private moment, yet with out seeing each other, before they walked down the aisle. Yasi & Scott exchanged notes around a door, smiled and cried a little before heading off for final preparations for the wedding. During the ceremony the Father officiating asked for the audience to weigh in with some martial wisdom from the couples married the longest and shortest in attendance. It was so personal and made everyone laugh. Scott and Yasi scored major points with me as they laughed, smiled and held tightly to each other upon exiting their wedding. Their first moments as husband and wife were spent talking and holding one another – just as it should be! When a couple can’t wait to be alone for those few minutes – it is my FAVORITE part of any wedding day!
Check back tomorrow for the conclusion of this wedding story! This wedding was pulled together by the following vendor team:
Neiman Marcus – Brides Gown
Vivian Jade – Paper Products
The Violin Guy