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Kristen and Britt had a destination wedding at Sisterdale Dancehall this summer. They chose light cornflower blue and yellow as their wedding colors. The ladies had bouquets full of hydrangea and sunflowers and wore boots, while the guys wore tan suits with boutonnieres made from yellow daisies. I love the little details they incorporated into this wedding, and I’m honored they chose me to be their wedding photographer. I have THE best couples on Earth!
A little something blue Right before we were supposed to have the girls’ photos it started pouring down rain. So Kristen’s future father-in-law graciously volunteered to hold an umbrella over me while we went off of the porch to get some of these photos.
Kristen really loves natural light photos (who doesn’t, am I right?!) So she and Britt got married at the beautiful ceremony site, rain or shine. I love how happy the flower girl was. She was beaming! Rhonda, the lovely venue coordinator at Sisterdale Dancehall, getting Kristen ready to walk :)
I was doing the girls’ photos, looked up, and saw these three <3 more man love LOL I kind of have a “thing” for this tree <3 Obligatory umbrella shot ;) Kristen bought this super cute cake topper on etsy (shop link at the end of this post). I’m in love.
Here’s to 50 more years! <3 you two!
The Dress: Brides Amarillo
Bride’s boots: Cavender’s
Floral: The Flower Shop | Boerne, Tx
Cake: Bernadette Calonge
Cake topper: etsy | forlovepolkadots
License plate sign: DIY’d!
Allison Jeffers is a photographer and educator serving sweet brides and helping other creative entrepreneurs reach their goals. She specializes in wedding photography and proposals as well as Bridal and Engagement portraits in Texas. She is available for travel worldwide and has her passport ready!
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