From the first look to the last dance, this wedding was non stop fun. I got to Heritage House early and walked around the wedding venue to find a spot to shoot the wedding portraits. This Dripping Springs wedding venue was abounding. It seems to trail off into the distance out near their cabins where the wedding party was staying. I brought the bride and groom out to see each other for the first time and it was such a treat getting to watch it all happen. They read the sweet letters they had written to each other and he gave her a beautiful pair of earrings with a romantic story all of their own. Once we let the wedding party join in, this group got the best kind of rowdy! I knew I was in for a great night. We were able to catch golden hour right before the ceremony started and it could not have been better timing. The bride’s veil stayed up in the wind for a perfect shot to sum up the night before it even started. I have to say I love waiting to see what kids will do when “released” down the aisle. This did not disappoint! These kids were adorable, and so well behaved. The photo shown was merely at the end of the aisle once he saw where he’d rather be… I happened to catch the moment at it’s most dramatic and I am so glad I did. I hope they can cherish that for a long time and for future dates to see 😉 Once the vows were said and they were pronounced man and wife- we thoroughly enjoyed the night. I held them for a few night portraits in the quaint Grace Chapel before they were introduced to their reception hall. The music was incredible. People’s Choice Band kept the guests dancing and the photo booth kept the props coming onto the dance floor! The dance floor stayed packed and the party hardly came to an end when the sparkler exit guided the newly weds to their vintage getaway car. What a beautiful day.