This beautiful day began in Spring Branch, Texas at the Lost Mission wedding venue. 

From the stunning baby's breath floral arrangements to the rustic Spanish architecture and golden sunset light, this day was truly a dream! 

While many people were at home beginning their New Years resolutions, Karah and Jase had other plans - #GETMARRIED. 

It still gives me chills to think about how perfect everything was. 

Some of my favorite highlights of their day:

• Perfect 70 degree Texas warmth and sunlight 

• Karah and Jase’s dog Banks running around with a toy in his mouth greeting everyone

• Embroidered handkerchiefs (DEFINITELY A TREND FOR 2023)

• Pre-ceremony prayers on both sides of the bridal party 

• Worship music playing softly in the background as everyone prepared

• Jase’s mom gifting him a handkerchief that had been in the family for 100 years during the first look

• Velvet ties. SIMPLY CLASSY AF 

• The first touch between the bride and the groom followed by their private vows which resulted in endless tears 

• "The Blessing" by Elevation Worship building up as the church doors opening exactly at 4:44pm for Karah to walk down the aisle (cue the tears)

• The gorgeous reception space filled with white baby's breath floral arrangements and mini crumbl cookies dessert table 

• DJ turning up the dance floor UP. (Karah may or may not have been thrown in the air... twice) 

This was one of the most chill yet most elegant weddings that I’ve photographed. 

Karah and Jase are such sweet people who are surrounded by so much love from friends and family. 

Personally I’m IN LOVE with the minimal design of Spanish architecture complete with the roughly textured stucco walls and series of arches.

In fact, that simplistic yet elevated theme was reflected throughout the whole wedding 

from Karah’s dress to the velvet ties the guys wore, down to the detail of the table settings.

Shooting this wedding on New Year’s Day was a special treat. 

Just as the new year represents a new beginning for so many of us,

this was the ultimate metaphor for Karah and Jase to begin their brand new life together as husband and wife.