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Brian + Mackenzie • Wedding • CapRock Winery, Lubbock, Texas

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There are some couples that you just never have to say anything to. They seem to have so much chemistry that you just hold your camera up to your eye, watch, and shoot. This sweet couple definitely qualifies in that category! Brian and Mackenzie's love for each other is visible, and so refreshing- watching them makes you want to be in love. I had such a great time with them and their families the day of their wedding. Their ceremony and reception was held at CapRock Winery, which is a beautiful venue. What I loved most was the intimate ceremony in front of the fireplace. It was perfect and cozy. I hope you enjoy these images!

Wedding Gown: Maggie Sottero from Brickhouse Bridal, The Woodlands

Floral & Catering: Carol Gary, Dayspring Design

DJ: Bo Garza

Makeup: Kelsey James, A Dab of Rouge

Event Designer/Coordinator: Vicki Blair & Rhonda Menefee

Wedding Stationery: Miss Social Butterfly, SpringOlive

Brian gave Mackenzie a photo album that held "future memories"- in place of where each photo goes, he wrote out special memories that he was looking forward making in their marriage.

One of Brian's best friends is a pilot in the Navy and is currently deployed overseas. To show our support all of the men wore gold ribbon Lapel Pins.

I would have to say that the most memorable moment was seeing Mackenzie in her dress for the first time during the First Look and then again as she came down the aisle. I think we really had a great time doing the shots for the First Look, but watching her come down the aisle was truly special.
— Brian

What was your most memorable moment?

I have to pick just one memorable moment?! My father praying for Brian and I was so special, as well as our father daughter dance together. Something that really just stands out in my mind was my younger sister, Alex, singing one of my favorite songs about love to Brian and I during the speeches, while her best friend Abby played the guitar. She worked very hard on it, you could tell, and it was just so moving and wonderful. I cried the whole time!
— Mackenzie