Alrighty, my last post left off with Lezlie and Justin’s tearjerker of a ceremony. If you missed it, be sure to back up to that post to see the start of the day because this post is all for the beautiful outdoor reception to celebrate the newly minted Mr. and Mrs.
Instagram cookies and the cutest coffee bar you ever did see? I’m telling you this was a reception after my own heart.
Justin’s cuff links were little camera mode dials. Love.
What. a. day.
It was such an honor for James and myself to get to document and celebrate such a momentous, joyous occasion in the lives of two people we hold dear to our hearts — congratulations, Mr. and Mrs. Lowe!
Justin and Lezlie’s wedding is truly a great example of my ideal wedding to photograph. It was so full of light, love, joy and beauty. Plus Justin is a super-talented videographer, so he and Lezlie really value documentation.
You could see on the facial expressions every single guest, wedding party and family member present that afternoon at Farmers Branch Historical Park, that Justin + Lezlie together is a good thing — a real good thing.
I couldn’t agree more.
Enjoy a peek into the first half of their wedding day and then be sure to check back later today for a second blogpost with all of their reception images.
Justin and Lezlie opted for a first look and I’m so glad this allowed them to start the day off treasuring these moments together.
Lezlie has got to be on a list of the most genuinely sweet people in all of existence. And Justin’s tender, thoughtful soul fits perfectly next to hers.
That’s all for this post, but much more fun reception images will be coming to the blog this afternoon!
Lovely, lovely Meredith got married this weekend so it’s finally okay for me to share some of her bridals with the world.
For the last portion of the session we headed over to Recycled bookstore as a little ode to hers and her now husband, Brandon’s number one date spot. As I mentioned in their engagement session post, both Meredith and Brandon l-o-v-e to immerse themselves in reading so what better setting for Meredith’s bridal session than the local Denton bookstore filled with row upon row of books.
Congratulations on becoming Mrs. McClure on Saturday, Meredith. I hope Brandon is as giddy about how your bridal session turned out as I am!
It’s been entirely too long since I last posted a wedding.
This particular one was on a stormy day in March.
Sarah and Kyle had an outdoor wedding in mind filled with whimsy and teacups. But as we watched the clouds roll in, the more we realized that this party was going to be moved indoors where the reception would be held.
But you know the bright, or rather, dry side of things — the rain stopped after the ceremony.
We scurried outside to use the last bit of light the cloud-filled sky would allow.
Something sweet Sara’s mother said during her toast stuck with me – “may Sara and Kyle always be like two kids on an adventure.”
And I just know that was the most fitting toast someone could have given for these two.
And that right there was Sara and Kyle’s wedding day — raindrops, porcelain rabbit, piñata, unicorn mask and all.
Also, lots and lots of adventure.