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Lauren + Mason | Wedding Highlights| Dallas, Texas

By Katherine Anne

Lauren + Mason | Wedding Highlights| Dallas, Texas

Lauren and Mason kicked off their wedding weekend with an amazing rehearsal dinner at Arlington Hall at Lee Park. So many friends and family gave heartfelt toasts that became the basis for their wedding highlights. The next day, Lauren got ready at her home with her bridesmaids and put on her dress at the church. […]

Olivia + Tim | Mellwood Arts Center | Louisville Wedding Videography

By Katherine Anne

Olivia + Tim | Mellwood Arts Center | Louisville Wedding Videography

Wedding Film Highlights are here for Olivia & Tim’s beautiful winter wedding! They started the day at 21c Museum Hotel and were married at Mellwood Arts Center in Louisville. I loved the winter whites and mercury glass used in the decor! And don’t miss the CUTEST dog of all time, their corgi Dennis, featured at the very beginning :) Congrats […]

Featured on Style Me Pretty

By Katherine Anne

Featured on Style Me Pretty

Um, wow. I was so honored to be featured on Style Me Pretty Texas today!! I loved going to Style Me Pretty for inspiration for my wedding and it is actually the place that inspired me to start my own wedding film company. I was blown away by the wedding films on there that incorporated […]

LeeAnna + Travis

By Katherine Anne

LeeAnna + Travis

I am so excited to post this wedding today! I am honored to have LeeAnna and Travis’ wedding featured on Style Me Pretty Texas! You can see the feature here. This wedding was so joyful and beautiful! LeeAnna is from Stephenville, Texas and decided to celebrate her wedding at a ranch about 10 miles away […]

Laura + Tyler

By Katherine Anne

Laura + Tyler

This wedding has a special place in my heart because it took place close to where I grew up! Laura and Tyler were married in Fairhope, Alabama and celebrated their reception at The Grand Hotel in Point Clear. The Grand Hotel is a historic landmark, dating back to the 1840s. Overlooking Mobile Bay, it was […]