Hi, I'm Angela, wedding photographer based in Austin, Texas. I'm wife to a Northern Irish cutie, mom to two little girls, and fur mom to pup Willow and cat Poppy. I also love light, lace, and alllll the pretty wedding things! Feel free to browse recent weddings, engagement sessions, and a little bit about me! To find out more about me, please drop me a line! 

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February 2, 2018

A family member of a bride recently told me that he attended weddings for about ten nieces and nephews in the past year, and he had not seen family photos go as smoothly as what I deliver! Not to toot my own horn, but I think I am pretty dang good at family photos. 😉 […]

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February 2, 2018

Let’s face it. Family photos can turn into a bit of chaos! However, these portraits absolutely do not have to be stressful! Having photographed over 100 weddings, I know a thing or two about family photos, and my game is strong! That said, there are some things you can do as well to help ensure […]

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October 19, 2016

1.What is a First Look? A First Look is a private time for you and your fiancé to see each other alone before the ceremony and wedding events begin. We capture the emotion of seeing each other for the First Time and then go directly into your Couple’s Portraits. 2.Why are First Look Sessions popular? […]

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October 18, 2016

The tradition of not seeing the bride until the aisle actually comes from times of arranged marriages. Families negotiated a deal, and to keep the groom from possibly backing out of the deal, the bride was not revealed to him until all the way at the end of the aisle, when the veil was lifted. […]

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September 20, 2016

Your photographer and your guests will thank their lucky stars if you decid to have all of your guests’ attention focused on your special moments of your ceremony rather than seen from the back of a cell phone screen. I do think that “unplugged ceremonies” have grown in popularity, so much so that I’d bet […]

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