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Amberlee & Jonathan:
Engagement Portraits at Oddfellows & White Rock Lake
{Dallas Engagement Portrait Photographer}

Meet Amberlee & Jonathan. They’re getting married in February at the Piazza in the Village. They met at a Texas Ranger’s game during an event at their church. They became great friends and eventually began dating. Jonathan surprise Amberlee by proposing to her in her hometown in Colorado. He planned a special day and then proposed to her atop a mountain in Winter Park. They love hanging out at coffee shops, so we photographed their engagement session over some lattes at Oddfellows followed by some portraits at White Rock Lake. I hope you enjoy their engagement portraits!pintopinterestpintopinterestpintopinterestpintopinterestpintopinterestpintopinterestpintopinterestpintopinterestpintopinterestpintopinterestpintopinterestpintopinterestpintopinterestpintopinterestpintopinterestpintopinterestpintopinterestpintopinterest

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  • […] Amberlee & Jonathan were married at The Piazza in the Village in February. They had such a perfect February day for their wedding celebration. My business associate Lora came and shot their wedding with me and she is amazing! They chose to do a first look before the wedding and I am always so grateful when couples chose to do this. It allows them to have some really sweet and intimate time together on their wedding day before their celebration. I loved their sweet ceremony and all of the kind words said about these two as individuals and as a couple. They had a super-fun wedding reception with Dallas DJ Glenn Roush of Glenn Roush Productions. They also had stunning florals by Signature Productions and beautiful wedding cakes by Opulent Cakes. I hope you enjoy viewing all of the sweet moments and beautiful wedding portraits from Amberlee & Jonathan’s wedding. […]

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