Jimmy & Cristina Lee’s wedding previews

From the groom –

We met online through Coffee Meets Bagel. Our first date was a breakfast ate, we had coffee no bagels. I proposed using the game speak out and our boys held up a sign asking her to join our family. When she saw the sign she cried and said yes! Now we are here.

Venue: The Grove
Planner: Erika June
Caterer: Bucca di Bepo
Florist: Erika June
Baker: Sugar Bees Sweet Bakery
Dress(es)/Suits Nicksmens Wear (Arizona) Brides Dress Ivory Row (Arizona) Bridesmaids Patsy
Boutique (Dallas)
DJ/Band: Full Circle Melody
Makeup/Hair (if applicable) Ah Beauty
Videographer: Treaster Productions
Décor: Erika June

Nick & McKenna Shaw’s wedding blog

Our Story

Nick and McKenna met in early spring 2015. While there was an immediate connection, their lives were just beginning and relationships were an afterthought. McKenna had just moved to Dallas after graduating from Stephen F. Austin State University, while Nick had recently moved back to Dallas from West Texas. After a few casual dates, things began to get more serious as the Summer came to close. Brunch dates, nights in Uptown and Game of Thrones watch parties were the beginning of something special. They couldn’t get enough of each seeing each other. As time went on and basketball seasons came and went, Nick knew that he had found someone special. They had fallen in love. In the Summer of 2016, they adopted their sweet pup, Jax, and they both knew that they were becoming a family. Nick proposed on June 11th, 2017 and the rest is history. They would like to thank everyone that has helped build and be a part of their relationship to make it to this day. The couple looks forward to celebrating with each and everyone one of you on their wedding day!

Nick proposed to me in Klyde Warren Park on a very early Sunday Morning in the same spot where we had one of
our first dates. Same Chair same picnic table and all. After he popped the questions I was in shock and everything
was kind of a blur, so I asked him if he could ask me again. So, he did. Lol. After the proposal he had all of our family
and friends secretly waiting at a restaurant, so we could share a celebratory brunch.
 http://shawwedding.us/
(our website)


Grooms Hotel: Omni Hotel
Brides Hotel: Embassy Suites by Hilton Fort Worth Downtown
Ceremony: St. Patrick Cathedral
Reception: T&P Station
Planner: Nicole from Blissful by Design
Caterer: City Kitchen
Florist: Lynette Lee
Baker: Savor Patisserie
Dress(es)/Suit(s): Ava’s Bridal & Jos. A Bank
DJ: DJ Connection
Makeup/Hair: Braided Bride/Kaci Strother
Reception Contact: Tanisha Broddus
Photo Booth & Lighting: Complete Weddings & Events / Ron Sexton
Photography: Brandi McComb Photography

Lindsey & Andrew’s wedding previews

Lindsey & Andrew were married on 9/2/18 at Rustic Grace Estate.

Happily Ever After –

They met in 2014 after love at first text when Lindsey agreed to join Drew for a Mexican dinner at La Vista.. Despite Lindsey’s best efforts of poisoning Drew with guacamole on their first date due to a severe allergy, they both survived the nerve-racking first date jitters. Shortly after, we began dating and living with one another. Because of our unique situation, with both of us having kids from previous relationships, our journey took off a bit faster than we could have imagined. The laughs and cries we shared together, paired with our daughters sisterly love for one another, made this unorthodox fairy tale, a dream come true. Without skipping a beat, we began living life as a four person family and selflessly devoting our love, time and effort to each other. Now, three years later, after the fine dining of nachos and margaritas, Drew took a leap of faith and got down on one knee. We have decided to vow our love to each other until death do us part, and we cannot think of any better way to do it than with our amazing family and friends.

Venue: Rustic Grace Estate
Planner: Kalisa with Legacy Catering & Design
Caterer: Kalisa with Legacy Catering & Design
Florist: Kalisa with Legacy Catering & Design
Baker: Bakermama
DJ: DJ Chris Brown
Makeup/Hair: Candace Marshall
Décor: Kalisa with Legacy Catering & Design
Photography: Brandi McComb Photography

Shelby & Tayler’s engagement previews!

Shelby & Tayler will be married in October  Today they braved the heat at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden for their engagements.

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Michelle & Eric’s engagement previews!

Michelle & Eric will be tying the knot in March 2019 at the La Cour Venue, McKinney.

Today I did their engagements in Deep Ellum. Stay tuned for their preview blog.

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Emily & Tristan’s engagement previews!

Emily & Tristan are getting married next year at THE SPRINGS Event Venues with some of my favorite top vendors in the industry! I cannot wait for this wedding 

Today I shot their engagements at the beautiful Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden and although it was cloudy and muggy, they were rock stars!

The Connerly family studio previews

One of my favorite studios is the Lumen Room, so when the Connerly family booked me for a family session but did not want to be out in this awful Summer heat, I knew the perfect place!

This sweet couple has been married two years and share a daughter together but each have children from previous marriages. They make a beautiful combined family and the older kids have become the best of friends 🙂 The session was super quick but so much fun as you can see in the photos below.

Valerie & Edward’s Catholic wedding previews

I shot a gorgeous Catholic wedding at St Jude Catholic Church of Mansfield

Valerie & Edward have such a special story and have two handsome little boys together.

From the bride:

My husband and I met at the start of our senior year in high school. He was a football player and I was a cheerleader and we met through mutual friends. Over the course of 6 months we became the best of friends, even though he always wanted to be more.
However, I started to fall for him and the exact
moment I knew I was in love with him was on my birthday 2004 when he skipped his lunch, drove across town 30 mins to a flower shop to buy me the most beautiful bouquet of tulips with a bright pink bow on it, drove back to class late, sat though class with the flowers then walked across the school to give them to me. I had only ever told him once that my favorite flower was tulips and my favorite color was pink, but he remembered. We officially started dating exactly a month later and we have been inseparable ever since. My husband has always been a romantic and over the last 14 years I have fallen more in love with him every day. We always knew we would get married but life happened, and we just hadn’t been able to till now.
The Proposal: On Christmas eve Dec 2013 we went to the children’s mass as we always do every year. There was a large present under the tree and all month he kept telling me it was going to be the best Christmas ever. I kept telling him that as long as I had him and my boys that it would be great regardless. He continued to tell me it would be just awesome. What I didn’t know was he had taken my oldest with him in October to choose my ring together and he had been planning to propose since then. Before mass I told him that I wanted a family picture but my youngest son was just months old at the time and I had to leave mass to nurse him in the car (the black dress I wore wasn’t nursing friendly) We ended up leaving right after but when we got home, I was in the kitchen about to walk upstairs and he told me not to change because we still had to take our family picture. He then asks me to stand in front of our Christmas tree and says that we should let our oldest take one of just him and I. Little did I know he was actually recording. Right before we take what I think is a picture he holds my hands tells me how much he loves me and how blessed he is to have spent this many Christmases with me and how amazing and wonderful he thinks I am. Somehow between those sweet words and the next minute I just remember him asking me to put this brown paper bag on the table, which is where he had been hiding the box with the ring. As I turn around to put the bag on the table and when I turn back around to look at him he is on one knee reminding me that he is looking forward to forever with me.