Amy & Thell were married on a mid-December day that felt like a gorgeous fall day at the LDS temple in San Antonio TX. They shared that beautiful wedding day surrounded by their children, grandchildren, and lifelong friends. As always with intimate family weddings I was honored to be included. They were so excited to finally be married it was a joy to watch! They followed up their wedding with a casual luncheon at a nearby restaurant where I captured the event and took family portraits for each of the grown children with all those adorable granchildren.
Meet the Harts: what a great name for a wedding couple! I tremendously enjoyed working with this bride and groom, whom I met at Ryan and Havilah’s Dripping Springs wedding last summer. Their quiet sardonic humor made my sarcastic attitude feel right at home, and their unique sense of style was great fun to capture at the LDS temple in San Antonio with a reception the next night in Bee Cave. And ironically, when Troy’s grandma asked whose wedding I was in San Antonio for that weekend, she said she’s known this family since the bride’s parents were dating almost 50 years ago! Although they had lost touch, with Facebook around now we have no excuse to repeat that. Thanks again for inviting me into such a special occasion, and I’ve enjoyed our new friendship.
Ryan and Havilah were such a fun couple with a down to earth attitude that is a photographer’s dream. We met at the LDS temple in San Antonio for the wedding, with a reception near Dripping Springs, Texas the next day. Creative themselves, they used that to identify with me and were game to try anything. Their wonderful senses of humor and easygoing demeanor created a fantastic day, calming my nerves for my first wedding shoot. Thank you for asking me to be a part such a special occasion, and I wish you wedded bliss!