Last weekend we spent our anniversary filming another amazing couple as they began their own marriage journey! Kelly and Daniel were a joy to work with, and we walked away from this wedding with new friends and forever anniversary buddies. I'm so excited to share this sneak preview of their beautiful hill country wedding! Congrats to the newly Roses!
Have you ever been to a wedding with a group of theater friends, a Santa Clause, and a full on glowstick rave? No? Well then you have been missing out my friend, because that is exactly what made Lilly and Justin's wedding so dang fun!
Lilly and I met in high school while working at Six Flags as costume characters. She played Tweety Bird, I played Daffy Duck. Even though we hadn't seen each other in years, I was super flattered when she reached out to me to film her wedding day. The wedding was Christmas themed, which, if you've ever been to downtown San Antonio at Christmas time, is the perfect romantic theme. And since Justin and Lilly met through theater, many of their guests were theater friends who knew how to party and tear up a dance floor. (Basically, my kind of people.) I had so much fun filming these two and their friends, and I wish them all the best in their marriage. Cheers to the Bankstons!
Where to start with this wedding? My sweet friend Emily and I met in high school and were roommates for three years together at UT. I have so many wonderful college memories of going to football games together, watching Friends, and dancing the Cupid shuffle together, so of course capturing one of the best days of her life was such an honor! Although I haven't gotten to know Travis much, you can tell how much he cherishes her and (obvious from the dance footage) that he has the perfect goofball humor to match hers. I'm so excited to see where the Lord takes these two in the years to come. Happy anniversary to the Boldts!
Emily and I go all the way back to senior year of high school (different high schools), where we met competing against each other in speech and debate. We both found out the other was going to UT the next year, and half jokingly/half seriously asked "If you need a roommate...". The rest, as they say, is history.
I'm so happy for Emily and Travis, and filming their wedding was such a joy. Congrats to the new Mr. and Mrs. Boldt!