Sort of because, I would assume that Bridals would be of ... well... just the bride. The day got away from us. Instead of forcing the time and issue, we just enjoyed the light we had left and took shots with both bride and groom. Right up until the only light left was the city lights in the back ground!
We started out in some spots that i thought would be pretty having never been on the Saint Edwards Campus before. They have this cute little overlook the was facing the sunset with some nice flora in the background. I think it worked out well. more pictures in the slide show below.
On our way to another spot, which they noted was a requirement, we saw some bluebonnet's surprisingly still in bloom at this time. So we had to stop, as is Texas custom, and get some pictures in said bluebonnets. Probably one of my favorite wedding photos yet!
These two were so wonderful to work with too... if they had something in mind they would tell me. Hence the Bluebonnet photos. But, then they would do everything i said to make the photo happen.
Of course sometimes you just have to play. We arrived at the infamous red door. A stated requirement by the bride and groom. More than anything, this was me trying figure out exposure and setting in this new area. But I think it is just a really really fun shot as well!
Love, that is all.
When done at the door, we were pretty well out of light. But it was a quick 180 degree turn to look straight out over the Austin Sky line. So, we had to go try to work that in. I think it looks pretty awesome!
Slide show of all the images for your enjoyment.
Thank you so much to Tessa Clabby for being my assistance and lighting tech on this one. You are always so fun to be around, a huge encouragement and so helpful!