Kate & Corey’s Barr Mansion wedding was so special to me that by the end of the night, I was a touch verklempt about our working relationship being over.
Throughout the year after Kate booked, I felt like I was right there along the way planning and listening to all her questions and offering advice when and where I could. This is just one of my favorite parts about being a wedding photographer. I’ll be as hands on as you need me to be, but hands off as much as possible during the day itself. It’s YOUR day, not mine.
Since her wedding was early March, the trees hadn’t filled out and the flat Texas grey skies appeared. Thankfully the rain stayed away and we were able to have the ceremony under the heritage Pecan tree on the lawn. I even got to take some epic night photos with these two.
Kate’s dad had passed away a few years ago so it was very special to watch her mom proudly escort her only daughter down the aisle towards to meet Cory.
I love the Barr Mansion and feel so lucky to have photographed this gorgeous, fresh, spring wedding there.
Kate’s theme was soft blues, whites with touches of pink. I usually focus on capturing photos of people but with a flatlay as soft and delicate as this how could I not?
Kate wore a Justin Alexander dress in blush with a gorgeous lace overlay and a sweetheart neckline.
Corey and his groomsmen looking dapper in blue