Michael and Kassie got married at Noahs Event Center in Las Colinas Irving, TX. I know Michael from college and was excited to be their wedding photographer.
Kassie is well, beautiful. She almost looks unreal in this photo, haha. The girls got ready at the TPC Four Seasons Las Colinas Resort and Golf Club. The place was really nice, although due to the nature of early August in Texas (100+ degree weather), we didn’t venture too far from the hotel room.
Bridesmaid’s shoes, Maid of Honor and the flower girl.
Cassie looking into the mirror. Funny story about that mirror, but I won’t tell it.
Nana helped put the dress on. She also sewed a couple meaningful blue fabric hearts into into the interior of the dress.
All set for the wedding. This was actually the inside of the hotel cabana room area. It made for pretty photography.
Onto Noah’s in Las Colinas Irving, Here’s Michael. This is one of my favorite photos I’ve taken of the groom getting ready. Michael looks like a stud in this photograph.
Let the wedding begin.
The harpist was fantastic!
The ring exchange.
This was right before the kiss, I had to do it. I basically got floor level next to an aisle to get a lens flare. As a photographer, I usually avoid walking down the aisle at all, but I had to break that for this one photograph.
Onto the reception, also at Noah’s in Las Colinas Irving, Texas.
After the entrance, prayer and a little food, and some prodding from their photographer :), we were able to run outside and get a few photos of just the two of them right at sunset.
Back inside, time for the toasts!
Onto the dancing, Always makes for good photography!
I have a special macro lens and marco flash that I use just for wedding ring shots. I always love the photography results of the macro ring shots. Here’s a couple.
The last dance (shown below to the right). It was just them two as the guests lined up outside for a sparkler exit.
I had a blast photographing their wedding and was happy to be their Las Colinas wedding photographers. Also thanks to my second photographer Travis for his help!
Were you a guest at this wedding?