Houston Wedding Photographers | Beth and Dan

Beth and Dan’s Stunning Wedding Day

Houston Wedding Photographers | Dustin Meyer Photography

Reception: The Grove Restaurant

Ceremony: All Saints Catholic Church

Floral Design: Bergner and Johnson

Event Planners: Keely Thorne Events

 

 

Now and again, nature has it’s own plans. On the day of Beth and Dan’s wedding. The weather decided to give us a surprise. It started as just a little sprinkle, but before long it was pouring. Not only that, but the streets of downtown Houston became a torrential flood zone.

Most of the time, we’re not worried about photographing a wedding. But today, the weather kept us on our toes. By nightfall, the streets had become rivers, making it difficult to get from the church to the reception at The Grove restaurant.

However, throughout the entire day, Beth and Dan forgotĀ about anything else but each other. It is a beautiful reminder that no matter what life may bring, no matter how difficult the challenges, the most important thing is to remember what’s most important. Each other.

To Beth and Dan, thank you ever so much for reminding me what is most dear in life. Congratulations to you both…

 

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