Caroline + Robin . San Antonio, TX . Wedding

Since Caroline and Robin’s engagement session in Chicago, they hold a soft spot in my heart. We bonded over the love of the city and had a great day on Lake Michigan last summer. Now their wedding has come and gone and I am so excited to share their sneak peek! This is one wedding that did not disappoint. Not only are Caroline and Robin easy on the eyes, they have such a kindness about them. When you are around them, you just want to be their friend. I love people like this:)The details of the day were stunning and it was a day full of surprises… starting with a customized monogrammed Rolls Royce that picked them up at the church. However, the biggest surprise of the night had to be when Mr. and Mrs. stepped on the dance floor to start their first dance… expecting to hear the CD player start their song by Brandon Rhyder, they were instead greeted by Brandon himself, guitar in hand, on stage. Check out their surprised faces below. Such a great moment! Thanks for including me in your big day!

Ceremony: First Presbyterian Church
Reception: The McNay Museum
Reception Music: Johnny P and the Wiseguys, The Motts, and Brandon Rhyder:)
Cakes: Cakes by Cathy
Florist: Janal
Décor: Shawn Behrens, Linda Behrens, Jeff Harper
More vendor info coming soon…

Big thanks to Bonnie Berry for helping me capture Caroline and Robin’s big day!

The Moms…

Car #1

SURPRISE!!!

Jumping the imaginary rope…

Car #2

Ginny Corbett - 05.31.2012 - 10:43 pm

Wow. Just wow.

I forgot to breathe as I was scrolling through this blog post. Amazing work!

Amy - 05.31.2012 - 10:57 pm

Thanks Ginny! You made my day :) How are you?!!! I think about you often and MISS you!!!

Kaylinn - 05.31.2012 - 11:49 pm

Gorgeous!! I especially love the shots of the entire bridal party… everyone looks so spiffy!!! 😀

[…] I shot this wedding with Amy DeYoung in San Antonio a few months back. The reception was at the beautiful McNay Art Museum. I had never been there and it was beautiful. They even had a Joan Mitchell painting which I wanted to stare at all night. See Amy’s great shots here. […]

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