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John and Paige met at a party that was happening at his place while they were both attending Texas A&M. His pick up line was “Do you want to see my plant?” He says it was a plant that couldn’t die, which is why it was special. He had even repotted it the day before the party where he met his future bride.
The day of their engagement session (which was this past Sunday), Paige and I were closely watching the weather, trying to decide if we should push it back to a later date. You see, the weather in Wimberley was supposed to be in the 40s and raining. That is not an ideal scenario for an engagement session. Since she and John had driven all the way from Dallas for a weekend of wedding festivities, they decided to keep the engagement session despite the less-than-perfect weather. They both laughed, as that kind of weather seems to be a trend for them. Paige even said that if it got too bad, they would embrace the weather, by putting on rain boots and holding umbrellas! It was a FABULOUS attitude to have and I’m so glad they decided to go for it and keep their session date. It was cold, but the rain somehow lifted every time we got ready to shoot. It rained on us a little while walking from location to location and when we drove to her grandparents’ ranch, just a few minutes from downtown Wimberley. Every time we set to photograph, though, there was NO rain!
The two met at Texas A&M and were both sporting their Aggie rings!Paige and John, thank you for sticking it out despite the cold and rain! I’m so glad we were able to keep your engagement session and go to all the beautiful locations we did! I cannot wait for your Camp Lucy wedding this fall!
– Mylah Renae
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Mylah Renae is a refined wedding photographer based in Austin, Texas, capturing timeless and tangible memories that celebrate marriage.