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What a weekend! Rebecca’s bat mitzvah covered two days: her morning portraits with the rabbis and family at Agudas Achim Synagogue, then a fun-filled shabbat dinner at home that evening, and a smashing good fun party at The South Congress Hotel Saturday night! I feel like I got to know the whole family–and she’s got a LOT of family! Brock and Co Events knocked this event out of the park. Rain threatened on Saturday but never came. No matter, a huge clear tent covered the courtyard outside for the grown ups’ section, henna artists and sno-cone bar while guests partied hard with Houston-based PRP Entertainment indoors. Stunning florals and greenery by Wendee Sawran and the amazing Townsley Design. Enjoy these images! Mazel tov, Rebecca!

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Now that Nick and Whitney are married, I can finally show off her stunning bridal session we did a couple of months ago at The Club at Garden Ridge. She is so gorgeous!! I get such a kick out of seeing a bride dressed up in all her glory, before the wedding day. I told her, “Nick is going to lose his MIND when he sees you!” This is a fairly new venue in north San Antonio so check it out! Check back for their wedding images soon!

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Zoe is the sweetest kid. We met at Congregation Beth Israel for family portraits before her ceremony in early March. It was a bit chilly outside, but she was game! Springtime in Texas is a wonderful time for portraits; everything is green and blooming. Later that night she had her celebration at Rock Rose Hall, one of Austin’s newest venues in The Domain. Zoe loves neon green, so Big Time Creatives had fun putting together a really cool, modern “glow in the dark” party for her. Her invitation by The Inviting Pear seemed to literally glow! Guests had fun writing well wishes for her on the table cloths and enjoying delicious, healthy food from Whole Foods and later not-so-healthy Amy’s Ice Creams! Mazel tov, Zoe! You rock!

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I did not get to meet Erin and Dan until their wedding day. This Dallas couple were both sick with allergies when they came down for wedding business, so we didn’t get to do their engagement session. Despite that, they were utterly laid back and such fun to work with. Their wedding was at The Four Seasons, a top-notch job by Brock and Co Events yet very low-key. We weren’t sure about the weather, and it did remain cloudy until just the ceremony’s end. Then the beautiful golden light came out, just in time for portraits! I was drooling over the florals, so fluffy and colorful and romantically organic with green succulents tucked here and there. It was a pleasure being part of their big day! Mazel tov, Erin and Dan! I wish you all the very best.

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Taylor and Collin are the sweetest! We met on a beeyootiful, perfect spring day at Roszell Gardens Event Center. Check. This. Place. Out!  The bluebonnets there are CRAZY. If you want an iconic Texas portrait session, this is where you go! Just walking around them that evening, the breeze stirring them, I enjoyed the most heavenly scent. You really felt like you were in heaven. Not a soul around, we made our way around to several sites I’d picked out before they arrived and just had fun. Taylor and Collin met on Spring Break on the Alabama coast. The rest is history. I can’t wait for their wedding this fall in San Antonio!

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