Neddie Ann & Camden's Downtown Wedding

Austin Wedding Photography | Photos by Martina Villarreal

It’s my first blog post for the summer! I took some time off in May to prepare for the Bridal Extravaganza show in June. I'm happy to say, the show was a big success! Now, I'm back to sharing more love stories and beautiful austin wedding photography. I'm so excited to share these sneak peeks from Neddie Ann & Camden's wedding on June 17th. 

Neddie Ann and Camden’s story began about three years ago, when they met in college. They both attended Texas A&M University in College Station. When they first met, they quickly became friends. Camden knew almost right away that Neddie Ann was special. They have been together ever since! Both graduated college and are now living in Austin. 

They were married at the University Christian Church, located in the heart of downtown Austin. It’s a beautiful location, across from the picturesque Littlefield Fountain in front of the UT Tower. They celebrated the rest of the evening with their friends and family at Freedman’s, enjoying a BBQ dinner where they shared stories and congratulatory toasts. They also had a delicious cake (of course) and they danced the night away.

A Wedding Story: Scott & Chris

Mt. Bonnell Wedding Photography in Austin

Scott and Chris meet about 6 years ago in Taiwan. Scott was living there and attending school. Shortly there after, Scott started a substitute teaching job. While at the school teaching English, he meet a beautiful girl named Chris. He knew there was something special about her. From there, they started emailing each other and a relationship soon blossomed. 

These two planned a spontaneous wedding on Friday, Dec 2nd. They kept things short, sweet and simple. They traveled to Austin looking for a beautiful spot to get married at, and they found Mt. Bonnell, overlooking the river. The bride, Chris wore a beautiful red wedding dress. Red is the color for good luck and celebration in Chinese & Japanese cultures. The ceremony was just the two of them, shared by the officiant and your’s truly. It was a real honor to be part of their special day! Here are some of my favorites.