Here is an Austin winter wedding at the Palm Door. The bride, Amy, found her dress during her college years, before she even knew who she was going to marry. It was a vintage dress that she just had to have. I love how it looked on her! The wedding was a lot of fun, and the dancing itself was spectacularly fun, not a surprise since Amy started the Austin chapter of Dance Dance Party Party! which by the way, is a women’s only dance party that happens every Sunday night, a safe place to just dance your heart out. The groom, Curtis, is one of the funniest people I know. He is an improvisor, actor, and all around awesome guy. Their wedding was good times!
Venue: Palm Door
Catering: Pink Avocado
Dress: Teenie’s Vintage (no longer exists)
Cake: The bride
Musicians: Stephen Robinson, Margaret, Libby and Anneke Wardlaw
Kat Braman - what a beautiful and fun wedding! you captured the energy and flavor of it perfectly.
Stephen Rotondo - Beautiful images Nadine – love the Dance Dance Party Party!
Jean - Wow, so pretty, and what a great crowd! Fun, fun!
Nathan Gilmer - Ha! What a cool wedding. Great job!
Leah Kua - What an amazing job you’ve done capturing the offbeat vibe of this gorgeous wedding. perfect!
Shyann - EEE!! I loove her dress! Great work Nadine! I really love the couple portrait with the bride looking right at the camera!
Nick - Love it, Nadine! Looks like a rocking party!
Matt and Katie - Love this! I so wanted to see more!
Paul Nguyen - Great photos! Love the use of colours!
Razvan - I love Amy’s style! she was such a beautiful bride.
Sarah Der - Ohmygosh Nadine. This is a very awesome wedding with so much character and a very cute couple. She is lovely. I think you were made to shoot this wedding, if I do say so myself!
Two Ring Studios - That bride is adorable. Looks like such a fun wedding too. I like that shoe shot – nice take on an often cliche detail shot 🙂
Mercedes - I love love love her dress! Gorgeous wedding, Nadine 🙂
Alex - What a striking image to open with!
Very nice work..
Elissa - How did I miss this post? Eep! I love that first photo.. so much soul.