Little words are needed to narrate the beautiful wedding of Kari+Mike at Texas Old Town. A country affair, lush with sunflowers and sunshine in a classically rustic venue. Come get wrapped up in the sweetness and joy of this celebration of the union of Kari+Mike.
The bride’s gift to the groom.
The groom’s gift to the bride.
A hilarious play-by-play of the bouquet toss!
Their dear friend Cody was not able to attend the wedding in person and be a groomsman as he is currently deployed, but he was able to be their during the toasts via video chat. This, to me, was a tear-jerker.
And then the party got started.
Birdseed as the send off. The groom had to empty his boots (and shirt) before getting the car after being bombarded by buddies.
How tight is your timeline?
I like to include a helpful hint with each featured shoot because the more you know and can prepare for your wedding or portrait session, the easier it will be and the better photos you will receive. Kari made sure there was ample time before the ceremony to get creative shots with her and her bridesmaids and Mike with his groomsmen. Plus, she allowed ample time for us to capture the details of the ceremony location, her dress, florals, cake, etc. which is just as important as purchasing all of those items in the first place. You’re spending a good deal of your budget on the details -big and small- so make sure you allow your photographer time to capture those details creatively so you can truly relive your day and remember what made it so beautiful and so special.
I’d love to work with you as you create your wedding day timeline. Give me a ring and we’ll make sure we allow ample time for beautiful captures of your priceless day -from the ring bearer’s pillow to the first kiss.