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Yes, yes I know. It’s February and I’m doing a best-of weddings post? January was a super hectic month for me and March will be too so I’m taking this little lull before things pick back up again to showcase some of my favorite photos that were processed a while ago but didn’t make it in the earlier “best-of.”

1.) Shooting at the Hummingbird House for Elizabeth Hafner of Vignette Photography here in Austin.

What a sweet bride and a loving groom at this circus/carnival/comic book-themed wedding on a dreary day. You wouldn’t know it though, because of all the fun everyone had! The Hummingbird House is a beautiful garden-like venue in South Austin and the even though the weather was a bit dreary from raining the night before, it never dampened the lush gardens there.

bride getting ready in hummingbird house venue austin

hummingbird house wedding

2.) Seconding for Lindsey//The Life You Love at the 4 Seasons hotel in downtown Austin. Whenever I get a call from the girls at The Life You Love I usually do a little happy dance around my apartment because I just LOVE working for them! Their processing skills are to die for, not to mention their spectacular photography and just generally amazing people.

What an emotional wedding this was. There was no bridesmaids or groomsman and the officiant was someone’s grandfather. I don’t think I can tell you all just how much devotion the groom had towards his bride and soon-to-be wife. They chose to do a first look, something I absolutely love because it really allows for some genuine moments to be captured. The reception was the most rock and roll one I have ever been to! They hired an 80’s hair band who played a lot of the “classics.” You can practically hear it in some of the reception photos!

four seasons, hair metal band, 80's band


3.) Andy Sams at Camp Lucy in Dripping Springs, Tx

This was a beautifully done wedding out at Camp Lucy, a venue I had never been to before, but absolutely loved after my first visit. The bride and groom couldn’t have picked a more spectacular place with a quaint stone chapel and sweeping Hill Country views. After a sweet and heart-wrenchingly emotional ceremony, the couple and their guests partied the night away with one of my favorite wedding bands (and apparently the favorite of a couple wedding party members as well as you will see…), The Matchmakers (a groovy Motown cover band).