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Ivonne’s Bridals

Friday, October 2nd, 2009

I met Ivonne at Turtle Creek Park in Highland Park. I had never been there before so I was very excited for a new location. Unfortunately neither of us had been there since it was a last minute location change and we both got lost on the way. It took me 30 minutes snaking my way thru Highland Park on the phone switching back and forth with my “voice-activated GPS” (my husband) and Ivonne and her car-load of people until we finally found the correct location.  It was exhausting and yet also extremely funny. Thankfully we had a friendly relationship before this meeting so we were all laughing on the way out of the car! Here are some of my favorites from this session.

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This photo is actually a mix of 2 different photos.

This photo was a last minute shot while we were walking to the car.

Roell Wedding 2

Monday, June 29th, 2009

Here are a few more from this very fun wedding.

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Roell Wedding 1

Thursday, June 18th, 2009

Here is one teaser from my latest wedding! The moms look so excited!

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Meghan and Matthew

Friday, June 12th, 2009

M & M’s wedding was held at the YWCA in Fort Worth. Built originally as an Elk’s Lodge Hotel it still reflects the 1920’s era and houses not only weddings and events, but a women and children’s shelter as well.

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Meghan’s mom planned and decorated the wedding and reception with help from family. The cake was baked and decorated by Matthew’s Aunt and Meghan’s dad stood as the Officiant. The service was short and sweet and filled with comic relief, something you only get when the officiant really knows the b&g. I had to stiffel laughs in between adjusting settings and focusing!!!  After the service we took some quick formals and it was off to the reception room. As I wandered around the reception I kept wondering why the caterer did not pick up the used plates. I was feeling a bit selfish and really wanted the settings clean for my photos, but then I realized there was NO caterer. Meghan’s mom had even prepared all the food for the reception! She did such a wonderful job at everything that I didn’t realize there were NO additional hired professionals other than me! What an honor it was to be there amongst only family and friends…  I truly enjoyed getting to know Meghan, Matthew and their families.