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!

I've shot many weddings at Agave Estates, but Daniella and Gage's wedding was by far the most creative way I've seen the space turned into a boho style, burgundy fall wonderland. The bride's friend is a designer and created everything by hand from the macrame backdrop behind the bride and groom's sweetheart table to the paper flower wall behind the cake. The flowers were amazing earthy tones with flower crowns and boho vibes throughout. Though Agave Estates is more of a Spanish mission style venue, it really transformed the spot.