Lorraine is a good photography and video friend of mine from our college years in Denton at UNT. I was excited when she asked me to shoot her wedding, naturally. Lorraine, at the University of North Texas, was a RTVF (film) major, over the past couple years she’s been in Israel doing mission work for the Baha’i faith. This is where she met Cole, who is also doing the same thing. Cole is a photo archivist, photographer and marble/wood sculptor. Again, it’s flattering to have a photographer and videographer ask you to photograph their wedding.
We started out a at Delaney Salons in Coppell Texas. The hair and makeup artists did a wonderful job, of course, they had a wonderful client to work with in Lorraine.
Here’s a shot of her bouquet. Neat little trick I did, the raw photo is actually oriented 180 degrees (upside-down).
We then headed to the wedding ceremony and reception venue Ashton Gardens in Corinth, TX. This is always a great place for wedding photography. Lorraine and Cole had a day-time wedding, which allowed the light to shine though all the large windows.
They had olive oil as their wedding favors. I thought that was a brilliant idea.
Cute baby smile!
After the wedding we headed out to a park with what little sunlight we had left and got some cute photos.
Here’s some shots of them with vintage cameras. One of Lorraine’s friends, a photographer and college roommate, brought these props and was also taking photos. Very cute!
And here’s my favorite shot of the night. Gorgeous!
Photography by Dallas / Fort Worth and Denton wedding photographer Jonny Carroll. Special thanks to my second shooter Colin as well.