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Sarah’s bridal portrait was a whirlwind!  She and her fiance had just moved to Victoria because of a job transfer, and she almost couldn’t find time before the wedding to get back to the Austin area for her bridal portraits.  But we were so glad she did!  Our first stop was Casa Blanca on Brushy Creek where she was going to be married.  At 2am in the morning of the shoot, Sarah had the stroke of genius to add this striking turquoise sash to her dress.  It was held to together with safety pins, but it added just the right touch to her gown.  Don’t you think so?  The ballroom at Casa Blanca made for exquisite bridal portraits.  Then we headed to Gabriel Springs for a few shots with their amazing doors.   Sarah was in love with the back of her dress and really wanted to show it off.  We ended the session at Sun City in Texas and took advantage of their beautiful water features.

Bridal portraits at Casa Blanca on Brushy Creek

Bridal portraits at Casa Blanca on Brushy Creek

Bridal portraits at Casa Blanca on Brushy Creek

Bridal portraits at Casa Blanca on Brushy Creek

Bridal portraits at Casa Blanca on Brushy Creek

Bridal portraits at Casa Blanca on Brushy Creek

Bridal portraits at Casa Blanca on Brushy Creek

Bridal session at Casa Blanca on Brushy Creek

Bridal portraits at Casa Blanca on Brushy Creek

Bridal portraits at Casa Blanca on Brushy Creek

Bridal portraits at Casa Blanca on Brushy Creek

Bridal portraits at Casa Blanca on Brushy Creek

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