Those really real, can't stop if I wanted to, smiles. Those cheeks hurt so much smiles. Those nose scrunched, dimples showing smiles. Those are the very best. Literally, no one can make Taylor smile the way James does and I think it's one of the sweetest things in the whole world.
Don't mind me, I'm just over here obsessing over this venue and this incredible vendor team I got to work with at Julia & Auggie's wedding. I mean, LOOK at this porch - that bouquet - her dress - all of it. I'm dead.
This weekend I got to document Aimee's pregnancy with baby Lynlee. We ended the shoot in a pool with a giant pink flamingo floatie, which was perfect because Texas summers are HOT ya'll.
And after what feels like hundreds of hours on a plane, I'm back home in Amsterdam. I'll be sleeping for the next week if anyone needs me. Jet lag + working every single day (sometimes twice a day) while I was in Texas = sleep deprived, but oh so happy Whitney.
Forever in love with Dallas sunrises and rooftop skyline views.
Every wedding I've shot this year in Texas has been rainy. What up Texas? We may have only had 15 minutes to shoot their portraits before a summer rain storm, but they made the most of it. Also, Auggie, I'm never getting over that suit.