When my brides ask me where to get help with their wedding invitations, I tell them there is only one place they should go: Persnickety Invitation Studio.
Teddi and Darren’s wedding day at the Bell Tower on 34th in Houston, Texas was one of the most beautiful, most emotional weddings Emerald Stone ever had the pleasure of photographing. It was beyond anything we can even properly describe. From the decor, to the food, the guests, the amazing couple… everything was absolutely perfect.
It wasn’t long into my phone conversation with Teddi that I knew I had to document Teddi and Darren’s wedding day.
Our conversation was easy and genuine. Teddi expressed how important family and friends are to them, and they really wanted to host a fun, energetic event for their guests with cultural nods and intricacies that no one would forget.
Emerald Stone made our way back to the awesome City of Brotherly Love to photograph an even more awesome couple, Megan and Kevin! Let me tell you; these two make their hometown of Philadelphia look so good.
We’re so excited for their Wyndridge Farm wedding this September! Megan and Kevin are just the sweetest couple, and it was such an honor to photograph their engagement session. Enjoy just a few of our favorite shots from their shoot below!
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If you’re looking for a beautiful, timeless, and unique location to tie the knot, you should definitely look into having your ceremony take place on a real, antique steam engine! The New Freedom Train Station at Steam Into History has to be one of the most memorable weddings Emerald Stone Photography has ever shot, and it makes for an incredibly fun and unique experience for your guests!