Posts Tagged ‘Dallas Indie Photographer’

Lindsay and Mariano’s Magnolia Terrace Wedding

Posted by Melissa Claire Photography on October 14, 2017 in Weddings | No Comments

Lindsay and Mariano’s Magnolia Terrace Wedding took place on Friday the 13th. For most people, this date symbolizes bad luck, but to Lindsay and Mariano, it’s actually a date that is meaningful and special to them. Now, it’s officially their anniversary! Their wedding day was simple, vibrant, and had a touch of a whimsical charm. […]

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Lora and Allan’s Deep Ellum Engagement Session

Posted by Melissa Claire Photography on July 26, 2017 in Engagement | No Comments

Lora and Allan’s Deep Ellum engagement session took place on a foggy February morning earlier this year. They were absolute troopers meeting up with me so early on a Sunday morning! I am not a morning person but Deep Ellum is one of those places where it’s worth it to meet up early. For one […]

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Gabby and Collin’s Winspear Opera House Engagement Session

Posted by Melissa Claire Photography on March 1, 2017 in Engagement | No Comments

The Winspear Opera House is a very popular location for portraits and I am 100% not complaining about that! It’s a great location for many reasons: the architecture, the lighting, and the modern urban setting can make for some really great and unique portraits. Gabby and Collin were no exception. I had a wonderful time […]

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Amie and Joe’s Denton Backyard Wedding

Posted by Melissa Claire Photography on February 15, 2017 in Weddings | No Comments

I have really loved living close to Denton and also be a Denton Wedding Photographer. Amie and Joe’s laid back, no frills wedding day started out at Oak Street Drafthouse (one of our favorite places) for a beer and a few photos around the Denton square! We then made our way back to their close […]

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Kim and Cole’s Wedding at Magnolias in Kaufman

Posted by Melissa Claire Photography on January 12, 2017 in Weddings | 1 Comment

Magnolias in Kaufman, a former early 20th century bank turned wedding venue, was the perfect location for Kim and Cole’s whimsical, music festival themed wedding. Guests were seated by the couple’s favorite artists, such as Alabama Shakes and Beck (who may or may not be one of my favorite musicians of all time), and the […]

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Scott and Kassie’s Intimate At Home Engagement Session – Dallas Engagement Photographer

Posted by Melissa Claire Photography on October 12, 2016 in Engagement | 1 Comment

This was the first at home engagement session I’ve had the pleasure of photographing. Scott and Kassie moved into their new home and wanted to mark the occasion with photos. I love that this session was not only a way to take “pretty pictures” but was also a chance to document Scott and Kassie in […]

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Casey’s Bridal Session at the McKinney Cotton Mill

Posted by Melissa Claire Photography on June 27, 2016 in Bridal | No Comments

Casey’s bridal session at the McKinney Cotton Mill featured flower crowns, her maid of honor in a blush gown, and Casey’s magnificent 130 year old cello. Be still my music loving heart. Bach’s Cello Suite No. 1 was the perfect soundtrack to edit these photos to. Keep a look out for when this session is […]

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Kim and Cole’s Bohemian, Vinyl Loving, Smoke Bomb Engagement Session

Posted by Melissa Claire Photography on June 15, 2016 in Engagement | No Comments

Vinyl lovers, unite! Part 2 of Kim and Cole’s engagement session took place at the Oak Cliff Nature Preserve and was a combination of bohemian, rock ‘n’ roll, and colorful creativity. Um, hello SMOKE BOMBS! Please enjoy this wonderfully unique set of engagement photos. We would love for you to view Part 1 of Kim […]

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Kim and Cole’s Retro Engagement Session in the Bishop Arts District

Posted by Melissa Claire Photography on June 13, 2016 in Engagement | 1 Comment

Kim and Cole’s engagement session is separated into two parts, and for their first segment, they rocked a bit of a retro vibe! Kim and Cole met up with me this past Spring, and we enjoyed a lively time exploring the artsy and unique Bishop Arts District in Dallas. It was the perfect backdrop for […]

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