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Elizabeth and Kyle’s wedding at Cityplace, Dallas was really spectacular. The ceremony was on the 5th floor and the wedding reception one floor bellow, on 4th floor. We shoot already wedding for Elizabeth’s sister about 4 years ego so we knew some of her family and it was nice to see familiar faces. The performance of their DJ and musical genius Radu Cernat or “The Violin Guy” was absolutely amazing and we are sure that the wedding guest will remember Elizabeth and Kyle’s wedding forever. You can see a short video of this wedding on Radu Cernat home page theviolinguy.net
The wedding ceremony of Kristi and Brandon was at The Heights Baptist Church in Richardson. The Heights Baptist Church in Richardson has a beautiful wedding chapel that is traditional while still feeling modern. Kristi and Brandon choose The Atrium at the Granville Arts Center for their wedding reception. Stephanie Watkins from One Event Design did a teriffic job on the decoration and on the wedding day coordination.
Each wedding is different, just like each couple is different, and there’s no ones way to celebrate your big day. Do what you feel is right for you and your fiancée. Many couples hesitate to have a wedding day first look because they want to honor the tradition that the bride and groom not see each other until the wedding ceremony. But there are some definite advantages to arranging a first look session prior to your ceremony:
-When you and your wedding photographer arrange a first look, you have complete control over the setting. Where do you want it to be? When would you like it to take place, and how much time would you like to have together?
-After the wedding, many brides say they appreciated being able to see their hubbies before the ceremony because it calmed their nerves. This is particularly true if you don’t like being in front of people or aren’t used to being the center of attention. The first look can be such a special moment for you and your almost husband, and you won’t have the pressure of several hundred pairs of eyes watching your every move, so you can feel free to cry, laugh, talk, or kiss–whatever feels natural in that moment. For a day that’s meant to celebrate the two of you, you may not have many opportunities to enjoy time alone with each other, so this is the perfect time to do that.
-Traditionally, photos with the bride and groom together would take place during the cocktail hour, that period of time between the ceremony and reception. While the guests are sipping their martinis, the bride and groom, along with the rest of the wedding party, would go with the photographer to take pictures, meaning they would miss out on spending that time with their guests. Arranging a first look and getting some “essential shots” done before the ceremony means you’ll actually get to enjoy your cocktail hour!
You’ve spent so much time planning this day, and you should be able to enjoy the fruits of your labor.
What a beautiful place for Dallas weddings – TEXAS DISCOVERY GARDENS at Fair Park. Amazing outdoor ceremony with water fountains in the background. Ashley and Jonathan were married in Texas Discovery Gardens in 2011 and we were honored to capture their wedding day love story.
Double D Ranch in Mesquite is a fun place for the Texas style weddings. Amanda and Kory’s wedding was in 2011. We realy enjoyed their wedding day, the live music band was absolutely amazing. We just finished their wedding album so we are sharing some pages.