Under the direction and planning of Nicole Froelich from Nicole Please Weddings, the stylistic genius of MyAwina, power photography duo, Kuenzli Photography, Go Mango Videography and A Cake Story, the dream team reunites yet again to bring another unique and inspiring style shoot.
Over time our friendship turned into a dating relationship, in the midst of moving to Haiti for a one-year overseas assignment. After 6-months due to COVID, I returned to Washington D.C and our relationship transitioned into a union of two authentic souls, filled with passion and the purpose of influencing humanity in style.
The Mill of New Iberia is an old paper mill that they hope to convert into a wedding venue in the near future. Currently people are drawn to the space because of the endless photo opportunities and many “instagramable” back drops.
Caitlin and Deryk were supposed to marry the weekend after the world shut down for COVID. They waited it out another 6 months to be able to have the wedding of their dreams with all of their friends and family at the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens.
Abby was reporting on a 2A playoff baseball game in May of 2019. The team she was covering came back from a 9-1 deficit and scored 8 runs in the bottom of the 7th. She was filming and updating on Twitter and the game was retweeted by other reporters in Dallas and Waco. Derek saw one of the posts and followed Abby on Twitter. She followed him back! He immediately messaged her and their relationship started from there! (Side note: they have very differing, very humorous stories on how quick the “follow back” was). They became “official” on June 15, 2019.
Overlooking the blue-green water of Emerald Bay, Betsy and Josh say “I do”. Betsy wore a stunning gown with lace details, a dramatic train and an embellished hair accessory.
We opted for 2 different bridal looks for this style, both from Here Comes the Bride. The first was a beautiful fit-and-flare dress, and the second was a long-sleeved lace look. Both of them were just perfect for the location; we felt like we could have been in Ireland surrounded by so much green that usually isn’t found in the San Diego area.