I will never forget the very first time I met Matt & Rachael. They were so evidently in love and incredibly passionate about pursuing their future together, I have no doubt that these two will do great things together as a couple. Matt & Rachael met on February 8, 2013 in the French Quarter in New Orleans and married on February 8, 2014 to begin their lives together in Fort Worth, Texas! Fast you say? Hey, when you know, you know! I have enjoyed every moment I have spent with these two, from their engagement session to Rachael's bridal session, to their wedding day, these two have a very special place in my heart. It has been such an honor working for these two, but more than that, it has been a privilege getting to know them for who they are, getting to hear about their hopes for the future, and getting to preserve the foundation in which I know they are launching off of.
The ceremony was held in the lovely Robert Carr Chapel, which quickly filled with so much love, support, and belief in this couple that it was quite a site to see. By the grace of God, these two have been loved well by their families and friends, and because of that it is no wonder they know how to love each other so well! After the "I do" and a sweet first kiss (that no doubt will make you giggle) we took off the the reception held at the breath-taking Fort Worth Club. Twelve stories up, in a room lined with windows, the dusty pink sunset over downtown created an atmosphere of loving thrill! Needless to say, Matt & Rachael's wedding day was a precious one and I am more than excited to share a few of my favorite images from their special day! Leave them some love in the comment section below!
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