Miranda and Tyler’s wedding was something out of a Texas dream! The antlers, pompas grass, and the red barn under a Texas starry night were seriously swoon worthy! These two make such a cute couple, and their wedding day was full of so many fun moments. I can’t wait to edit their highlights for you guys! Congrats to the Ryans!
Bryttne and Colin's stunning, Texas hill country wedding preview is here! These two were nothing but laughs all day (their first dance was to Backstreet Boys "I Want it That Way"), and I wanted their teaser to reflect the fun of that day.
Bonus fact: I went to high school with Colin, but we didn't meet each other until his wedding day! I also appreciated the fact that Bryttne went to UT and is a huge longhorn sports fan (note the bridesmaid dress color). Congrats to the Wraggs!
This wedding y’all. First of all, Hannah and Darius are just awesome people all around, and their energy and style are unmatched. But beyond that, I feel like the Lord keeps giving me new creative energy and is pushing me to try new things. This video is 1. my longest highlights video ever, and 2. the first time I’ve used more than one song in a highlights. This is the norm for a lot of wedding videos, but a first for me. I think it came out pretty awesome.
This wedding also had two of my most favorite moments to ever capture on video. The blessing over Hannah and Darius by the entire wedding was such a beautiful moment, and one that I knew immediately while filming that I wanted to include. The final song of the night was also a special one, as the entire wedding party gathered in a giant circle to sing “Rivers and Roads” together. I knew it was a special moment, but I didn’t know I was going to incorporate it into the video until I played it back and heard the crowd singing. (Pro tip: choose a final song that is meaningful to you and your crew. The memories you’ll make from that are irreplaceable.)
I loved getting to edit this video and getting to know Hannah and Darius through it. Congrats to the Ewings!
One of the joys of my job (and one that I don’t take lightly) is getting to capture the moment that two people become one. I’m not sure I’ve ever captured a wedding ceremony as beautiful as Rachel and Nic’s. Not only was the setting along the riverbed just stunning, but the tender love these two had for each other was so evident during their tear-filled vows and their foot washing ceremony. The entire day was relaxed, yet you could feel the significance of the day during those moments.
After the ceremony, everyone was encouraged to kick off their shoes and hit the dance floor. The only two things the bride said she cared about having on her wedding day were snow cones and fireworks. Rachel got both, and they made for a fun and incredible night for their friends and family. Oh, and did I mention their adorable pups? I’m a little biased since I have two ridgebacks myself, but I think they made the wedding pretty great too. :) Congrats to the Santos’!