Tomorrow is Melanie and Barrett's wedding day, and I am so excited to head to Waco and celebrate them and their two families coming together as one! For their engagement session, mother nature decided it was going to be the rainiest weekend of all time, so we had to find an alternative plan for where to take their photos. I think we ended up with some pretty awesome locations! These two are so sweet together, and you can just see the love they have for one another instantly. It was so awesome to have the kiddos come along for part of the session and be a special addition to the photos. I can't wait to see what's in store Melanie and Barrett as they start their lives together tomorrow!
I am so excited to share sweet Anna's Waco bridal session! I didn't have to keep them a secret for too long, which is always a good thing for me with bridal sessions! It's just so hard hiding beautiful photographs on my computer! I had such a wonderful time with her and her parents during her session. They are one of the sweetest families, and it was such a blessing to be able to capture their daughter during this amazing time in her life. Anna married Kory this past weekend in Salado at Tenroc Ranch, and I cannot wait to share more from their wedding day very soon. But for now, I'll just let beautiful Anna's portraits speak for themselves! Enjoy!
My beautiful Megan! We've been best friends since the 5th grade, and while our lives have taken us to different places, we always seem to find a little space of time to hangout here and there. Megan graduated last week with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, and this hard workin' woman is going to be the one that saves your life, if you're in Waco that is! I'm so proud of all that she has accomplished, and I was so excited when she asked if I would take senior portraits for her. I got to do a double session with her and her sister, so it was double the fun. Love you Megan, and I know you will be one heck of an amazing nurse!
Heading to Waco for sessions is always fun for me since it's my hometown and there's a lot of awesome memories there, so when Lori's mom told me that Lori wanted me to do her senior portraits, I couldn't have been more excited! We brainstormed ideas for her session and came up with a few different ideas that we all loved and that incorporated some of Lori's favorite things. Suspension Bridge = Waco icon, it's a must (and I mean look at that gorgeous light!). Lori loves the mural walls that have started popping up all over downtown and Starry Night, which is also a personal favorite of mine, was a fantastic choice. We then headed to some historic homes because Lori loves them, and one of the mansions off of Austin Ave was the perfect place for her pretty blue dress and point shoes. Finally, I've been wanting to find a good field in the Waco area with amazing light, and I think I might have discovered it! We got bonus point because it turned out to be a wheat field and Lori was really involved in Future Farmers of America in high school. Perfect! I had so much fun gallivanting around Waco with Lori and her mom, and I'm so excited to be sharing these photos!
Congratulations to Lori, I know she's excited to be graduating from Robinson High School in the next few weeks and to be heading to Aggieland (whoop!) at the end of the summer!