Robyn and Roman's Wedding in Redbud Hall at Texas Old Town in Kyle, TX

November 25, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

It doesn't matter how many times we go to Redbud Hall at Texas Old Town, we never get tired of taking pictures there!  The hall is small and cozy.  The ceremony site is nestled into a bunch of trees.  It's always peaceful and quiet.  And, Redbud couples are always some of the most laid-back, easy going people we work with.  Robyn and Roman were no exception to that.  Working with them was so easy and fun!  Elena and I both enjoyed our day so much.

 

Robyn and Roman decided on a small wedding with no bridesmaids or groomsmen.  Because there weren't as many people involved, we had more time to take pictures of Robyn and Roman.  We had lots of time before the ceremony to get pictures of the bride and groom by themselves as well as pictures of them with their families.  Taking all of these pictures before the ceremony saved us lots of time after.  Robyn and Roman's ceremony was officiated by Robyn's father.  We always love weddings where a family members gets to be the one to marry the couple.  After the ceremony, we took Robyn and Roman's pictures first.  We didn't have a lot of daylight left (especially with it being cloudy) so we wanted to make sure we got some natural light pictures.  They are such a nice, fun, cute couple!  We really had  great time taking pictures of them.  Once we finished up with those pictures, we turned on the studio light and took just a few family pictures before heading inside for the reception.  

 

Robyn and Roman's reception was awesome!  The food was super tasty.  The dance floor was busy.  There was a fire going in the fire pit outside.  And, there were s'mores.  Does it get any better!  It was the perfect way for Robyn and Roman to celebrate the wedding with their friends and family.

 

We are so thankful that we got to be part of this awesome day!  Robyn and Roman, thank you so much for sharing your special day with us!  We wish you nothing but the best in the future!

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