Megan and Hutton – Houston Wedding Photographer

If you are a dog person (which I totally am now that we got a puppers in December), you are going to LOVE this engagement session and wedding. Megan and Hutton brought along their two labs to their engagement session, one of which was still a puppy.

Now, anyone that owns a lab knows they can be C-R-A-Z-Y. Fun, loyal, sweet, and wonderful, but also a wee bit … hyper. ┬áCombine that with a vast outdoor area and lots of new smells and BAM- we spent a good part of the engagement session taming their pups to get some good shots!

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Fast forward about a month, on a warm summer day in Texas, and Megan and Hutton get married!. Their venue was the beautiful Balmorhea Events, an extraordinary venue set up to maximize some pretty spectacular country views.

I love some good detail shots and the tables were decorated with vintage books, so I took full advantage…
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engagement-photos-houston-the-woodlands-wedding-houston-wedding-photographerI believe almost all of the bridesmaids were from out of town and flew in for the wedding. Hello gorgeous ladies!

And who doesn’t love a good crying shot? I tear up at all weddings… no matter who, what, when, or how… I’m going to cry just a little bit.engagement-photos-houston-the-woodlands-wedding-houston-wedding-photographer
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engagement-photos-houston-the-woodlands-wedding-houston-wedding-photographerengagement-photos-houston-the-woodlands-wedding-houston-wedding-photographerYES! Married… husband & wife… you did it!
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Megan was just standing on the bridge waiting for something and I told her TO HOLD STILL while I snapped… she looked AMAZING!!

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Line dances are THE. BEST. So much easier to photograph when everyone is facing the same direction. Love a good line dance!

Disclaimer: I think these might be more popular in Texas. So if you aren’t from around these parts, you might not get it {wink}.

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The bartender may or may not have told me they had never filled the shot ski up quite so many times. These people knew how to party! And that may or may not be the mother of the bride taking a shot. Hmmmmm….
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And the send off… BAM!engagement-photos-houston-the-woodlands-wedding-houston-wedding-photographer

Megan and Hutton- thank you for including us on your big day… we loved every second of it!!

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