We’ve been treated with some great fall weather in Houston this year, and Blake and Jessica’s engagement session at The House Plantation in Cypress was the height of it. Such a beautiful place! We met up with the two and their pup Dixie right before sunset and spent the rest of the time wandering around finding so many great spots to shoot. As the sun slowly dipped over the trees, we finished the session out in a field, with the moon slowly rising behind. It was such a great time, and I can’t wait for their wedding coming up in April 2015!
I originally met Paul and Marci at Adam and Whitney’s wedding a little over a year ago (can’t believe it’s been a year already!). Paul was Adam’s best man, and he and Marci helped to make their wedding the blast that it was. These two are a special couple, that I’ve enjoyed so much getting to know. They each have a relaxing calm about them that pairs them so well with each other. Their engagement session at Hermann Park was a breeze because of their natural chemistry that shone through, making the photos truly something special.
On the day of the wedding, both Marci and Paul were calm, confident, and ready to get hitched! The natural progression of the day was so great, sprinkled with fun, touching moments that made it unique and all its own. These two deserve each other, and I am so excited about their long, happy future together. I invite you to check out Marci’s bridal session at Rice University as well, after you’ve had a chance to go through their wedding.
Congrats to Paul and Marci!
I’ve been anticipating Kayli and Jason’s wedding for some time now. When we got together a few weeks before the wedding, we discussed some ideas for their wedding that would make it really special and different – to match their engagement session with the Presidential heads earlier this year! We elected for me to meet the guys at Cutthroat Barbers on Washington Avenue the day before the wedding for coverage as they all got straight shaves, haircuts, and a little general pampering. It was such a fun time that produced some great images, capped off by one of the better prime rib sandwiches I’ve had at the nearby Laurenzo’s (thanks to Kayli’s dad for his generosity!).
The wedding and reception were a blast, complete with karaoke, an electric guitar groom’s cake for Jason (who plays bass in a local metal band), and a beautiful set up that only Rockefeller Hall can offer. The party was going right up until the last song, when Kayli and Jason exited to their car to be whisked off to their honeymoon in Hawaii. I had so much fun with these two in the days leading up to their wedding, and the big day was no different. Congrats to you both, and thanks so much!