Ashley and George celebrated their wedding at the Art Center of Corpus Christi on October 24, 2015 surrounding the remnants of Hurricane Patricia, “only” the strongest hurricane to exist in recorded history in the Western Hemisphere. If it’s good luck to have rain on your wedding day, then these two have enough luck to last them thirty lifetimes! I wish the best to both of them. Thank you for making us at MD Photography part of your special day, and helping to “Remember a Moment Forever!”
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I photographed Jesus and Naty’s Wedding 3 years ago. And now it’s time for them to welcome a family member – Camila. We started the maternity session in their private residence and then we headed over to the South Texas Botanical Gardens. Camila was born on June 24, 2015, 6 days before their 3rd wedding anniversary. I’m so happy for them! I’m also thankful to foster a relationship with my clients and to be able to capture their family throughout the years.
So my “muse” Bri (click her name to view some of her photos), i.e. the woman “I LOVE SO MUCH,” has a younger brother named Brandon who is graduating from a local Corpus Christi, Texas high school named Carrol; their mascot is the Tiger. Her mother, who is “EXTREMELY beautiful,” contacted me to photograph his senior portraits in downtown Corpus Christi, Texas.
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Church Service – Most Precious Blood Catholic Church
Reception – Solomon Ortiz Center
Hotel – Omni Hotel of Corpus Christi
Efrain and Rubi celebrated their wedding on a cold and dreary day, but that didn’t stop their warm and glowing love from showing through. We braved the wind and cold front to capture a few moments for some additional portraits at the historic Galvan House in Heritage Park as well as the entry floor of the Omni Hotel of Corpus Christi, I just love their festive decorations this time of year. These Texas A&M graduates were even sent off with their guests twirling custom white towels, such as the tradition at their college football games. On that note, congratulations to the Aggies who knocked off Big 12’s West Virginia Mountaineers today in a squeaker of a game 45-37 – Gig ’em. Please enjoy the Living Pictures Slideshow as well as some of my favorite moments below the video. I wish the best to the them as they begin their new life together.