Ann & Kyle

In full disclosure, it is a little intimidating to shoot your wife’s boss’s wedding, but that nervousness dissipated the minute we walked into Ann’s room to start the day. Ann was literally radiant, and Kyle could not have been a more perfect groom, completely captivated by his bride. We are happiest as photographers when emotions are tangible. The smiles, laughter, tears were all on display and it was beautiful to document.

We cannot thank them enough for their complete confidence in us, for inviting us into such a sacred day, and for reminding us what it is to be truly grateful to be loved.

Sukhkamal & Jeremy

Our last wedding of the year was stunningly intricate, flawlessly planned, and full of details and moments that photographers dream about. . .Sukhkamal and Jeremy are obviously each other’s best friends and so at ease in each other’s presence. It was fun to watch as the reality of the day settled in on them and their smiles grew bigger and bigger as we flowed from ceremony to ceremony to celebration.

They were surrounded by devoted family that came from all corners of the world, amazing friends who reveled in the day – including bridesmaids who assisted with several complicated but seamless wardrobe changes, groomsmen that stayed up until 3am getting the perfect turbans tied, the women at the temple that fed everyone breakfast and lunch for the Sikh ceremony, and countless others that filled the day with tradition and friendship.

Yet again, it was an honor to be so fully welcomed into their day, their circle, and their families. . .

Thanks to Ross Bridge for all of their help and behind the scene’s work.

Heather & Wes

Last Saturday’s wedding was so much fun. . . that’s what we keep saying as we look at the photos. Heather and Wes are crazy about each other.They were both beaming with happiness the whole day, and they have fantastic family and friends that clearly love them a ton. Heather kept things elegant and simple with a black and white palate with lots of cool textures. The ceremony was at Bluff Park Methodist, the reception at B&A (one of our favorite indoor venues in town), and afterwards we went back with them to Ross Bridge to take some sunset shots. We had a blast wandering around the grounds with them, hanging out and taking epic pictures. As we were putting this post together, David said -“And this is why I love my job. . . ”

Joy and Michael

Joy and Michael are rad. . .I love that Joy is a total goofball and completely real around Michael, it will be the basis of a great life together! Michael is a meteorologist and ordered us an 85 degree day in June, which was perfect for an outdoor ceremony/reception at Ross Bridge. I had a fantastic time – it was an honor getting to know their families and friends, which is one of the joys of shooting an intimate wedding.

Amy & Derek

Most people don’t know that my photography career started in Taiwan the year we spent there with the Luce Foundation. Amy and Derek’s wedding felt a bit like coming home – Amy’s family is from Taiwan and we found ourselves smiling all day surroudning by the sounds, traditions, and ease of friendship that typified so much of our year there. The day was flawlessly coordinated by Anita of AK Brides and we got to work with our friends Angela and John from Mainstreet Productions. Carol of Lillie’s Flowers tied everything together with flowers in white and soft pinks.