If you missed out on seeing the first session with this amazing crew, I suggest you check it out. It’s always crazy to see how much kids grow over time and I’m lucky to see that with several of my families over the years. And the Brantleys have definitely become one of my faves. This time around we met during Spring. The sun is out, the flowers are bright, and school is almost out. Couldn’t be better :)
Emilia & Juan are just one of those couples that you can't help but love. They're sweet, they're charming, and they're just stinking adorable (they MADE their wedding bands! Like forged them by hand. #legit)! Their wedding was definitely the smallest in guest count I've ever photographed, but it was arguably one of THE most heart-felt, intentional, and memorable as well. People from around the world, literally, came to celebrate this couple's new beginnings. Beyond beautiful. I'm telling you, I'd go back and live it again if I could, but I can't, so it's a good thing I was there to capture it all the first time ;)
Congrats Emilia & Juan! May your first year of marriage be the best ever!
When Kristin first contacted me about an engagement session in Bishop Arts, I was so excited. I love Bishop Arts and everything Dallas has to offer for the pedestrian life. We braved the potential rainy weather and ran over to the Continental Bridge and I got the last shot right as the rain began to pour. Like huge fat raindrops. Seriously, perfecting timing. We definitely had a blast, but getting to know her and Trevor during their session was definitely the highlight for me because these two are crazy perfect for each other and so real. I love hearing about how each couple met, each story is so unique to them. These two? Tinder. Love truly can be found anywhere if you're willing to look. #swiperight