I enjoyed taking photos of this cute couple! Hershon couldn’t believe we would be taking pictures for an entire hour, but we did.We included some of the few remaining bluebonnets in the area as well. Congratulations, Kristin and Hershon!
The bluebonnets come and go so quickly, but it’s fun to capture their brief visit every year. This year, David, Noell, and AG took me to a location they had been last year. David has one of those trucks that can go anywhere (or at least I think he thinks it can go anywhere). So, we headed off the main road, up a hill, and parked on the other side of the hill facing a small valley. Of course, worst-case scenario me imagined the truck rolling down and wedging itself into the dip staring at us, followed by a vision of pregnant Noell and me somehow attempting to help free the truck with our super strength while David maneuvered/directed from the driver’s seat. haha – all of that before I even stepped out of the vehicle. The bluebonnets were quite tall where we were, and I was deathly afraid of stepping on a snake as we walked around getting different shots. But all of the worry was for naught; we had a fun, worst-case-scenario-less shoot.
Last week, I had the opportunity to photograph another great Austin wedding, joining Henry and Lindsey on their big day. Henry and Lindsey met in a running club, and though Henry tried to impress her with his “fantastic running skills”, it wasn’t until they saw each other again later that he was able to catch her eye and keep her.
The bride planned the wedding herself, had a friend help with coordinating on the day of, and I must say the day couldn’t have gone better. The wedding was held in the front lawn of a beautiful home near downtown Austin; it was decorated Texas-style since a majority of the guests were from California or Canada. The guests were even taught how to sing “Deep in the Heart of Texas” during the ceremony. Hilarious!
Thanks to Tru.Identity Photography + Designs for allowing me to partner with them on this day!
With a special guest appearance by Hannah!
Initially intending this to be a one hour shoot, we had all kinds of fun with different locations and wardrobe choices, I ended up extending the shoot another hour. I loved the last pair of shoes! Super snazzy, in my opinion. (I’m sure there is a more hip way to describe the cool factor of the shoes, but for some reason, all I could think of was snazzy.) Enjoy!