B+B Wedding

What can I say – I fell in ‘client love’ when I met Bridget and Bill.  They’re truly lovely people – Paul and I have made some new dinner and wine friends!  B+B are ridiculously in love – everyone at the wedding witnessed how smitten they are with one another.  When they became teary eyed, so did I.  Bill and Bridge (that’s my  nickname for her, what a bright spirit) chose to do a first look (YAY!) .  Bill did shed a couple… which meant I did too.

We had such a terrific day – they began at the Omni where I was able to capture some bright, colorful, and urban images.  The ceremony was at St. Patrick’s Cathedral: GORGEOUS!  After the ceremony we ventured off to the T&P building for some crazy beautiful romantics.  Then to finish off the night (a-hem party time) their reception was  at the Ashton Depot.  This wedding will be featured in Brides of North Texas next month – thanks to Paper Planet; who provided the lovely paper goods for their wedding.  The theme Bridget went around was wood and lace; natural, delicate, beautiful.  They had a late evening Mexican coffee bar, midnight snacks served, and partied until 2 am (when I was in dreamland).

I am so thankful they allowed me to capture this monumental day in their life.  You two are stunning and I am looking forward to hanging my new sweet friends!  Happy Life B^2:Second Shooter Groom Love (Thanks Elisabeth!)Absolutely.Stunning. This image of Bill on the right, one of my favorites!First look bliss:Alone time with Mr. and Mrs. Hall

Dancing Machines!

Outtakes!  From Elisabeth and Moi

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linda jenkins Arden,I really like these photos! You captured the love of this couple. Well done.July 12, 2010 – 7:43 pm

Elisabeth Carol Gorgeous! I love how the hotel lobby window shots came out!! Ha and the shot of me! Hahah. Oh dear. What a precious couple they were!July 12, 2010 – 6:27 pm

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