Tina and Andrew are absolutely incredible people. Just over a year ago we documented their engagement celebration in Houston. We knew right away that we would be blown away by their wedding. Keeping with tradition, they celebrated their union with a tea ceremony at Tina’s parent’s house followed by a feast fit for a king. They shared their vows at Our Lady of Lourdes Church, and had the party of the century at Chateau Cocomar.
Tina and Andrew, thank you for inviting us down to Houston to document your wedding. Tina, thank you for always asking if we needed anything or if there was anything you could do for us. You dear, are a real sweetheart. Andrew, thanks for always providing comic relief with your witty sarcasm. Your sense of humor is infectious.
A special thank you to Preston Utley for joining in documenting this most epic wedding. You sir, are a fantastically talented photographer and phenomenal photo-bomber extraordinaire.
As wedding photographers we have the unique opportunity to document couples as they and their families celebrate a joining together. A massive celebration of love, life-long friendship, and commitment. Every once in a while a couple will come along and completely punch you in the face with love. They will remind you of how much two people can care about one another, they may remind you of how much your wife means to you and how you felt on your wedding day. For us, Erin and Conner left our lungs breathless so many times over the course of their weekend celebrating in Telluride. They welcomed us with open arms and treated us like family. And my oh my… their family is amazing!
Erin and Conner, thank you. Thank you for embracing the 13 inches of snow on your wedding day. Thank you for freezing your asses off while we walked all over town for portraits and all the while never complaining. Most of all thank you for inviting us to share your weekend with you and document your memories.
And Shari DeAngelo. Thank you for shlepping all the way out from Philly to shoot with us. Its always a blast working together and I think that, this time, we did it better than ever.
Sara and Dan are amazing. They were married on the chilliest dreariest and drabbest day in October. Although, you would never know it to look at them. They had so much fun laughing and loving it seemed like they never even noticed the cold. Or, if they did, they certainly didn’t complain about it. Their daughter Evelyn stole the show most of the day and rarely had anything but a huge smile on her face. Sara and Dan, thank you both so much for choosing to share your day with us. It was an absolute pleasure celebrating with you and your families.