Amber lives in Houston and we are located in Austin, so I never had the chance to meet her in person prior to the wedding. We
had spoken a bunch on the phone, but I didn’t really have a sense of her personal style. We met her at her apartment prior to
the ceremony, and couldn’t have been happier. We could have easily stayed there for another 2 hours photographing her in her
space, but the ceremony called, and off to the Rothko chapel we went. There we met Taylor, equally as photographable, and the
ceremony took place. Taylor had asked Amber to marry him at the chapel, so the location was meaningful. We were not allowed
to photograph inside, but we did attend. It was a beautiful ceremony in a simple, peaceful setting. After the ceremony everybody
went on to Ouisie’s restaurant to celebrate. Amber and Taylor were so gracious and invited us to stay for dinner. The meal was
delicious and we really enjoyed getting to know some of their friends.
Saturday, the newlywed’s greeted an even larger circle of family and friends at the Cohen House on the Rice University campus.
Lucky us, Amber chose a second dress, and Taylor a white dinner jacket, and again looked absolutely amazing. The evening was
filled with hugs and kisses, conversation and drink, dinner and cake, and dancing to cajun music.
Congratulations Amber and Taylor! Thanks so much for including us.