Boston Wedding Photographer in Texas: A Destination Wedding

//Boston Wedding Photographer in Texas: A Destination Wedding

Boston Wedding Photographer in Texas: A Destination Wedding

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As a Boston wedding photographer I get to travel all around New England documenting weddings … and on a rare occasion I get to visit far-flung destinations too.  This past November, I was delighted to fly to Austin, TX to visit my friend Jenny DeMarco, and help her out shooting her last wedding of the season.  She was heavily pregnant at the time (and now a happy and healthy mom!) and wanted to have a primary photographer ready to jump in and take over if needed.

This wedding was set in beautiful Texas Hill Country, and I was pretty blown away by both the natural beauty of the area, and the incredible venues they have out there.  Unfortunately the Texas weather was not cooperating for my visit (the story of my life!) so we had to shoot everything indoors.  Still, the venue was beautiful, and the decor elegant and classic, and there was so much emotion throughout the day that it really didn’t matter that it was a little (OK, a lot) chilly out.

Some of my favorite moments of the day included the super cute ring bearer and flower girl walking down the aisle; the way the groom gazed at his gorgeous bride throughout the ceremony; the amazingly awesome mariachi band that played throughout the early part of dinner (can we please get some mariachi bands at our weddings here in Boston?); and finally, the cigar smoking party out the back of the reception venue late in the evening.

Thank you Jenny for trusting me to help you with this wonderful wedding, and I hope I get to return to Texas sometime soon!

2017-10-24T18:07:02+00:00 Weddings|

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