I get asked a lot, "Do you do Catholic wedding photography?" Sure do! I have shot at different Catholic churches and one thing I have learned over the years is: every priest is different and each church is different. They have their own set of rules about photos, where you can stand, where I can stand, flowers, what you can wear, what your bridesmaids can wear, etc. I learn the rules of each church beforehand and shoot away (while following all the rules!)

The Cotton Gin No. 116 Wedding Venue is nestled outside of Houston in a cotton gin turned event space that I just love. Not only is the venue manager, Kim, one of the nicest people ever to help with your wedding, you're surrounded by history in this building in downtown Brookshire. There's just so many options you could do when holding your event there and so many places to take photos (perk for me!) They'll truly take care of you along with all of the vendors a part of this shoot!

Ready to propose? Keep reading to find out 3 tips to have the best proposal photography! With the important role of documenting our lives now and displaying for the world to see online or with family, proposal photography has been more and more common. I love it because you capture it all NOT on a cell phone, it allows you to capture the moment forever and if family attends then they can enjoy the moment without being stuck in their phones. Even better is at the end I have time to capture a few portraits to use for announcements.

Every year I end up at the annual WPPI (Wedding and Portrait Photographers International) conference in Las Vegas. Since moving back to Texas, I still make the pilgrimage in February to Las Vegas to see the expo and learn as much as I can during the 3 days. This year I will only be attending the expo since I am taking a trip into Utah with my bestie and shooting an engagement session in the Utah sand dunes... soooo exciting!