Shades of Blue and Idyllic Views In This Sunlit Hill Country Wedding Editorial

A bride and groom look and the camera while hugging during a sunlit hill country wedding styled shoot at Cricket Hill Ranch in Dripping Springs, TX.
Photography: Anna Kay Photography | Venue: Cricket Hill Ranch

Hear the songs of crickets chirping and soak in the saturated hill country sunsets at Cricket Hill Ranch located in Dripping Springs, TX. With picturesque views and various amenities, the property offers a private estate feel with the perk of venue features, and this styled shoot reflects that with true elegance and charm. Get inspired by this sunlit hill country wedding editorial expertly captured by Anna Kay Photography.

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Sentimental Wedding Complete With A Furry Friend + Blooming Florals

The bride and groom stand in front of an antique french gazebo decorated with blush florals and greenery, with their pet miniature Goldendoodle, for their romantic al fresco wedding ceremony in Dripping Springs, Texas at wedding venue, Ma Maison.
Photo: Anna Kay Photography | Cake: Sweet Treets Bakery | Venue: Ma Maison

It only took one date for Raleisha to know Matthew was “the one”. In a loud atmosphere, she could barely hear him and went back and forth in her head on whether she should leave or tell him the truth.

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Dreamy Destination Wedding at Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort & Spa

Bride, in beaded white wedding gown holding blooming florals, holds blooming white floral bouquet while holding the smiling groom on the outdoor porch at Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa.
Photo: Tim Waters Photography | Venue: Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa | Cake: Sweet Treets Bakery | Wedding Invitations: Bering’s | Wedding Bands: Zadok Jewelers

Bryan Roth moved from Chicago to Houston for his ophthalmology residency at Baylor in 2015. A couple of months later, he swiped right on Houston native Leslie Goldberg’s profile on the Jewish dating app JSwipe, and their love story began. The couple’s life of togetherness, traveling, caring for their puppy and hiking, started from their first date over sushi and drinks. After four years together and a move to Ohio, Leslie was happily awaiting Bryan’s marriage proposal while Bryan made big plans to make it happen. The pandemic, however, threw a wrench in his plans forcing him to adapt.

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Charming Hill Country Wedding at The Mansion at ColoVista

Couple posing at the altar in the Texas hill country
Photo: Two Sapphires | Venue: The Mansion at ColoVista

Despite growing up over 7,000 miles apart, it was destiny that brought Andrea and Vincent together. Andrea grew up on a farm in Kansas, eventually leaving the countryside to pursue a career in the hotel sales industry in New York City. Similar reasons brought Vincent to The Big Apple. While he grew up in Belgium, a career in the hotel industry also brought him to New York.

When Vincent first moved to the city, one of his coworkers suggested he meet up with Andrea who used to work there too and could offer some great insights. Vincent agreed, and the coworker called Andrea to set everything up (what a great matchmaker, right?). Initially, Andrea had just returned from the Kentucky Derby and wasn’t much interested in grabbing drinks the very next Monday. But, she finally caved and agreed to meet this mystery man.

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Dreamy Hill Country Wedding Shoot at Camp Lucy

Bride and groom kissing inside Camp Lucys Ian Chapel surrounded by greenery, a pastel colored hanging floral installation and glowing candles
Photo: Anna Kay Photography | Venue: Camp Lucy | Event Planning + Design: Scarlet Rose Events | MUAH: Level 12 Salon

Escape the hustle and bustle of Houston and join us in the beautiful Texas Hill Country for this romantic style shoot at Camp Lucy! The stylist for this shoot, wedding planner Scarlet Rose Events, honored Camp Lucy’s rich history with a delicate color palette of subtle blues, pinks, and creams to complement the gorgeous stonework at Ian’s Chapel (a restored Catholic church imported from Vietnam) and the natural, lush greens of the hill country. Anna Kay Photography brought our shoot to life with its signature style of capturing architecture and creating a soft, inviting atmosphere. 

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