Adam & Caroline – Houston, Texas

Adam & Caroline planned a huge party for their wedding at Shadow Hawk Golf Club.  The most important thing for them was to celebrate with friends and family, get married, and then celebrate some more. The energy throughout the evening was high, beginning with a mariachi band welcome to cocktails, dinner and dancing at twilight with music by latin rock band, Mango Punch.  Just after dark, flamenco dancers and mariachi musicians led guests to an intimate, outdoor ceremony location.  After an emotional ceremony under the stars, tequila shots welcomed guests back to the dance floor for more celebration.  Adam & Caroline’s day was one of the most unique and vibrant weddings we’ve had a chance to capture and we have no doubt, their friends and family will reminisce for years and years to come. We’ve included some of our favorite images below and can’t forget to mention what an unbelievable job Abraham at Plants n’ Petals did with the venue decor. Truly one of the most stunning setups we’ve ever seen!

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Both Caroline and her mother got emotional when they saw the tent for the first time…
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After the Ketubah signing, we asked the rabbis if they’d allow us to discreetly shoot the ceremony, which we had been told was off limits. Thankfully they said yes! Adam’s face as Caroline walked down the aisle captured by Amir…
LOVED their Hora dance… arms and legs everywhere!
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Below image of a very unexpected bouquet catch by Amir…
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6 comments

scott villalobos - June 27, 2011 - 7:02 pm

You never cease to amaze Morgan.

Sol Tamargo - June 26, 2011 - 7:55 am

Awesome shoots! Those dancing and reception are amazing !! 🙂

Jeremy - June 24, 2011 - 12:34 am

Really stunning guys!

Erin C - June 23, 2011 - 11:04 pm

Love that bouquet catch! And all the hora photos. GREAT catches, all around.

davina - June 23, 2011 - 2:40 pm

love the opening shot! awesome job, you two!

Craig Davis - June 23, 2011 - 11:03 am

Hey there. I dont think we have ever met. If we have I am terribly sorry. I have to say that I am blown away with your work. I think you are at least one of, if not the best wedding shooter in town! Your work is phenomenal and always tells a remarkable story. It is quite humbling to have such talent in our market. Just wanted to take to seconds to tell you how amazing your work is. Keep it up.

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