I’m a twenty-something wedding photographer in Texas who photographs couples who are ready to celebrate their marriage. Building my business has been one hell of a ride, so grab a cup of coffee (or some wine - no judgement here) and join me for my life behind the lens.
If you’ve been here for a little while, you might know that I love engagement sessions. A couple is engaged for just a short amount of time in their life, and it is so fun to capture this exciting time. This engagement session is extra special though, because that beautiful girl in these photos is my little sister, Jamie, and her now fiancé, Ethan.
Ever since I started this photography journey, Jamie and Ethan have always been my go to models. Like that time when I got a new camera and I wanted to try it out. Or that time when I took Jamie’s senior portraits. Twice. There were at least three other occasions where I threw Jamie and Ethan into a field of tall grass for an impromptu shoot. Jamie would always whine, “Everyone is gonna think we are engaged when we aren’t!”. But clearly, I didn’t care. This time though, they ARE engaged and I’m going to post these EVERYWHERE!!
A few weeks before Christmas, Ethan came to Andrew, my Dad and I asking for our help with the proposal. Jamie loves to cook, and Ethan had bought her a new cookbook but cut out a square in the center of most of the pages. In this open square, her ring would be there! Dad wrapped the gift and labeled it for someone else so Jamie wouldn’t get suspicious. Ethan gave it to her as the very last gift, and just like that, on to fiancé status!
Jamie and Ethan will be getting married later in 2018 and the wedding planning festivities have begun! While we have fun with that, check out their engagement session at Cibolo Nature Center!
So let's take our new relationship offline and meet face-to-face for hugs and a warm beverage!
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