Morgan and Brandon were married at a private farm outside of Teague, Texas last month in a day where the skies magically cleared of all the forecasted storms early in the morning, and the sun set beautifully at night…even the weather knew it was their day.
These two sweethearts met on the very first day of their freshman year of high school nearly 8 years ago and they enjoyed each other’s company in a way that only high school sweethearts do. Like they know each other right down to their souls and have practically grown up together!
Brandon created a scavenger hunt proposal that made and appearance at their wedding…three bibles were laid out in Morgan’s home with different scripture highlighted. When she found the third, highlighted was, “Live joyfully with your wife whom you love all the days of your life…” along with the engagement ring. You’ll see those bibles laid out at their reception below!
Their beautiful day started with the girls getting ready nearby and friends and family setting up the barn.
Brandon gave Morgan a beautiful clip with photos of both of her grandmothers to carry down the aisle. Father/Daughter first looks always get me… The handsome guys.
Can you believe it was supposed to storm all day!? Scrunched nose laughs are the best laughs! #truth Private last dances are the best new trend in weddings right now. Such a magical moment!
Hair: Courtney Ivison – The Jagged Edge
Makeup: Samuel Palacios
Cake: Diane Willis
Photographer: April Mae Creative
April Mae Creative is owned by April Thomason, based in Austin, Texas and available for travel worldwide. April is a full-time wedding photographer who loves travel adventures and her rescue dog Wilson – and is always up for a cocktail and a pizza! She believes that every love story is worth shouting from the rooftops and puts her entire heart and soul into every wedding she photographs and couple she works with. Her greatest hope is to create timeless photos full of emotion that show the love surrounding a couple on their wedding day and leave them with a legacy to pass down through generations.