We recently photographed Emalie and Jonathan’s wedding at The Trammell Crowe in the Arts District of downtown Dallas. We had a great time shooting all day long.
Getting ready at the Stoneleigh in Dallas.
A warm touch between mother and son.
I love this reflection of Jonathan looking out the window.
Jonathan reading his Iguana conservation magazine.
Check out Emalie’s awesome birdcage veil!
Jonathan’s dad helped him out with the tie.
Scott noticed this on the TV… check out the wedding photography going on behind the TV reporter.
They see each other for the first time before heading downstairs for group shots.
Grandpa seeing them for the first time.
The ceremony was in the courtyard at the Trammel Crowe building in downtown Dallas.
The girls hanging out at the top of the building waiting for the time to go down for the ceremony.
Beautiful light, beautiful bride. ^_^
Emalie and Jonathan had a photo booth at their reception.
Gyros quartet doing an awesome job and playing so beautifully as always.
Checking out their photobooth guest book.
Family group hug!
A different departure… glow sticks!
View all of our favorites from Emalie and Jonathan’s Wedding here.
We are so happy! Doug and Brenda got their proofs and their enlargement print from their engagement portrait session and they emailed us this sweet message/image.
As usual, I can’t help but want to share.
Thank so much guys! It put smile on our faces ^_^ We know we are going to have a good time photographing your wedding. Just can’t wait!
I am so psyched! Doug and Brenda’s wedding will be in Maryland next year. I totally can’t wait!!!
I am ahead of myself again ^_- We recently met with Doug and Brenda in Deep Ellum. They visited her family in OK and made a special side trip to come to TX so we can shoot their engagement portrait. We had a wonderful time walking around trying to find the light and they were up for anything. That was fun!
Cat and Keefe’s wedding took place on a beautiful October day, at the Northside Baptist church in Carrollton and their reception was at Maxim restaurant in Richardson. We had a lot of fun and we’re glad to be able to have been a part of it all!
Keefe’s sister delivered Keefe’s gift.
It was pretty packed in the bridal room.
High Five before the ceremony!
Cat’s dress got caught in the door before walking down the aisle.
Check out all the cameras! Can you find me? Where is Tem?!
Significance of the ring.
Practice makes perfect.
I came inside to grab our gear and saw this couple. I really like the image for some reason ;p
After the ceremony we stopped by Castle Hills to do some bridal party portraits and Leo spotted this awesome 1927 Model A Ford that the owners were kind enough to let us take some photos with.
They pinned flowers for all the guests at the reception.
The kid’s table was very cool with lots of crayons and coloring books.
Cat had to play a game where she passed a lemon from the bottom of one pant leg to the other.
The cutest cake face ever!
Garter makes a pretty fashionable armband ;p
Lively Dance floor for sure!
View all of our favorites from Cat and Keefe’s Wedding here.
We recently photographed Julie and Matt’s engagement portrait session at The Mansion on Turtle Creek. We had great weather, and great light, and the day just was awesome! We had a great time exploring the location with Julie and Matt.
Their wedding is at the end of October next year and I just have a feeling that their wedding is going to be a fun one, I can’t wait!
From today till December 15th, all prints order prices are discounted 15%! Even the beautiful metallic prints are subject to the discount… YAY!!!
Just go to our online proofing site and order your prints. The discount is reflected in the price of the print sizes you choose!
We also added an option for our box of 250 4×6″ prints to our online ordering that you can now order directly from the site. You can even specify quantities for different photos within that box of 250 prints there as well.
By the way, go vote if you haven’t!
A couple of weeks ago we photographed Jennifer’s bridal portrait session in her gorgeous dress at The Dallas Arboretum. We can’t wait for the wedding!
We recently photographed Tess and John’s wedding at the Dallas Zoo. When we first met and asked how they found us, they said they had searched for ‘quirky wedding photography’ for their wedding and we came up. We knew right away we are in for a treat. It was a beautiful day and both of us had a wonderful time shooting all day long.
Tess and Karen getting their hair done at Orange.
John and his brother David getting ready at The Magnolia Hotel.
On our way out to the zoo with Omar the biker in the elevator.
The ceremony area was at the Chimpanzee lookout and it was so neat seeing the chimps siting there watching Tess and John get married.
Tess’s vintage Blythe doll. She is really cool and all dressed up for the special event, she can change her eye colors and everything… pretty neat indeed.
On the way to Prime Meridian Flamingo Deck for the reception.
More Blythe doll guests.
Barel o fun!!!
View all of our favorites from Tess + John’s Wedding here.