Undoubtedly, one of the most important detail photographs we capture on the wedding day is the image of the rings. They are the outward sign of the couple's union and the journey they are about to embark upon. They are precious, unique and special...just like the bride and groom.
In today's digital world, the @ symbol typically refers to virtual locations such as an email address, Twitter handle or other such social
media identity. Well, Emily and I have decided to use the @ symbol in a much less technical, far more retro way. It will represent our brick and mortar new location in Richardson, TX.
Hilary and David love living in uptown Dallas. On a somewhat dreary and damp day, we headed out to McKinney Ave in search of some great backdrops that screamed Uptown Dallas to capture images that told the story of their life together and that of the the Avenue they love so much.
Becca and Tommy's rustic North Dallas wedding ceremony and reception were simply elegant, beautiful and full of emotion. They proclaimed their love and exchanged vows and rings in an intimate church ceremony surrounded by their family, friends and loved ones before making their way to the historic Cotton Mill in McKinney, TX.
Since the alternative is using a photo from an evening out with friends in which you somewhat strategically crop out said friends, beverages and neon Coors Light signage; can you really afford NOT to have a head shot?
Since Lauren is in the wedding and events industry, her and Cory's wedding weekend was exquisitely planned down to the final detail; every i was dotted and every t crossed. After their elegant ceremony everyone shuffled and wobbled their way into the early hours of the morning!
Allie recalled walking into the Piazza in the Village and saying, "This is where I will be married!" First things first though, before the wedding it was time to capture her bridal photos. Her gown was exquisite, her hair and makeup beautiful. She was radiant, confident and each new scene was Allie and her mom's favorite.
Shelby mentioned to Michelle that she wanted to leave a note on THE truck. She could never bring herself to leave the note, that is, until Valentine's Day 2011. Fueled by the prospect of love, and a few glasses of wine, Shelby left a note that simply read, "Love the Truck. Call Me, Shelby".
Kendra and Brian met three years ago at school. She played a little hard to get for the first six months. Kendra eventually accepted Brian's invitation for dinner at P.F. Changs. Fast forward to New Years Eve 2010. They returned to that same restaurant and it was there that he proposed. This time, Kendra did not play hard to get.