Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Married! Jamie + Caleb

Jamie and Caleb were our first wedding of 2009. It was great to get back in the swing of things with such a fun couple. They were married at Fair Oaks Manor and the reception took place at Austin's Texas Star. Even though the day was pretty overcast and cool it by no means diminished the spirits or fun this group was determined to have. As I hung out with Jamie and her girls before the ceremony it was so sweet to see how close she was with all of them. They were laughing, joking, reminiscing and even broke out into a Disney song at one point!



This has got to be one of my all time favorite shoe shots!


I love this image too. Kind of the calm before the storm, final touches on the dress before Jamie and her girls descended upon this room.


Even with the flurry of activity going on it a room with a dozen or more people, Jamie was cool as a cucumber. She was never even worried about the time!



The boys were across the hall doing their final preparations for the ceremony and the one time I ventured over to steal Caleb and the rings it was quite evident they were having a good time too.


I think this is a great shot that James got of Caleb.


A final picture with the girls before it's time to head down the aisle.


Now for the ceremony...





I just love this shot of the girls during the bouquet toss. There are too many fun reception pictures to share in one blog post!


Jamie and Caleb, thank you so much for allowing us to be a part of your day. It was wonderful to see how much in love the two of you are and the close relationships you share with those around you. May you have many wonderful years together!


  1. I love it! You both were absolutely awesome to work with! We enjoyed every second of it and had full confidence that you both would capture everything ... and you did!
    Thank you, thank you, thank you!

  2. Amazing! Y'all did an excellent job and I'd recommend you to anyone!

  3. Thanks for the comments! We're so happy you all love the photos.


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