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Ellie and Khong’s Catholic Wedding

We arrived at the Gaylord Texan in Grapevine, Texas for Ellie and Khong’s wedding and grabbed a local newspaper, The Star Telegram (for photographing the wedding rings of course). Ellie’s Priscilla of Boston dress was stunning hanging and we couldn’t resist having a few minutes of alone time with this beautiful wedding gown. After all … it is one of the last ones we will ever see. They closed their doors for making wedding dresses. Ellie and her bridesmaids were getting ready in an adjoining room to the Khong and his groomsmen, so it made for a quick trip to visit the guys and the girls. The guys were dressed in their tuxedos and ready to go well before the gals and we found them watching sports and having a lot of fun. Once Ellie slipped into her stunning wedding dress, we went downstairs at the Gaylord to use the space (beautiful diffused natural light in this place!) for their first look. On-lookers and family members watched as Khong saw his gorgeous bride for the first time. They laughed, she twirled, they smiled. It was perfect. The bridal party piled into the limo and we set our navigation systems for St. Ann’s Catholic Parish in Coppell, Texas.  They skies were blue and filled with big puffy white clouds. You couldn’t ask for better weather on your wedding day! After the ceremony, we made our way to Ashton Gardens in Corinth, Texas. We were pretty spread out all over the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex for their wedding. Once we arrived to the reception, we were blown away. We just knew it was going to be cute, judging by their Fort Worth engagement session, but our expectation were surpassed. The room had pink washes on the walls with up-lights and each table was filled with milk glass and beautiful glass pillars for the candles. They had a photobooth in the lobby for their guests and it was a huge hit with all the fun props. I saw a few creep back into the reception (mustaches and gold bling necklaces). Once the party started, these guys would dance the night away. It was a beautiful wedding and we were happy to be there with you all to celebrate. We wish you both a lifetime full of love and laughter and may each day be better than the last.

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