Look, I finally made a new blog post! Ha!
Friends, it’s been a fun, crazy whirlwind of weddings and portrait sessions this Spring and I wouldn’t change a thing. Throughout this busy season it’s been hard to find the time to sit down and write a substantial blog post that’s made up of more than just a few words. Luckily, I’ve had my coffee already and it should be smooth sailing for the rest of the day. 😉
Anna + Hayden are one of the sweetest couples I have had the pleasure to get to know. I met them at the end of last year over coffee at a Starbucks in Keller, and we chatted about how they met, what they love to do and all they were excited about in planning their wedding day. I’ve been looking forward for their wedding, as it was the first 2018 wedding I had booked to officially kick off wedding season!
Their wedding day began with Anna, her mom and her bridesmaids all getting ready in the upstairs of her parents home in Denton. We then traveled to Ever After Chapel in Aubrey, TX where the bride slipped into her gorgeous BHLDN wedding gown and we met Hayden for their intimate first look. Although some dark clouds, rain and hail met us at the venue as well, and foiled our plans for an outside first look, it couldn’t keep us from capturing those same magical moments inside the chapel itself. Lucky for us, the rain subsided not long after and we were able to make it outside, without a care in the world for the wet ground beneath us. Then it came time for their wedding ceremony. The beautiful white chapel filled with loved ones, and ready for the intimate God-filled ceremony and worship Anna + Hayden had planned. With the bride’s father as their officiant- the bride, groom and all of their closest family and friends sang together and praised God for the day and the love that was being shared. Following the ceremony, we rang in the night with good food, drinks and a TON of dancing under the night sky.
Anna+ Hayden, thank you for having me as your photographer, and allowing me to be a part of your wedding day!
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