A special moment shared between two people who love each other and want to spend the rest of their lives together. That’s what I was able to witness and photograph at Chris and Brooke’s wedding. They were so adorable together and definitely in love! They were married in a simple ceremony surrounded by family and friends in Round Rock, Texas. The emotions shared and captured on their wedding day were beautiful to witness. Congratulations Chris and Brooke! Here’s to many happy years together!
When two people are married, it is a time of excitement and joy! I had the opportunity to photograph Reagan and Sean's wedding this past January in Round Rock, Texas. Their wedding happen to coincide with one of the coldest days during the winter season. It plummeted to below freezing when we were outside taking their wedding portraits. Then it started to rain and hail on us at the very end. But these two stuck it out!
Reagan and Sean, I wish you many more days of happiness together in the future and a lifelong marriage! Congratulations!
Where did the time go? It's February!
I seem to have gotten behind on my postings with all the craziness going on in my house. I've been sick going on a month now. I'm finally feeling better! Hurray! Yesterday, a stomach bug tried to take me down.
Let's catch up on my P52 project.
P52 - Week 3
This week's theme was Routine. Everyday after I pick Jackson up from school, he does homework. I'm a firm believer in getting homework done first, so he can play later. This particular night was reading and math.
P52 - Week 4
This week's theme was My Favorite. It could have been anything that's a favorite of mine. I choose to photograph my wedding and engagement rings. They're my favorite because they represent the love I have for my husband. He's my rock. We were just two college kids when we met, and a lot of people thought our marriage would never last because we were engaged after knowing each other for 9 months. This summer will be our 10 year anniversary.
P52 - Week 5
The Seasons. In Texas, our winter is random. We get some brutally cold (or at least what we consider brutally cold) days, then 24 hours later we can have an 86 degree record breaking winter day in January. That was the case on this day. It was gorgeous outside. We all took our shoes off, were playing on the driveway, and just enjoying the weather.