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Breanne & Jarred – Reception at Ashton Depot

 

Breanne & Jarred’s wedding day was completed with one amazing party at The Ashton Depot.  We had everything from mini pies, delicious cakes to a flash mob!  That’s right, a flash mob (My first one ever at a wedding!)  It was completely fun and made even more perfect by their team of vendors including:

Sarabeth Events – Event Coordination and Design

LeFleur Couture – Floral

Cakes – Creme de la Creme

Mini pies & catering – Ashton Depot

Randal Stout Entertainment – MC & Photo booth

Erin Blair Gobin – Hair & Make Up

Johnathon Link Studios – Video

Studio 54 – Band

DFW Lounge Rentals – Outdoor Furniture

Here is their highlights slideshow:

Their color scheme in yellows, oranges and touches of browns and gray’s was completely elegant and was perfect at Ashton Depot.

Paper product Love!

Bre & Jarred wanted to remind their guests to give back.  So their favor and seating card included a hand made pouch with seeds to encourage them to invest and plant in missions.

Amazing shot from above by our intern Sarah!

Their first dance.

It was this little guy’s first birthday so they shared in the fun with him by presenting him with a special cupcake!

Just love how Jarred is looking at Breanne’s Dad during his welcome speech.

A family that prays together will be strong indeed and so therefore I just melt at the sight of this image.

This couple run the mission in Hati where the couple first met and they traveled to Texas just for their wedding.  So Cool!

I think they liked the Flash Mob.

We always have to steal away a few moments at sunset.

All smiles when she is in his arms!

Mallory & Ryan {Married} Part 2 Romantics, Details and Reception

After Mallory & Ryan’s wedding at Robert Carr Chapel on the campus of TCU we took advantage of the beautiful light outside for portraits then headed on to their reception at Stonegate Mansion. Randall Stout provided our entertainment for the evening and as he introduced the bridal party they danced out to special introductions and Mallory and Ryan bumped booty’s and were silly as they took the floor for their first dance. They danced cheek to cheek and he twirled her and I loved the movement in her gown. As they cut the cake Mallory had a little too much fun and smashed just a bit of it on Ryan’s face. He was a good sport and gave her a icing covered kiss. During toasts Ken, Mallory’s Dad, shed a few tears. I love this man and he is truly a great Father. The couple had unique parent dances as Mallory and Ken broke into a little old school hip hop number and Ryan and his Mom did a sweet choreographed routine. The danced, mingled and enjoyed their guests before a stalled take off in a classic Rolls Royce. I love that their wedding like so many had bumps but it is all the things, planned and unplanned, that make up the memories of our weddings. Mallory and Ryan have the best hearts and I know their future holds many wonderful things.

Mallory pulled together a pefectly planned country chic reception and wedding day with the help of a fabulous team of vendors and her dear Dad. Ken spent lots of time chopping wood at their ranch and doing creative things like wood burning their table numbers, initials and date onto tree stumps. Most amazingly he made a ring box for the couple. Tami Winn of Le Fleur Couture brought the flower vision together. We were joined by Turquoise Video Productions for wedding cinema and food by The Reata. To see more of their gorgeous day see the slide show below!

 

Summer & Paul {Married} University Christian & The Modern Art Museum

 

LOVE does not begin to describe how I feel abut the photo – Andy Warhol, Marilyn Monroe, available gallery light and one very in love couple is my idea of perfect.

This wedding was SO amazing.  It had everything a wedding needs to make me a very happy photographer.  The best couple that is head over heels in love with each other.  My favorite team of vendors, coolest venues in Fort Worth and the undeniable prescience of God.  Through out their day I had goose bumps, teary eyes and a smile plastered to my face.  I could not be happier for Summer and Paul and I hope to be a part of their journey together in the years to come as they are extraordinary people.  I think if you take a moment to look at their images you will see why.

Thanks to the team who made it so perfect!

Kristyn Hall – Event Elements for Planning and Coordination

Tami Winn – Le Fleur Couture

Bliss Bridal – Brides Gown

Randal Stout Entertainment

Turquoise Video

Magnolia Avenue Salon

Cafe Modern

Creme de la Creme

Terry Costa – Brides maids attire

Romantic Remembrances – Transportation

Summer cried as she read Paul’s note to her before the ceremony and she gasped when she opened the pearl necklace he gave her.  So sweet.

Pure excitement as Summer’s Sister-in-law helped with the veil

I am a sucker for emotion and my favorite is when it comes from the groom, he teared up as he read her note as well.  So in love.

Ready to walk down the aisle, look at her smile…glowing.

So happy to see his beautiful bride.

Mazel tov!

This amazing floral art work by Tami Winn was the coolest thing I have ever seen at a reception.

First Dance

The above shot is the one thing that this couple KNEW they wanted before ever even looking for a photographer.  I think we nailed it and I can’t wait to see it hanging in their home!

As an artist I just adore being able to photograph people in front of Iconic work by Rothco or Warhol….It is just beyond special.

One of my favorites!  love all the neutral tones.

This photo takes on a special meaning.  Not knowing about her Dad’s speech to come I took this image.  Later on as her Dad spoke he remembered a photo he has of a young Summer, hands on her face, posing in front of this very artwork.  Some things change but some things never do.

Neck nuzzling is the best.

Her Grandpa moved me to tears when he spoke.  What a God filled man with words of wisdom and Love for his little girl and her cowboy.

Private last dance

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