These Dallas based cuties both grew up vacationing in the cutest ski town nestled in the forests of New Mexico. The weather was perfection for their engagement shoot at Ski Valley Taos. They came ready to represent their Texas roots with their Stetson hats, cowboy boots and amazing style. The beautiful wildflowers were all over which was such a fun surprise.
Blogging ,you guys, may be the hardest thing for me. I write and then delete and then do it again and again. It's honestly worse than me trying to take a selfie...which is also really awkward. So if I sound like a total fool just feel free to skip over to the photos because I'm confident you're going to love those.
Rachel and Brek decided to ring in the new year with family and friends at The Hyatt Regency Tamaya this last New Years Eve. Rachel and Brek have known eachother since high school but reconnected years later and the rest is history. Their day was so full of joy and celebration. It was honestly one of the most relaxing weddings I've ever been to. There were zero mishaps, everything went according to plan and you could just feel the happiness in the air. This was my first time agreeing to take on a wedding on New Years Eve but I had the best time. Rachel had her hair and makeup done by no other than the incredible Genica Lee and looked so gorgeous.
All the details of this day were simply KILLER. The one positive from all this COVID craziness? These insanely beautiful micro weddings. I think when you do a micro wedding, you can concentrate more on the details and people you truly want with you on your wedding day. It takes away so much of the pressure and allows you to fully enjoy your day without having to meet everyone's expectations for the day. What do you think? Micro wedding for you? Or are you still going strong with the big weddings? Let me know in the comments below.
Hair & Makeup: @sunkissedandmadeup
Floral Design: @flowerbarco
Men’s Wear: @themoderngroom_
Bridal Accessories: @janicetan_co
Styling Surfaces: @replicasurfaces
Ring Boxes: @lovelyringboxes