Something that we photographers talk about often is finding our “ideal client” – and what we mean by this is finding a couple that is truly our match made in heaven. You know them when you find them – because you click, conversation flows easily, and they just fit everything you strive to communicate in your branding and vision. For me, Jeff and Rachel were definitely “ideal clients.” From the moment we first met for coffee (at a really weird coffee shop…but that’s a story for another day!) to our pre-wedding communication, I felt like I had known these two for years. Jeff and Rachel are an absolute joy to be around, and I was honored to be a part of this Lost Oak Winery wedding in Burleson Texas!
For those of you who don’t know, Burleson is south of Fort Worth and has many gorgeous venues to get married. Lost Oak Winery is one such wedding venue that magically comes to life in the spring with lush, romantic vineyards. It is a perfect location for an outdoor wedding with plenty of space, plenty of sunshine, and plenty of vino to keep the party going! Friends and family can all gather around and mingle while sipping on wine (or sweet tea – equally as fitting!) and celebrating the happy couple with a night of dancing beneath the stars.
Rachel and Jeff’s loved ones just filled Lost Oak Winery with so much joy! It was a perfect day spent together with people who were just so genuinely excited to see these two married. I truly felt so welcomed, and I was so privileged to be able to capture their wedding. Rachel and Jeff, thank you SO much for the honor of being your wedding photographer!
Venue and Coordinator: Sheila Brown, Lost Oak Winery
DJ: Sean Lee, Masters of Ceremony
Videographer: Jay Nuzum, Illusion Media Works
Cake: Nothing Bundt Cake
Caterer: Rachel Ickes and Acevedo Family
Dress: Circle Park Bridal Boutique
Bridesmaids Dresses: David’s Bridal
Groom and Groomsmen Suits: Men’s Wearhouse
Florals: Blushington Blooms