Courtney & Michael’s wedding June 29, 2019

This wedding was so beautiful from start to finish! The day began extremely hot, the kind of heat that when you step outside you can barely breathe, but as the ceremony began, storm clouds began to roll in and you could hear thunder in the distance, the weather cooled off, then just as we started bridal party photos, the wind picked up, and you could see lightening strikes way off in the background, clouds were getting darker, but I kept shooting and they were all for it! They were so much fun to work with, everyone was.

Due to the weather, there was a bad accident on the highway coming in, so the minister didn’t make it until the middle of the ceremony, so the mother of the groom officiated the first half of the wedding and it was simply beautiful!

Venue: Hawthorn Hills Ranch
Planner: Amanda Allison
Caterer: Extreme Catering
Florist:A time to shine Floral Design
Baker: Kara’s bake Shoppe
DJ:All Access DJ DFW
Photography: Brandi McComb Photography
Videographer: Chevy Chey








Pyrotex Fireworks 2019

Each year I take my girls to see the Pyrotex fireworks at Firewheel Mall. We never miss a year and we never go anywhere else. These are the absolute best around, I photograph them each year. I used to go to Sachse, Addison, Rowlett, but they simply cannot touch this show in my opinion.

Enjoy some of my favorites from tonight along with parts of the finale video here –


Cindy & Frederick’s wedding previews

It was a small wedding with close friends and family, simple yet so beautiful. Loved the blues!
They met at Texas Tech University School of Law. Bride is from Dallas, and groom is from El Paso. Couple maintained a long distance relationship until Bride moved to El Paso. The Groom proposed on December 24, 2018.
Venue: Wildwood Inn
Planner: Wildwood Inn
Caterer: Wildwood Inn
Florist: Flower Moxie
Baker: Adoughable Creations
DJ: Musicfacture DJ’s
Makeup/Hair: Ahimsa Artistry
Photographer: Brandi McComb Photography

Emily & Jaron – 6-16-19

A note from the bride:

Jaron was told by one of his good friends that there was “this girl” in Lubbock at Texas Tech that he HAD to meet and HAD to date, so Jaron reached out to me and asked me if id would let him take me on a date. I agreed, and for some reason Jaron decided to take me to an old run down bar with two of his friends.. it was the worst first date I had been on (HAHA).. it took him a whole year of trying and begging for another chance and a second date for me to go on another date with him.. whatever he did that time must have worked because we have been together ever since that second date and we now have a beautiful little girl together. Jaron likes to say persistence is key!

Jaron proposed on October 25 at a local Pumpkin Patch called At’ll do Farms. The farm has a pumpkin patch, hay rides, fire pits for s’mores, and several food trucks. He had taken me on a date there the year before. The farm has a bunch of picture stations and of course I wanted a picture at all of them. In the center of the farm there is a beautifully lit gazebo. Jaron asked if I wanted to take a picture underneath it which of course I did. While we were “taking a picture” under the gazebo Jaron got down on his knee and asked the big question. Many of our friends were there and it was so special.

Venue – Morgan Creek Barn (Walters Wedding Estates)
Flowers- Kukka Flowers
Photographer-Brandi McComb Photography
Cakes-Create 2 your Taste
DJ-Ken Adams

SirJ & Maurissa’s wedding blog

Venue – Royal Affairs Ballroom
Planner/Designer/Bouquet – Coalesce Creations Weddings & Events
Photographer – Brandi McComb Photography
DJ / MC – DJ Tagman
Hair – Wanda Floyd
MUA – Beauty By Ashley
Florist –  Weddings by The Kreative Consultant

Jordyn & Michael’s wedding blog – 6-8-19

A note from the bride ~

Michael and I met our Freshman year of high school at Jenks High School. We met in our biology class and started talking in class and then it went from there!

Michael took me to his families land, we call it the farm, on the opening day of hunting season (October 1st) in 2017. He went out that morning to go hunting and when he came back he asked if I wanted to go for a ride to the waterfall (a place on the land that is very pretty and is a waterfall when there is water running). We went to the waterfall and that is when he got down on one knee and asked me to marry him!!


Venue: Little Wren Weddings & Events

Planner: Curly Willow Botanicals

Caterer: Sticky Ribs BBQ

Florist: Curly Willow Botanicals

Baker: Delicious Cakes

Dress(es)/Suit(s): Davids Bridal/Mens Wearhouse

DJ: DJ Connection

Makeup/Hair: Kassandra Morales

Videographer: Simply Ivory Videography

Décor: Family/ Curly Willow Botanicals

Photographer: Brandi McComb Photography



Madison & Blake – 6-2-19

A note from the bride ~

My fiance and I met our first semester at UNT in Fall of 2013. We both lived at West hall on campus. Blake only lived at the hall and went to UNT for one semester and then joined the army in 2014. I almost did not get to attended UNT at the time depending on financial aid. Lucky for us it was in God’s will for our paths to cross when they did. We became acquantices at the time who said hello and carried on small talk while we both lived at West hall. We added each other on social media that same year. Once he left for the army we lost touch for about a year. Once some time had passed we started talking again via social media in fall 2014/spring 2015. We kept in touch for 2 years. We talked almost every day, at times we went without talking for a month or so here and there but majority of the time we had some form of communication daily while he was stationed in Hawaii for the remainder of his time in the army. We were still just acquaintances but we were somehow a little more because we knew each other’s daily routines, friend groups, etc. While we were thousands of miles away, we always talked about me visiting him in Hawaii but never actually got to make that happen (got close once but didn’t pan out). We also talked about showing each other our favorite spots, hanging out once he got home, and what the future looked like for each of us individually (but also prying to see if the other fit into our life plan, hoping this would be it). Once he returned home in fall 2017 he asked me on a date (without telling me where we were going- so natrually I freak out and don’t know what to wear). He took me to the drive in movies that night in Fort Worth where we had our first official date and hoping it would be a movie ending for us
instead of an awkward disaster. Lucky for us it was in God’s will again for that to be our last first date.
The proposal was exactly one year after our first date at the exact same location, the drive in movies in Fort Worth. We had already planned on going back for our one year date but little did I know it was the day he asked my father for his blessing and then carried on to ask me to be his wife. That night he took me to our favorite sushi place before the movies. We found our spot for the movie and he surprised me with roses and chocolate covered strawberries (and I thought that was the big surprise for the night). We knew we wanted to take a picture in front of the movie screen in between the double feature. So after the first movie he asked the “strangers” next to us to take our picture. As we were taking it I noticed he wouldn’t stop staring at me so I asked if he was ever going to look at the camera, to my surprise he said no. Instead he continued to say the sweetest words. He would always joke about getting engaged in 10 years so he mentioned how he just couldn’t wait another day and got down on one knee!!! We spent the whole second movie in the truck face timing all of our family!
Venue: Flying V Ranch Event Venue

Planner: Kelly Dobson
Caterer: Babe’s Chicken
Baker: Kat’s Confectionaries
Dress(es)/Suit(s)- Bride/Bridesmaids dresses- David’s Bridal
DJ: DJ Apollo
Hair: Kerri Storck (hair)
Videographer: Seth Roche
Décor: Planner/mother of bride/florist/bride
Photographer: Brandi McComb Photography

Tristan & Emily’s wedding previews!

A note from the groom….

“Emily and I went to the same school since elementary. We didn’t really know each other until we acquired mutual friends in the 7th grade. We were friends for about a year and began “dating” at the end of our 8th grade year. We dated from that point on through college. After a short eight years i finally for the courage to propose to Emily. I proposed to Emily in New York City, NY on a day that would end in a beautiful ending filled with snow, family, laughter, and love. However, achieving this result was not easy. It all began with lying to Emily about attending a workout class so I could sneak away to purchase her engagement ring. Many months past before I had the opportunity to ask her father’s permission. But again, I found myself lying to Emily to get away long enough to speak with her dad. After he said yes, I had to plan the trip to NYC where I popped the question on Gapstow Bridge in Central Park surrounded by our families. The rest was history.”
Seriously one of the sweetest and most entertaining weddings to date! So much fun from start to finish!
Venue: The Springs Event Venue – Rockwall
Planner: Petals and Pearls Unique Design
Caterer: Mabank Meat Mafia
Florist: Petals and Pearls Unique Design
Baker: Renaissance Cake Company
DJ/Band: Forerunner Entertainment
Makeup/Hair: Misti Maddron & Taylor Hatcher
Décor: Petals and Pearls Unique Design
Photography: Brandi McComb Photography
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