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Elisabeth & William – Wedding Reception at Fort Worth Club


After Elisabeth and Will’s ceremony at Holy Family Catholic Church we head to Fort Worth Club to start the party!  The night was full and fun and the dance floor was packed from start to finish.  It was clear that everyone enjoyed themselves and these two love birds made me smile all night long behind my camera.  Every couple touches my heart in different ways, these two, when they danced, ahhhhhhh.  It was beautiful to watch them have fun together, be silly and crazy then so soft and sweet.  To see more of their night check out their wedding highlight reel:

Thanks to Julie Eastman with Extraordinary Events and Design for pulling Elisabeth’s fairy-tale together and all the vendors that made it perfection.

Lush Couture Floral

Fort Worth Club – Location, Food and Cakes

Bliss Bridal

Dallas String Quartet (They are AMAZING!!!!)

The Roof Raisers Band

Halo Brides – Hair and MakeUp

It was BRRRRR cold outside but we sacrificed warmth for a few minutes to get this elegant downtown city lights shot at night.

These white lantern’s lined the hallway as you entered the reception space.  Along with the mirrors, windows and up-lighting  the play of light was magnificent (as seen below.)

Every little detail was perfect from the crystals suspended in water to the tiniest vase of white floral.


Custom Bride and Groom chair signs at the couples table.

Elisabeth’s Dad welcoming their guests.

I adored Elisabeth’s Sara Gabriel head piece from Bliss Bridal she wore for the reception.

The couple dancing with their parents.

I think the cake tasted good! 🙂

Go Frogs!  Both Elisabeth and Will attended TCU.

The dance floor is open!  Even Dad (above) and Grandma (below) got in on the action.

Have I mentioned I love her Pronovias gown, yep.  I LOVE it.  Look at how it moves!

A perfect kiss caught right before they walked out to their send off.


Brides of North Texas {Fall/Winter 2011 Issue Gown Shoot} Dreamy dresses, elegant bride, handsome groom and vintage detailing

I do have a true love story with brides and wedding dresses.  One of the main reasons I am passionate about shooting weddings is that I love the fairy tale, the excitement and the uniqueness that surrounds each wedding gown and the bride that chooses it.  When the owners of Brides of North Texas Magazine approached me about this dreamy vintage shoot I was on board from the  moment I saw the inspiration board.  It was completely up my alley as I love all things that are soft, natural, vintage and romantic.  It stood out to me as different as well from other gown editorials as we were going to throw into the mix a good looking young man, some designer suiting, a table-scape, detail shots and a boudoir look!  I was completely taken a back as well as I thought, little old me, shoot a gown editorial?  I knew I could do it but I also think that a degree of humbleness and wanting to improve is essential to any artists growth.  This shoot humbled me, wowed me and when I finally held the magazine in my hands I was in awe of what I created.  I actually looked at my staff and said I can’t believe these are my photos!  I am so in love with each image and the Brides of North Texas staff so blessed me with this opportunity.  I can’t wait for the projects I will shoot with them in the future!  Later this Fall I will share some more images from the shoot that are not in the magazine as well as a few behind the scenes moments.

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