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Category Archives: All Weddings

Dallas Wedding of Jyoti and Boaz

I first met Jyoti and Boaz over FaceTime for our initial consultation and I immediately felt there’s something extra special between them, and had hoped they’d choose me to capture their wedding story. And they did. For their engagement pictures location, they chose the city where they live and where their love has flourished – […]

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Dallas Wedding of Joni and Eric

  The wedding of Joni and Eric was unique in every way. Joni was the star of the celebration, looking gracefully dazzling from head to toe. Everything about the beautiful bride was stylish and classy, form her mermaid silhouette Lusan Mandongus gown to her Manolo Blahnik shoes, her Diane Valentine cuff bouquet and alluring smile, […]

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Dallas Wedding of Kat and Michael

  “If the sun refused to shine, I would still be loving you. When mountains crumble to the sea, there will still be you and me… And so today, my world it smiles, your hand in mine, we walk the miles…” At their ceremony, Kat and Mike didn’t announce their vows to the world, they […]

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Dallas Wedding of Lulu and Daniel

  The Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek, Dallas was the setting for the fairy-tale like wedding of Lulu and Daniel on Oct 17. The Sacramento couple chose the gorgeous bride’s home town for their wedding ceremony to celebrate their union with a close-knit group of family and friends. The wedding was a spectacular event with Middle Eastern […]

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Dallas Indian Wedding of Sanam and Vrishank

A very sweet couple so madly in love, Sanam and Vrishank were married 10 days ago. Their romantic  union started  with a Paris proposal. Hats-off to the groom for choosing the perfect spot for claiming his beautiful bride. We tried to set up their engagement shoot in Paris as a homage to their memorable proposal, […]

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Dallas Indian Wedding of Heena and Jinit

Two weeks ago, I was fortunate to be part of the spectacular wedding of Heena and Jinit. I was lucky to be there for what shaped up to be a 4-day Indian wedding extravaganza – and I loved it. While the celebrations were typical of any color-rich, ritual-filled Hindu wedding, the lavishness of the settings, […]

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