I’ve known and loved Magan through the amazing Austin photography community for years, now. So when she asked me to take photos of her and her husband, Dustyn, just because.. well, I was beyond flattered. As soon as I arrived at her house, I was floored by how much effort and love Magan and Dustyn have put in to making their house a home. I could spend a whole post just talking about how gorgeous the wood paneling in their bedroom was, alone. And then I could spend another day talking about how gorgeous Magan is, inside and out. But to wrap it all up, I was so happy to spend a few hours just watching this gorgeous couple cuddle and genuinely smile at each other. Celebrating your love every day of the year, just because, is a beautiful thing.
I’ve known Kimberly since middle school, have choreographed strange dances with her, shared in a million slumber parties, have been lucky enough to call her one of my best friends. So seeing her as a bride, as a woman, marrying the man she loves.. too much. I remember at one point at the very end of the night, the dance floor was going crazy (like, best dance floor partying I’ve ever seen) to “SHOUT” and I was standing up on a chair to get shots of the big crowd. I spotted Kimberly and Clark in the middle of the craziness, smiling the biggest smiles ever and whispering in each others ears. And it’s then that I cried for the first time to the song SHOUT. Weddings are awesome.
Getting to know Katy over the past couple of months has been such a joy. On top of being a timeless beauty, she is funny, humble, and has an incredibly big heart. I’ve been anxiously sitting on the portraits for weeks, quietly waiting for her wedding day to come, so I can share with the world what a beautiful bride Katy made.