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On Friday I had the pleasure of photographing Matt and Emily’s small wedding (elopement) at the Fort Worth Japanese Garden. It was a perfect day and the weather was beautiful for this winter wedding. I met up with Emily at the Renaissance Worthington Hotel as she was getting ready. The room was beautiful and overlooked…

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Dustin and Katie’s wedding is today and we are so excited for them!!!!!  It’s a beautiful spring day here in Dallas and the weather here is perfect.  I can’t wait to show their wedding pictures next week so stayed tuned for those.  But for now help me in wishing these two a very happy wedding…

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  I have been meaning to share this wedding for awhile as I love all the unique decor elements and the orginality of this wedding.  I was designed by the talented Wendy Kay Tylaska of Birds of  a Feather.  She came up with a wedding favor of handmade soap with personalized jars.  She also did a vegetable/fruit…

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I met up with Trip and Lindsay last Friday for their engagement session.  We had so much find finding spots in the Dallas Arts district for pictures.  It’s one of my favorite spots in downtown Dallas.   You can find pretty tulips planted and then a cool art installation on loan to the city.  So…

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I met up with Sergio and Lacey a couple of months back for some anniversary photos.  They had just celebrated their 2nd wedding anniversary.  So Big CONGRATS to them!!!!!!!  Personally, I feel anniversary pictures are just as important as engagement photos.  You should document your wedding anniversaries as each year that passes is just as…

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  • Lacey - I love all of these, Shauna! They are fabulous, as usual. 🙂ReplyCancel

                                                                             

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So wedding season in Dallas is pretty much here now and things are kicking into high gear.  We do have a low season at the beginning of the year and so what do  Dallas wedding photographers do during the low season.  Well ask a former couple to come up with a creative shoot idea in…

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  • Ross Pulliam - These came out fantastic! It was a really fun photo shoot and I’m glad my wife was able to sign us up for it. Let us know if you get any other ideas you need to experiment with!

    Thanks for the anniversary nod, it’s hard to believe it has already been 2 years!ReplyCancel

  • Robert Welch | New Orleans Wedding Photographer - What a wonderful idea for a 2nd Wedding Anniversary, nicely done. The juxtaposition between the married couple dressed up in their wedding attire surrounded by the modern city hustle & bustle is an interesting project. I think it’s a nice concept to reflect the inner world of two people who have their own personal space with each other, in the context of the bigger, impersonal world we live in. These photos nicely show in an artistic way how we live this dual life between the romanticized world of weddings and nuptial bliss, and the cold, hard world of urban life.ReplyCancel

So excited to share Ellen’s bridal session with you.  These were taken at a home in Dallas and the owner is a family friend. It really was perfect for this bridal session and looked like a villa in Tuscany.  I know Ellen’s wedding shower was also hosted here.  With all the light and spaces to…

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