Posts tagged Texarkana
A Barn at Blue Sky Ranch Wedding | Ricky & Kali

It was a beautiful day. The sun was shining and the temperature hovered right under 70 degrees. The puddles from the rain they’d received over the past few days were withering away, and the forecast optimistically promised clear skies. And as Kali stood inside the Barn at Blue Sky Ranch, looking outside, she didn’t just see a beautiful day. She saw the best day ever… and a miraculous answer to many, many prayers. Smiling, she turned her attention from the weather to the people surrounding her. One by one, she walked around handing out gifts to family and friends, selflessly showing them how much she loved and appreciated them on her special day. Then, heading back to the bridal quarters, she continued preparing for the day she had dreamt about for many months.

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A Romantic Backyard Texarkana Wedding | Lance & Heather

The air was filled with warm, beautiful light as the sun slowly sunk behind the horizon. Heather stood in front of a tall, single tree in the middle of her family's field and looked into Lance's eyes as she promised to be there for each him, for better or worse. Lance smiled as he made the same promise to her, and in that moment, nothing else seemed to matter.

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A Christmas Themed Wedding in Texarkana | Matthew & Kailey

I know it's almost July, but this time of year is perfect for reminiscing about Christmas... right? On January 4th, I photographed Matthew and Kailey's Christmas themed wedding in Texarkana with Kate Reynolds Photography. It was a pleasure to spend the day with Matthew and Kailey - they are both outgoing people with huge personalities that are SO MUCH FUN to be around, and I couldn't have enjoyed my role in documenting their day any more!

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A Classic Black Tie Destination Wedding in Texarkana | John & Kelsey

As Kelsey sat by the window, patiently waiting for her curls to be crafted to perfection, she looked at her mother across the table and smiled. There were still a few last minute details to finish up, and she was filled with gratitude at the woman who worked tirelessly to ensure her day was absolutely perfect. Since John and Kelsey lived 1,500 miles away, they relied heavily on their friends and family back in Texas, and no one had worked harder or more selflessly than Kelsey's mom. And now that she was there and everything was falling into place, she couldn't have been more thankful.

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A Texarkana First Baptist Church Wedding | Jeff & Mary Lynn

One by one, Mary Lynn hugged her guests, introduced them to Jeff, and sincerely thanked them for sharing the day with them. She was overflowing with joy and excitement, and it was obvious that she genuinely cared about and loved these people from the depths of her soul. All day, Mary Lynn just radiated with joy. She was such a pleasure to be around and I'm beyond blessed that I had the opportunity to share in her and Jeff's wedding. 

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