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{Preview} Lauryn + Tim | Ashelynn Manor Daytime Wedding | Houston Area Wedding Photography

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{Preview} Lauryn + Tim | Ashelynn Manor Daytime Wedding | Houston Area Wedding Photography

Lauryn and Tim were married at the lovely Ashelynn Manor Last Sunday and it was absolutely magical. The weather had predicted 80% chance of rain, but with the adorable chapel and lavish reception hall it didn't pose a problem. Luckily, the day could not have been more beautiful and we were Blessed with beautiful skies that allowed us to utilize the stunning outdoor areas this venue has to offer as well. Lauryn, Tim and their bridal party were a dream to work with. Their families were beaming with pride, and you could feel just how right these two were for one another.  Here are some of my favorites for the beautiful couple to enjoy while on their honeymoon at Disney! When Tim won Lauryn's hand in marriage- He wanted to go to Disney!

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Mommy and Me | The Woodlands, TX | Family Photography

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Mommy and Me | The Woodlands, TX | Family Photography

As a mother of three, one of my absolute favorite types of sessions to book are the oh so special Mommy and Me portraits! These are the images that will document the everlasting love you have for your children, and the love they have for you in return. When photographing these session I aim to capture the connection and bond you have.  I love when you play and interact and talk about what you love most about each other. The little faces and expressions you get are beyond adorable and I hope they are what will tug at your heart strings when looking back on these heirloom images. When Nikki and I had our initial styling consultation she said she wanted a bohemian feel that incorporated some femininity. She choose a long crimson dress with delicate straps, and a flowing cream top with floral print leggings for her little one. The both looked stunning! All of my sessions come with digital files for easy sharing online, and most include a print credit as well. I urge you to print the images you wish to pass down. Discs and USB drives can often fail, but the paper images that I rummage through at my grandmother's house have never failed us. A yearly family album is a great way to archive your growing love for one another. 


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