Introducing, Mrs. Ellis
As a Fort Worth wedding photographer, I have had the pleasure of capturing many beautiful and memorable couples in the area. However, there is one couple in particular that stands out in my mind – Hope and Luke.
I first introduced you to this sweet couple in a previous blog post showcasing their beautiful engagement session at Turtle Creek in Dallas. This time, I want to share some of the beautiful images from Hope's bridal session at the Japanese Garden at the Fort Worth Botanical Garden.
Hope and Luke met while they were both in high school and have been inseparable ever since. They went on to attend Texas A&M University, where around graduation time, Luke proposed! When it came time to plan their wedding, they knew they wanted to tie the knot in front of their friends and family on New Year's Eve – the perfect way to start off the new year as husband and wife. (Ps. Keep an eye out for that blog post in the next few weeks!)
Two weeks before their big day, Hope had her bridal portraits session at the Japanese Garden in the Fort Worth Botanical Gardens. This location is a favorite among Fort Worth couples (and me) for its beautiful and colorful backdrops, no matter the time of year.
When the day of the session arrived, Hope looked absolutely stunning in her bridal gown and cowgirl boots! The Japanese Garden provided the perfect setting for her beauty and elegance.
We were fortunate to have the garden largely to ourselves, which allowed us to take our time and get some truly magical shots. As we walked through the garden, we encountered all sorts of beautiful locations, from serene ponds to bright, colorful shedding trees.
Hope was a natural in front of the camera and her joy and love for Luke was evident in every photograph!
After the session, Hope and her family were thrilled with the back of camera results. They couldn't wait to see the final images and were overjoyed with the way they turned out after editing. Please enjoy her beautiful gallery!
If you're a Fort Worth or DFW couple planning your wedding and are looking for a beautiful location for your bridal portraits, I highly recommend the Japanese Garden at the Fort Worth Botanical Gardens.
When it comes to choosing a Fort Worth wedding photographer, I would be honored to capture the love and joy of your special day. Together we can create stunning and timeless images that you will treasure for a lifetime.
Until next time!
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