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To quote Amanda who, as their friends were gathering around them for their sunset elopement on the Pfluger Pedestrian Bridge here in Austin “I never thought I’d see the day come.” I had just met Amanda, Leah, the Egertons and their friends and already I could tell these were some awesome people.  Only a few hours after the Supreme Court declared marriage to be legal for EVERYONE, Amanda and Leah who had been together for 8 years were happy to put on paper what everyone had already known.

Friends and family of Amanda & Leah can see their full gallery & order prints here.

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And that’s it! The beauty of small weddings is the intimacy! If you’re excited for the Supreme Court’s same sex marriage ruling and are having your wedding in the Austin (or the Western United States) this summer: give me a shout in my inbox & let me document your love.