Allie and her mom came to the ranch on a beautiful early summer day for her bridal session. We loved spending the evening with these two and photographing one of the sweetest brides ever.
We often hear from photographers from the northern or midwest states who come to our workshops that nobody does bridal sessions up there. Bridal sessions are definitely a southern thing - so you can imagine how thrilled we were when our Maryland bride, Melissa, said that she was flying to Texas because she has been looking forward to her bridal session with us for months. So on a beautiful day in April, three different women traveled from three different states (Kansas, Maryland, and Colorado) - one carrying a wedding dress on the plane! - so that Melissa could have her very own bridal portraits made. We had a wonderful time and shared great laughs (and great barbecue afterwards!) with these travelers. We can't wait to show you photos of Melissa and Shane's Maryland wedding very soon!
Luke & Cat
Kaycie's family owns Carter Florist in Conroe and what started with a “Do you think we could do this?” text from Kaycie turned into one of the most beautiful displays to ever be assembled on the ranch. Her Watters dress paired with a larger-than-life floral wreath put this golden hour bridal session over the top. If you think that these florals were lavish, just wait until you see what the Carter family put together at their Olde Dobbin Station wedding!