The Pearl at Sabine Creek built their wedding venue with bridal sessions in mind. Even during this uncertain time of COVID-19, Kacie was married on July 11th, 2020 to the love of her life in front of her family and friends. They decided as a couple the best and safest route to go for their festivities was to split the days. This means, I’ll be seeing this amazing couple again in September for their reception! One thing we knew – LOVE IS NOT CANCELED and these two proved that on this day. I’m honored that these two chose me to stick it out with them and I was happy to be as flexible as possible for them.
Kacie opted for a classic stain bridal gown that had intricate rhinestone details in the waist. The buttons flowed from the middle of her back all the way down to the bottom of her dress. One of my favorite touches to her ensemble were her vintage heirloom earrings that belonged to a relative. They were minimal yet elegant against her dress.
To say that I am obsessed with the front of the mansion is an understatement. The bridal suite has a panoramic mirror that is perfect for reflective shots that capture 360 degree angles of your wedding dress. I’ve told the owner, Connie, time and time again that it’s one of my favorites in the area. The gigantic white columns in the front make a fantastic light reflector and helps me prevent shadows around faces in pictures. To make this venue even more amazing, they’re building a GORGEOUS white chapel on the grounds! I am so excited to see this venue grow.
The last time I was here, it was for Dalyla & Jesus’s wedding back in 2019! Today, I’m pleased to share a few of my favorite images from Kacie’s bridal session at The Pearl at Sabine Creek!