Category archives: Bridal Sessions

Sarah and Chris met while at UT and finally he caught Sarah's attention. The two realized that this was something special and Chris decided to propose to his special girl as they overlooked the bayou. Sarah's bridal portraits were incredibly special because they were taken at
This bridal portrait session was incredibly special for us because, not only is our bride sweet and beautiful, but also because we were the first to have the opportunity to photograph at the historical Woodbine Mansion in Round Rock, Texas. The Woodbine Mansion was
  Missy wanted to have her bridal portraits taken at her wedding venue, Sacred Oaks at Camp Lucy. We really wanted to take advantage of the old oak trees and natural woodland landscapes. Our favorite part of her dress was the ornate, hand beaded sleeves
Kristen's classically inspired bridal portraits were taken at the formal Commodore Perry Estate. We loved her dress which featured swan feathers on the top bodice and a lovely train with ruffled chiffon layers. I loved the symbolic tough of the swan feather, they mate
We photographed Stephanie's glamorous bridal portraits at the historic Chateau Bellevue in downtown Austin. She radiated classic beauty and her hair and makeup team were on site to help make sure everything was flawless. I loved her Vera Wang veil that had delicate and intricate
This past weekend, one of my sweetest most delightful clients got hitched to her prince charming. During the toasts, her mother loving described how she 'lights up a room when she walks in' and I can attest to this one. Her joy, kindness and beauty radiates like no other I have s
Its great to have a chance to be extremely creative with a shoot after the couple has been married.  There are just so many limitation on the wedding day...time, locations, lighting.  So, some of my couples opt to have what I call an 'After Session', though some refer it to 'tras