Can you imagine planning a wedding from one thousand miles away? Well these two did just that, and pulled it off beautifully with the help of family and friends. With half of the guests coming from Texas and Mexico, there was so much care and consideration put into all the little details. Jaime’s BHLDN blush gown really set the tone for the entire day, and has to be one of the most beautiful wedding dresses that I have had the pleasure of photographing…maybe ever! I loved working with these two long distance (and in person!) as they were so calm, cool, and collected the entire planning process. Take a look at what one can accomplish an from the opposite side of the country.
Jessica and Steve had the most perfect of summer days for their Rustic Manor 1848 wedding. I fell madly in love with this location as it is the perfect blend of elegant and rustic, plus it has an absolutely insane amount of impossibly perfect photo backdrops. So many personal touches turned the venue into the vision that it became on their wedding day. The bride’s mother grew and arranged many of the flowers that decorated the tabletops, as well as the rosemary that graced each place setting. Wood Violet designed and arranged the wedding party’s flower arrangements as well as that incredible hop covered trellis. My favorite part of the day was Steve and Jessica’s first look, it was so full of anticipation and love. Capturing the pure emotion from that moment had my eyes welling with tears – always the sucker for that kind of love! I always say that the best part of my job is telling the story of love…it’s one hundred percent true.