Can you believe it guys?!?! Two posts in two days! I think that's a new record for me! Anyway, I was granted permission from this gorgeous bride to post a few of my top pics from her session on the blog. Her husband-to-be is a member of facebook, so I promised not to post any on there. So Mac...if you're reading this, turn away this instant!
So...after driving around the Stockyards in Fort Worth and having no luck finding a spot to shoot (the rodeo was in town and it was CROWDED), we ended up back in Joshua, which is just south of Burleson for those of you who aren't familiar with the "Burbs".
Ashly is such a sweet individual that I've had the honor of knowing for a very long time, and has quite a special story behind the significance of her bridal gown. The dress was originally her mother's gown which she has had reconstructed to suit her own personal style. This is no ordinary "wear your mother's dress" situation. Ashly's mother Angela was diagnosed with Skin Cancer in September of 2003, and passed away in June of 2004. Since her mom is unable to be there with her physically during this special day, this dress will allow Ashly to have a piece of her mother close to her heart when she takes her vows.
As promised, here are a few of the shots from our session. I decided to only post images of her beautiful face, so as not to spoil the surprise of her customized dress. I'll post full length ones in May after the wedding!
Thanks for taking a peek at the blog today, and I'll be posting again very soon! I have a super cute, squishy baby shoot that I know you guys are just dying to see!!!