Wow! Amanda and Chris were open to any ideas that I could think of, and my creative mind went to work. At the beginning of their engagement session, they told me how awkward they might appear in photos. They were completely wrong! I mean, these two were so adorable. My favorite is the two of them relaxing on a wooden park bench.
The couple found me as a preferred vendor for Bell Tower on 34th Street, which is a wedding venue that features gorgeous Italian architecture that resembles villas in the streets of Italy. This location has a magnificent cascading water wall and elegant ballrooms with beautiful staircases. Each room is very luxurious and showcases high ceilings and marble floors.
The historic museum district in Houston houses nineteen museums and art galleries. Also, this area is known as the greenest part of Houston. From the colorful buildings and doors to the ivy walls, there are lots of picturesque views to choose from. This is why this part of town is popular for photography, particularly engagement sessions.
For the bluest of bluest doors, the bride-to-be was absolutely vibrant in a cap sleeve mid length dress that resembled the Tuscan sun. She paired her outfit nicely with a tan high heel sandal. It’s always bonus points if the bride-to-be wears a hat! Amanda did not disappoint by switching up her look with a navy hat and scarf. Wearing a hat can actually enhance your appearance in photos. One tip is the hat will look better if you slightly tilt it at an angle.
Chris is quite dapper wearing a gray sweater with white collared shirt underneath. Again, it’s all about embracing the layers for a cool weather classic look. This couple was so charming, and I had a great time working with them.