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Austin Wedding Photographer – Michael & Rebecca The Winfield Inn Wedding


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Another awesome Austin wedding! Late last month, Knotting Hill Photography got to be there for the marriage of Rebecca Schawe Prinzo and Michael Prinzo II. Here’s how the bride described the event:


June 30, 2012 was the most perfect day of our lives! We got married at The Winfield Inn and the weather ended up being perfect for our outdoor wedding. We had all our friends and family there to support us and celebrate with us. We got married in the gazebo and had our reception in the most beautiful pavilion we have ever seen. We said “I Do” and danced the night away. We had an amazing grilled chicken dinner with green beans and mashed potatoes. For dessert, we cut our unique 4 tiered Rice Krispie Treat cake and the groom’s softball chocolate cake. We ended the night dancing to Celebrate. We left in a 1949 Ford Truck that belonged to the bride’s grandfather, keeping his memory alive.


As an Austin wedding photographer, what’s cool about this wedding in particular was how easy it was to capture the bride and groom having fun. Instead of having a stuffy event, this event was laid back, relaxed and easy peasy to shoot because everyone was already having fun. Anne was just there to capture those moments.


While brides and grooms frequently get caught up in the details of the event—the flowers, table decorations, transportation arrangements, bridesmaids dresses and everything else that goes into putting on the perfect event—none of those things are required for beautiful photos. From behind the lens, the best thing a bride and groom can do to make sure their photos will last a lifetime is to pick a pretty venue, chill out and genuinely enjoy themselves. After all, your guests probably won’t remember what kind of favors they received at the end of the night, but they will remember the night they spent laughing until their faces hurt. Cheers!

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