Love is patient has probably been the mantra of Kaci and Davis this year. They were supposed to get married in March. Four days before they were supposed to say “I do” the county that they were getting married in issued the shelter in place order. My heart broke for them when Kaci contacted me with the news. That was just one of the many hiccups these two faced this year. Six months later, almost to the day, they vowed forever in front of their loved ones. There were so many happy tears, as everyone was so thankful these two finally got the celebration they had been dreaming of! It was a joy to be their Milestone Georgetown wedding photographer!
Kaci’s mom and sisters were so sweet!
After Kaci’s first look with her dad, it was time to have her first look with Davis!
After the first look, we had time to take some romantic portraits of just the two of them.
I need to take a minute to brag on Kaci’s mama because I’m pretty sure she made Kaci’s bridal bouquet! WOWZA!
Another bonus of having a first look is that your bridal party can take portraits before the ceremony. This means that the bridesmaids make-up is fresh and everyone can go straight to cocktail hour after the ceremony.
I’m head over heels in love with this wedding party color palette. More than that, I love that each bridesmaid was able to find a dress that fit their specific style.
All the happy tears from their sweet mamas!
I love when grandparents win the anniversary dance!
Kaci and Davis – thank you so much for allowing me to be your wedding photographer at The Milestone in Georgetown, Texas! It was such a joy to spend the day with y’all and your loved ones!
– Mylah Renae
The Milestone Georgetown Wedding Photographer
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