ahhhhh summer weddings in Texas! So green, so hot, so humid. It is a good thing we have fabulous venues like Jennings Trace in Montgomery, Texas that are designed so perfectly for wedding photography, brides, and guests to fully enjoy and celebrate a wedding day. I’m in love with the tree reflections in the glass on the Wildrose Chapel, and all of the black steel beams beautifully frame so many photographic scenes from this wedding day.
I mean……what a fairy tale!
her dress was so white it was practically glowing, which is so fitting for this bride’s personality.
I highly recommend a bridal party reveal, what a boost of confidence to see your bff’s faces like this!
This is my favorite father daughter photo, with mom in the background, so happy! Capturing moments like this are my photography “why”. This is why I do what I do.
Why are they so fun?! note to brides: make sure your groom knows he’s supposed to be happy and excited during your exit. Sometimes, they just don’t know what they’re supposed to do, and they end up looking sad or uncomfortable during these shots.
Forever trying to get at least one photo of the bride and groom in a natural setting, with sparkly light. The trees in Montgomery county, Texas make for some delightful wedding photography!
Don’t forget to give me all of your details when I first arrive so that I can photograph them for you quickly! This should include: rings, a ring box (or if you don’t have a nice one, I have plenty to choose from), your vows, any and all jewelry (watches, cuff links, earrings, bracelets, necklaces), invitations, a handkerchief, shoes, the boutonnieres, and any loose fresh florals or greenery that your florist can provide.
Best DJ alert! If you are looking for a Wedding DJ, I highly recommend Jacob at J. Kelly Productions. Don’t forget to have him give you a “cloud” for your first dance! This DJ is so kind, and really goes the extra mile.
Most of the wedding venues in Montgomery, Texas (or rather North Houston area) are closed in, and this first dance would just have a wall behind it. At Jennings Trace, the glass throughout allows the natural environment outside, to come inside. From a photography standpoint, this is genius!
I love to photograph your guests having fun, you’d better believe I’m going to capture grandma dancing!