They’re married so we get to share Katie’s Addison Grove bridals with you!
We went back and forth trying to find a spot that would work just perfectly for the session. Soon to open, The Addison Grove proved that very perfect location. The lovely outdoors and the bridal suite with lots of light fit the bill. And really, pretty indoors with air-conditioning is life-preserving on a Texas June afternoon! Just want to be honest about it.
Katie was kindly accompanied by her mom who was such a big help, not to mention encouragement. It was awfully nice to get to meet her in advance of the wedding, too. Katie was very patient with me and the weather but it didn’t take much at all for her to look beautiful. I mean, you know what I mean. Classically beautiful.
Genuinely sweet and beautiful, inside and out.
This rock wall at Addison Grove is so pretty. It and the trees around it as such a joy to use for a photo shoot.
As I mentioned, Katie was super patient with me. But working with a vintage, manual focus lens was worth it, I think.
I’m not certain, but I think this grouping of oaks is the reason for the venue’s name. The shady canopy was perfect.
Just like Katie is.