Surrounded by their closest friends and family and the warm Oklahoma sun, Kathryn and Josh said "I do" at the Patriot Golf Course in Tulsa. Their September wedding was full of soft details and meaningful family heirlooms. And the day ended with a private dinner at sunset overlooking the course...followed by lots of dancing.
With the arches of the Louvre as their backdrop, Wendy and Yohann celebrated their wedding Anniversary with a photoshoot as part of the Path Workshop. As natives to Paris, they wanted their photos to represent their love of fashion, their home, and of each other. Wendy carried a bouquet that complimented her floral dress and added a lovely element to the shoot.
Kye and Lydia fell in love in Chemnitz, Germany where Kye was working abroad and Lydia grew up. The two were married at the gorgeous Lichtenwalde Castle - both in English and in German. Many of Kye's immediate family were able to join them from America for an intimate wedding in the gardens. Not even the downpour during the ceremony could dampen the mood and the party lasted well into the evening. At the end of the night, the couple walked away to sounds of their guests singing a beautiful song in German.
Karla and Brendan got ready for their wedding day at the Colcord Hotel in Oklahoma City. They had their first look in the Myriad Gardens in the center of the city and a beautifully sun-filled ceremony at the Devon Boathouse. With it's sleek windows and angled architecture, the modern boathouse was the perfect backdrop for this colorful wedding.
As lovers of travel, Camilla and Mike took romantic photos by the Louvre as a part of the Path Workshop. With the timeless architecture of the Louvre surrounding them, they exchanged soft glances, intimate embraces, and walked hand in hand. Their love for each other could not be missed.
On a beautiful summer day, Julie and Drew said "I do" among their closest friends and family. They chose clean and simple details for their wedding day and as the sun was shining and the Oklahoma breeze blowing, they made their vows under a white canopy.
You would never guess that this beautiful mansion was in Dallas, Texas. This editorial was full of colorful florals, details, and fashion and is glorious inspiration for a colorful spring wedding. With a European aesthetic, this venue is a perfect alternative to those wanting a stateside wedding with a destination look and feel.
Michaela and Jaron spent their one year anniversary in their new home in Dallas, Texas and decided to celebrate with a photoshoot in the Dallas Arboretum. Anniversary sessions are a beautiful way to celebrate your love throughout the years and a great way to capture one of your favorite places to be together. Whether a new hometown or an old travel favorite.
This Spanish-inspired wedding editorial has been lovingly called, “The Drunken Feast.” It features a gorgeous backdrop in the middle of San Antonio at the centuries old Mission San Jose. The Mission’s historic walls are the perfect backdrop for the tables topped with a garland of fruits, books, and wine. And the unique groom's suit and whimsical florals add a modern twist to Old World elegance.
Karla and Brendan fell in love in Oklahoma City and they wanted their engagement shoot to be in the heart of the city. They wandered through the Myriad Gardens and walked through the streets by the Museum of Art. The golden sun was shining and the fall air was starting to crisp up.