My third courthouse wedding of 2018 (woo!). I met this wonderful woman Ashley when she opened her new store in Fort Worth Wanderer. After a few conversations and collaborations, she asked me to shoot her elopement. I am so happy with how the photos turned out. Being apart of these intimate ceremonies were some of my favorite parts of 2018. I can't wait to shoot more in 2019!
Probably my favorite photography/video shoot of 2018. When Micah told me his proposal plan I knew I wanted to be involved. I Immediately booked my plane ticket and flew to Tennessee. The first step in this epic weekend was accompanying him on the journey of buying the ring. Below you can see the styled shots of this gorgeous custom ring.
I styled the ring with some greenery sunflowers, her favorite flower, and had written notes from Micah to Sami. I used natural lighting to show off the rings best qualities. Next on our list of things to do was set up our plan. Micah had a whole day worth of activities for him and his soon to be fiance. To get shots throughout the day I went along and photographed/videoed their day getting a behind the scenes look at the day of the proposal. Below you can see some of the shots from their hiking trip!
Next up on this elaborate proposal was surprising her with skydiving. At the bottom was a sign saying “Sami will you marry me?” Both of the families and I were waiting at the bottom to see the final moment. I was able to capture the entire memorable event. Again below you can see the photos and last but not least the video from the entire weekend. Hope you love it as much as I do!
About a month ago (I promise I am working on consistent blog updates) I had the opportunity to shoot my coworkers courthouse wedding. I really am starting to enjoy shooting this style of wedding. It is simple and focused solely on one thing, love. Allie and Atticus, it was a pleasure shooting your beautiful rainy day wedding!
The bouquet was designed by The Greenhouse 817 but included the personal detail of chicken feathers from their very own chickens. The boutonnière was made by Allie and was made up entirely of saved florals from every arrangement Atticus has given her. All these personal touches made shooting the details of their flowers so lovely and meaningful.