Marsha and Tony’s Tarrant County Courthouse wedding day was a special one! Marsha shared with me that she was an nontraditional bride and even reserved an adorable Air bNb with plenty of natural light to get ready together with Tony and a couple of their close friends. We then made our way to the Fort Worth Water Gardens and had a mini adventure. The water was so loud I ended up miming poses with Nick for them to copy while the water was rushing all around us! I have to thank them for trusting me and Marsha for rocking it in her heels. After all was said and done and we climbed out, Marsha said “No guts, no glory!” and I have to agree.
Their wedding ceremony was brief, intimate, and romantic and included personal vows and encouragement from all of their friends and family who attended. Marsha and Tony have been together for seven and half years, and I absolutely love and appreciate they did things their way! Their classy, yet easy going style (hellooooo short and sweet wedding dress!) and pops of lavender and ivory tied the whole day together. This was also my first wedding after attending the WPPI conference in Las Vegas, so I was feeling extra inspired and refreshed.
To Marsha, Tony, and their family and friends: thank you for inviting me in to document this very special time in your lives. I had an amazing time!
I’ve had the wonderful opportunity to photograph many weddings at the Tarrant County Courthouse. It’s one of my favorites in DFW. Are you eloping? Doesn’t matter where, we’ll travel to you wherever you are! I’ve still got dates available in 2018.
Florals – Artisan Florals
Cake – Loft22 Cakes
Venue – Tarrant County Courthouse and Joe T. Garcia’s
Planner – Tara Durr