Amanda choose Laguna Gloria for her bridal session. A classic location! There was about a 20% chance of rain that day. It seems like it never rains so I told her we had nothing to worry about. Sure enough, about halfway through, it started to rain. Amanda looked at me and said, “I’m okay if you are”. Her mom held the umbrella over my head (to protect my camera!) and we kept on shooting. Being in the rain in her wedding dress just two weeks before her wedding, Amanda embodies the word trooper.
Yearly Archives: 2010
I know that whenever I’m around Jordan and Clay there’s going to be lots of laughing involved. They are so funny! They had a beautiful fall wedding at Smith Family Chapel and had their reception at the AT&T Conference Center. At one point we didn’t know if we were going to make it to the reception. The door got stuck on the shuttle bus and we had to wait about twenty minutes for the driver to get the door open. Luckily, we made it to the reception just in time for Jordan and Clay’s big entrance.
I was so excited for Emie and Jon’s after session. We started at this huge antique shop. The owner told us that there was two acres of antiques in this old building. You could spend a week in that store and never see it all! Afterwards we drove out of Louisville a little bit to this field that Jon found. The owner tried to kick us off but luckily Emie’s maid of honor, Shannon, convinced her that we weren’t doing any harm. It had been overcast all day which I was disappointed about. I really wanted the sun to be out to show all the beautiful colors in the trees! About ten minutes before the sunset the sun came out and painted light all over the hills around us. The leaves were vibrant red and orange and I was going crazy taking pictures!
Thank you Emie and Jon for taking us to Kentucky! We had so much fun with you guys!
Whenever I told someone that I was going to Kentucky for Emie and Jon’s wedding the immediate response would be, “Oh, Kentucky! It’s so beautiful there.” Well, they weren’t lying! Mitch and I fell in love with Louisville. It’s kind of like Austin but better. Emie did such a great job planning her wedding. There were beautiful details EVERYWHERE! The church was gorgeous too. After the ceremony the bridal party and I loaded up in a old trolley car and did pictures at this house front that was in the middle of a street. It was literally just a house front. The reception was at a place called Gingerwoods in Prospect. The reception was so much fun!
We can’t wait to go back to Kentucky….Kentucky Derby maybe?!?!
I had so much fun going around town with Sarah and Michael. We started at the train tracks and ended up getting kicked off them by a police officer. Then we stopped at some of the South Congress favorites before ending at some tall grass. I’m really looking forward to Sarah and Michael’s wedding next Spring.