As the day came to an end, we obviously could not resist taking more pictures. The original goal during their photography session for couples portraiture was to get some of the fireworks, maybe integrate some sparklers as well. However, as with most weddings, nothing goes as planned in most cases. But that is a-okay, because we instead were able to capture the beautiful sunset and some wonderful imagery in the countryside of Wichita Falls, Texas. By the end of the day we were all exhausted from the heat, but it was well worth it. I loved capturing these two love birds and their very apparent love for one another! Having a 4th of July wedding was indeed a brilliant idea since we were then able to find places that were more secluded and allowed us some privacy out in the fields. I'm looking forward to booking many more weddings in Wichita Falls!
Saturday, July 4, 2015
As most weddings go, we did family portraits at the lake at the wedding Rob and Carolyn hosted in small town of Burkburnett, TX which is just 20 minutes from Wichita Falls, TX on the Texoma border. We had a great time taking advantage of the fact that their closest relatives were there! Everyone was looking fabulous, the colors were perfect and we had plenty of laughs as the result of adult humor and great conversation!
Ceremony pics can be found here:
And couples portraits from that evening can be found here:
It was with absolute pleasure that Carolyn had approached me and asked for my pricing for wedding photography. I try and be as reasonable as possible, so I aimed to work within her budget and ultimately ended up having a great time shooting their wedding. The wedding took place on the 4th of July, 2015 and she had explained she had something a little bit more country-themed in mind. Of course I jumped on the opportunity being as excited as could be!
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