Capturing the details of a wedding I believe is just as important as capturing all those special moments. No matter the size of the wedding, whether its a big lavished wedding or more low key, the details will always be just as important. The idea is show off everything about the wedding, and in this case I wanted to photograph the ring on the brides hands. This image was taken at The Orchard in Azle, Texas. I simply asked the bride to hold her veil with her hands and move her wrists upwards. That allowed her hands to look soft and delicate while showing her ring. The amount of natural light was also perfect because it wasn't too harsh, but just enough to illuminate everything and give the rings a little sparkle!
Also, there are some interesting historical facts that highlight the City of Azle. The first plank home was built of lumber hauled 280 miles from Houston, Texas in an ox-drawn wagon. Also, the Ash creek baptist church, which was organized in 1872, was the first church to be organized in Azle. It was said that one of the early ministers of the church preached with a six-shooter on each side of his bible while the men in the congregation rested their rifles across their knees in case of a surprise attacks from the Comanche Indians. How times have changed!
Location: 1421 Northwest Pkwy Azle, Texas 76020.