Growing old, disgracefully, together // A South Texas wedding film

Was Michelle and Jerry’s wedding traditional, stuffy, and black tie? Not at all. It was authentically them, with a cowboy boot on every foot, a cake shaped like a dippin’ can, and a ceremony under the Texas sunset as their children, family, and friends watched.

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From the deer blind to the wedding aisle: a west Texas country wedding

If there’s one thing I’m thankful for Amalee and Todd reminding me of, its that weddings are not only a joining of two people, but of two families. And in their case, they are some of the nicest families I’ve ever met.

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This wedding is all about Jesus, Joy, and Hashtags. So many Hashtags.

Some people have a glow about them. A spark. A sense of Joy that is bubbling right under the surface of their personality. It’s not just joy though, its happiness, laughter, smiling, and love all at once. Nicole and Estevan have that.

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Laughter, Love, & Adventure // An incredibly energetic wedding in the Texas Hill Country

I may be a little biased, but I believe a film is the best way to remember a wedding. Jordan and James must be biased too because they agreed with me.

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Proving that Fairy Tales are Real

Remember your first love in high school? I had one of those. And by “had”, I mean that I was the one in love; I don’t believe that the object of my affections actually knew I was in love with her. But thankfully this film isn’t about my high school romance, it’s about Will and Stephanie’s.

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