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nicole + paul | tampa wedding | the lange farm

Nicole contacted me over a year ago about her wedding in Tampa and I honestly have been in sweet anticipation since. I thought the day would never come! All I can say is that her fresh ideas were completely everything I hoped for :D.

Nicole and Paul were married at The Lange Farm under the most beautiful moss covered oak trees. It was surrounded by picturesque white fences with horses grazing. Sigh. So, when can I move in? :)

There were so many sweet details, including the poms, ribbon streamers, beautiful flowers and adorable bunny brand that made me just about the happiest photographer. Nicole is a fabulous graphic designer and is responsible for this creative dream!

There's a list of her fabulous vendors that made this possible at the end of the post!

Venue: The Lange Farm
Florist: The Bride's Bouquet
Dress: Modern Trousseau
Shoes: Badgley Mischka
Jewelry: Grandmother's pearls. The rabbit earrings came from Etsy (same as bridesmaid's), bracelet was Carolee (from Nordstrom Rack), other earrings were purchased from Ideeli. Feather fascinator and garters were from Etsy.
Bridesmaid dresses: Mori Lee
Grooms suit: Men's Warehouse
Veil: Modern Trousseau
Rings: Bride's were Tacori, Groom's was cobalt and custom engraved by eweddingbands.com
Videographer: Tampa Wonderworks
DJ: Grant Hemmond
Graphic Designer: The amazing bride! Nicole: http://www.littlefrenchcookie.com/


anna + frankie | engagements | lubbock wedding photographer

Anna and Frankie are so precious together. I just LOVE how Anna looks at him, completely full of adoration and joy :). They met while attending Texas Tech. Anna is about to graduate and Frankie lives in the DFW area working for Bell Hellcopter.

I wish you two the best together!! I bet your wedding is going to be so happy and full of love :D

PS. There are so many new favorites from their session! I'm obsessed with these top two pics :). Thanks for being such great models!!



alison + andrew | engagements | waco wedding photographer

I'm not sure if I've ever dragged a couple into a more uncomfortable location. Things were going smoothly as usual for this session but before we knew it, we were standing amidst the most itchy, pokey, sticker covered field in all of Texas! Hundreds of those sharp little suckers jabbed and prodded my poor old pair of Tom's shoes like tiny daggers! What an ordeal! Of course, Alison and Andrew handled everything like pros. They deserve a huge "thank you" for being so forgiving and gracious, and willing to smile so much given the crazy circumstances. I'm so impressed :D. 

These two actually first met during high school, and ended up dating throughout college. Alison is studying Public Relations and Andrew is busy applying to medical schools! Such a sweet couple :D. I hope you can tell through the photos how much these two adore being around one another.



brooks | family | dallas family photographer

Sweet Brooks family!!!

Can you believe how adorable Joshua and Kate are? I feel like they are the sweetest, most precious, adorable little kid models. An exaggeration? No :)

I think my favorite picture from their session is the second one where Joshua is falling off the suitcase and conveniently grabs his sister's hair for balance.

And once again Marci is the best at picking out clothes and props. I LOVE little Joshua's suspenders and hat!!


kaitlyn + jason | wedding | dallas wedding photographer

Kaitlyn and Jason's wedding day was such a blast! What I loved about both of them was their lighthearted sense of ease about the day.

The beautiful church where the ceremony took place let in just the right amount of perfect sunlight to brighten everything up. Afterwards, the event moved on down the road a bit to City Place and the reception was held 40 stories in the sky with a spectacular view of Dallas. Incredible!

The dancing and festivities were a true celebration in every sense of the word :D. It was so wonderful to see how many people supported Kaitlyn and Jason on their big day, and to capturing it was a joy. :)