Texas Aggies say I Do

Central Texas Wedding, Weddings

Texas Aggies say I do in early June of this year. Amanda and Matthew’s wedding day boasted bright colors, pink dresses, beautiful florals and whimsical details. These two were friends in college but it wasn’t until a few years after did they take things to the next level when Matthew asked Mandy on a date. They celebrated with their people in College Station, where they met and will continue to do life with one another. With lives marked by both discipleship and community, it’s no surprise these two were celebrated among an incredible group of friends. Camp Hosea was the perfect spot for them to tie the knot, local to where they will continue to do ministry. The venue boasts a beautiful indoor chapel, perfect for these hot texas summers and photographs beautifully. This venue has it all and is perfect for all the Aggie graduates looking for a place near Texas A&M.

How I Met the Emerys

When Amanda (Mandy) and I first met, it was because she was asking about opportunities to jump into wedding photography with me as a second or third photographer on a wedding day. We worked alongside one another a few times after that and also attended church together in Dallas. To be asked to get to document the wedding day for another photographer is such an honor and I don’t take that lightly.

A Special Thank You

Mandy (and Matthew) – Thank you for trusting me to capture your wedding day and be a part of these special moments. It means the world to me that you wanted to hire me as your own photographer after working alongside me and seeing the behind the scenes of a wedding with me. I am excited for the life and ministry God has for you in Aggieland and will miss you in Dallas!

A special thank you to all of the vendors who made their big day so amazing:

Wedding Venue: Camp Hosea

Wedding Planner: Madison Botkin

Catering: Chuys

DJ: LeForce

HAMU: Genna Schutza

Stationary: Minted

Coffee Cart: Bojo Coffee Company

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