There wasn’t even a pause when I was asked to come out to Texas to photograph Jamie and Zach’s wedding. I LOVE traveling and having lived in Austin for 6 years, I was itching to get back!
I arrived just in time for the rehearsal dinner. A causal dinner with drinks at a local restaurant where a room full of love, friends, and laughter set the mood for the entire wedding weekend.
Jamie and Zach have that kind of vibe though, they’re both laid back and casual but all smiles all the time. You can tell within moments of meeting them how happy and comfortable they are with each other.
The wedding took place at Park Meadows Baptist Church. The bride has been attending and volunteering her time for many years and it just felt like the right place to start their new life together. After some time in the Army Jamie was welcomed to the church community and years later they are the most supportive and loving people to surround her and Zach.
I want to share with you a little story about Jamie’s wedding dress. I teared up listening to this sweet sentiment. Jamie’s grandmother had set it aside to buy for her some months ago, but before she could purchase it she passed away earlier this year. Friends of her grandmother knew of her plan and gifted the gown. So sweet! Jamie wearing the dress her grandmother picked out was such a beautiful way to acknowledge this important matriarch in the Fulton Family. Simple and modern, yet holds so much sentimental value.
Jamie and Zach’s lovable chocolate lab, Max helped the ring bearer but brought so much fun to the wedding day!
After the wedding we went on a little photo adventure to Dallas, Tx where we found some really cool murals and a fun spot to see the bright city lights put on a show.
Ceremony & Reception Venue: Park Meadows Baptist Church Cake: HEB Bakery