The best part of the wedding day, to me, it’s always the bride and groom photo session! You should dedicate at least 30 minutes to a session for both of you. Remember, these are the photos you will have in your living room and other areas of your home, so please make sure you think about where you want them taken and making the time to actually take them.
Blythe on her wedding day, right before sunset with this vintage truck, provided by the venue. I like how she appears to be showing off her dress. She is glowing and rocking her bride and groom session, right before getting into her reception! I caught her unprepared on this one, but she still looks gorgeous. For the bride and groom session, it’s always good to capture some candid moments, such as this one.
Blythe and Jason having an intimate moment on their bride and groom session, part of their wedding schedule. The bride and groom session is usually scheduled right before sunset for best lighting. Intimate moments are always needed on your wedding day and this session can offer that on a day that seems to fly by.
Blythe and her groomsmen, two of them her sons at Town Hall Texas. Consider this venue if you’d like a rustic country setting. The venue is located in Conroe, Texas, about an hour from Houston and has lots of property and landscapes to choose from. Check them out and be sure to check other blogs on my Facebook Page or Instagram.
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