Big Oaks and porches, it is a Spring wedding dream. The soft pastel with pops of pink coral is one of my most favorite color palettes to date. The images from this wedding at Magnolia Manor truly reflect what it felt like to be in this moment with Nancy and Dustin. They are hardworking and kind, and have friends and family that love them so deeply. You could “say” this about almost any wedding, but I think the expressions on their faces in these photographs really authenticate their joy.
A favorite moment from this wedding at Magnolia Manor was when we were photographing the bride’s mom buttoning her dress, and suddenly sweet Nancy turns around and realizes she hasn’t seen her mom dressed. The authentic expressions as the bride takes a look at her Mom’s gown in this moment, were so precious!
Another favorite moment is when my second shooter came back with these shots from checking on the guys, and says “Nicole, he is SO happy.” Dustin and his groomsmen were contagiously fun and had all kinds of ideas for photos for me. These candids are my favorites though.
If you are looking for a beautiful green outdoor space in Texas, but also want a classic Southern architecture, be sure to consider Magnolia Manor for your wedding!
Hopefully these veil shots are all you might need when considering whether to have a long veil for your wedding. The softness is a true chef’s kiss.
Remember to get on that dance floor and really enjoy yourself! I can’t photograph you having fun at your wedding if you’re not having fun! Nancy and Dustin nailed it.
Magnolia Manor has a wonderful space for wedding receptions.
Best father of the Bride dance moves, I’ve ever seen!