Photographer: Events, Weddings, Portraits – Austin, Texas

Military Wedding Photography

In the years that I’ve been photographing weddings it has been my privilege and honor to be the photographer at a number of military weddings. And they are a lot of fun to photograph because they are a part of what Austin Americana is: The American Spirit of Tradition.

Military weddings typically have lots of pomp and color, which adds a certain sort of mystique to the images captured on the big day. Military traditions such as the saber ceremony, cutting the cake with a military sword and more are exciting and fun. But hidden deeper amongst the fancy uniforms and display of tradition are strong beliefs like unity and commitment, which are frequently in short supply these days. Getting to know my brides and grooms has allowed me to be able to see the dedication that a soldier has, even on a day when he or she isn’t really required to be a soldier.

I suppose making these observations about U.S. military personnel didn’t occur to me until later in life, when I married my wife. I guess you could say that I chose to look at things from only one vantage point until I fell in love with a soldier. My wife completely changed my outlook of what it was like to be in the military and the experience that military families have when their loved ones are working. In fact, my wife is the one who inspired me to offer a military discount for active military service men and women who get married and need a photographer.

At any rate, I just wanted to share some fun and beautiful military wedding photographs that I’ve collected over the years. A number of these weddings occurred at places such as: Villa Antonia, Zilker Botanical Garden, Star Hill Ranch, Rural Central Texas and more. Enjoy!

Central Texas Military Wedding

Couple Posing at Zilker Botanical Garden

Military Groom Chats w/ Groomsmen at Star Hill Ranch

Military Wedding at Green Pastures in Austin, TX

Military Wedding at Villa Antonia

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One response

  1. First of all, I strongly suggest doing a ‘First Look’ before your wedding.
    Make sure your photographer understands exactly want you want,
    with reference to examples, either from his portfolio or from magazines.
    Weddings may be held indoors, outdoors, daytime, nighttime, in large churches or small
    churches, halls, small rooms, or some combination of those conditions.

    June 28, 2013 at 11:47 am

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