Avery and Kyle began their journey in college as they became friends in a Metamorphosis class. Just like a caterpillar turns into a butterfly, soon did they realize that this friendship was developing into something new and extraordinary as well. Kyle and Avery are exciting
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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
How did you choose your venue? James and I have very different styles – I wanted a space that was more classic and traditional, and he likes things a bit more contemporary. Hotel Ella was a perfect blend since it is a historic location but beautifully updated. We wanted a ve
How did you choose your venue: Sacred Oaks? We originally planned to do he wedding in California in wine country at a vineyard but it was overwhelming and expensive, I saw a picture of Camp Lucy on
How did you choose your venue Rancho Mirando? We had taken a trip to California and originally wanted to get married in Napa. After looking at around 15 venues, I just couldn’t wrap myself around having a destination wedding. I
A little bit from the bride and groom... What are your day jobs? He works in Dallas at a commercial real estate company called HFF, she works in Fort Worth in F-35 supply chain at Lockheed Martin. Where did you both grow up? He grew up in
A few words from the bride.... Our "love story" began in Houston, TX in spring of 2008. I was finishing my final year at Texas Christian University and Chad was working in Houston, while getting his master's from Texas A&M. University...
David, a defense attorney, proposed to Jessica, a critical care nurse on a rooftop terrace at sunset. Very much the Austinite couple, they enjoy living in the Live Music Capital of the World and take advantage of the proximity of Lady Bird L
Kim and Mitch were married in November at Thurman's Mansion and they were inspired by their Texas roots and the beautiful Texas hill country.
One of my favorite architecture types in Texas is the historic wooden dance halls scattered about its small towns that were built by German and Czech ancestors. Some of them have been beautifully preserved and their wooden floors are still sanded down by the gentle slide of peopl