Wedding season has officially started and there is no better time for me to pick up where I left off. I had every intention of blogging every wedding I photographed right after I shot them, but unfortunately due to some circumstances in my personal life I had to take some time off to spend with my family. Even though times have been hard I miss talking about my couple's and I am ready to catch up! Michelle and Sal thank you so much for your extreme patience with this blog post and just being all around an awesome couple.
Michelle + Salvador are seriously some of the nicest people I've ever had the pleasure of working with! They are so easy going and always have a big smile on their face. I was so happy for them when I found out they had gotten engaged and wanted to hire me to capture one of the happiest days of their lives.
Their venue was as unique as them and I was so excited to get to shoot at the Museum of South Texas History in Edinburg, Texas in The Rio Grande Valley. Every little detail was carefully selected to show their personality and style and I loved photographing it!
Michelle was absolutely glowing and her energy during her getting ready photos was so calm and collected. She made my job so easy.
Salvador had a smile on his face since the moment he arrived and I could tell he just couldn't wait to marry his beautiful bride and celebrate with his friends and family. This guy looked sharp and kept the mood light and fun.
The ceremony had some gorgeous light pouring through the windows and the setting was so intimate. Bring on...all the heart eyes!
It was a magical night filled with love, laughs and lots of dancing! Michelle and Sal, I had a blast photographing your wedding and thank you again for allowing me to spend the day with you and your wonderful family!
Venue: Museum of South Texas History
Florals: Southern Social Events
Cake: Sugarkissed Cakes
Second Shooter: Stephanie Rios