Creative Photojournalistic Wedding Photographer In Dallas, Texas
I’ve known Monica ever since she was about 10 years old so I got to see her grow from a awkward little girl to a beautiful now married young woman. Her brother and I grew up together so I consider them to be my second family so that makes Ryan my new brother from another mother in law. They were originally going to have a destination wedding in Turks and Caicos but with the size of Monica’s family it would have been difficult to get everyone there. So they opted to have the wedding at the Filter Building at White Rock Lake with family and close friends. They are two of the most fun people to hang out with so their reception was pretty awesome. From mouth to mouth cake swapping, moving objects from one pant leg to the other using only the mouth to break dancing, push-up contests and a rolling on ground dance by Ryan, it was a blast!
Congrats Monica and Ryan! We wish you a happy and prosperous marriage filled with many children. Let’s keep the shenanigans going well into your golden years…
Their slide show can be viewed Here.
Here are some of our favorite photos from Janelle and Kyle’s wedding. They were one of the super cool couples that helped us donate over $500 to the Help Japan Tsunami Relief.
They had a beautiful ceremony at the Robert Carr Chapel and the reception was held at Joe T. Garcia’s Restaurant.
Here are some of our favorite photos from Carmen and Paul’s sweet wedding at modern W Hotel and Marie Gabrielle.
Ngoc & Bernard Austin Wedding Photography
Bernard and Ngoc’s engagement session was a two part shoot. The first one was shot in our favorite weird city to visit, Austin and the second one was shot in Allen, TX. Bernard has been one of my best friend’s since high school so I had the honor of being his best man. They had an awesome New Orlean’s wedding back in June. I’ll post the pictures from their wedding soon…maybe, I was pretty drunk
The last picture was shot at Perla’s Seafood and Oyster Bar, a must go place to eat every time we go to Austin. If you are ever in Austin you have to go try their oyster shooters and Brioche french toast…it’s pretty awesome.