Oh my gosh, talk about an absolutely beautiful summer country wedding! This one was one for the books! I had the amazing pleasure of shooting Keri and Lucas’s engagement session last year which was absolutely amazing. If you haven’t already seen it, you can check it out here. And now, I got to capture their amazingly beautiful wedding at The Grove in Aubrey Texas. This was the absolute perfect setting to capture their day. It was insanely hot, but that didn’t stop us from capturing some of the most stunning portraits of the two of them. This venue has to be one of my favorites that I have shot at recently, complete with a beautiful reception hall, stunning outdoor ceremony site, and best of all… an adorable treehouse. Here’s a glance at just how perfect their wedding day was…
Venue: The Grove
Wedding Coordinator: Maria Lynch
Wedding Dress & Bridesmaids Dresses: Alfred Angelo
Make Up Artist: Danielle McKinnon
Hairstylist: Kim Jones-Thompson
Tuxes/Suits: Men’s Warehouse
Flowers: Maria Lynch
Photo Booth: Toast Entertainment
Cake: Bimini Sweets
Catering / Bartending: Amazing Caterers
Huge shoutout to my awesome second shooter Megan Rhodes for being so great!
these are gorgeous!! I love this wedding- love the colors, the dress, the cake- and beautiful location! Very well done- great compositions and editing!
Absolutely incredible. What a unique wedding.
The way you captured it is absolutely perfect!
This wedding looks like it was straight from a magazine! Amazing images and event!
Love the colors, the setting, and especially the treehouse! What stunning images! I really love the intimacy in these photos!
So much love, this is beautifully rendered. Very intimate and emotional.
I love everything about this wedding, the dress, thats in Texas and how you captured it! Great job!
What a rad wedding! Her dress is so pretty, too!
Girlfriend you never disappoint! These are gorgeous. You always have the most amazing brides with such a gorgeous vision!
Wow. What a stunning wedding. That dress…her hair…those cakes. I loved it and you captured it so well!