Houston Intimate Wedding Photography
Houston wedding photographers, Michael and Lisa Carr, photographed Emily & Will’s wedding. This is a fun couple and we enjoyed capturing their wedding. The ceremony was at St. Paul’s Methodist Church, followed by an intimate reception at The Houstonian. Ann Whittington did an amazing job with the planning and details of their wedding. Façade Privé did an outstanding job with her makeup. Plants n Petals helped with florals and décor. The couple had a one of a kind monogram dance floor, which set the stage for their first dance. The guests enjoyed dancing the evening away before the couple’s departure. Congrats Emily & Will, here is a sneak peek of images from your wedding.
Ceremony: St. Paul’s Methodist Church
Reception: The Houstonian
Wedding Planner: Ann Whittington
Makeup: Façade Privé
Photography: Michael Carr Photography
Floral & Decor: Plants n Petals
Cake: Susie’s Cakes
Below are some portraits from Emily’s bridal session
Michael Carr, CPP, specializes in location and studio bridal portraits. With over 20 years of experience and over 400 bridal portraits personally photographed, Michael will combine his style and your grace into a master’s series portrait commemorating your special day. Formally trained in the art of portraiture, his style of posing is timeless, elegant and contemporary. The studio offers both studio and location bridal portrait sessions. After a portrait consultation, your special set is designed for studio portraits and you will be surrounded by beautiful soft sculpted light while enjoying your favorite music in surround sound in the studio.
If a location bridal portrait session is your vision, we recommend scouting the locale prior to your session in order to better prepare for your session. Many of our brides opt for their bridal portraits to be photographed at a private residence for its uniqueness and to help create a one of a kind portrait. During the scouting session, Michael will determine the areas you will be photographed in and discuss your vision for the final bridal portraits. Bridal portraits are typically photographed 4 weeks prior to wedding day.
Bridal portraits photographed by Michael Carr, CPP, are not wedding day candid style photographs. Extra time, location lighting gear and tripods are required to achieve his style of distinction for portraits. Many clients are often surprised by the amount of extra lighting equipment, diffusion and reflective material used to create a formal bridal portrait. Effective lighting techniques are crucial and proper posing is critical while photographing for a bridal portrait. A photographer can add weight to a person and also the final image by implementing improper lighting and posing techniques. Professional hair and makeup is of the utmost importance. Proper application and blending techniques can save you time and money on additional facial retouching expenses. Bridal portrait sessions serve as an excellent trial run for proper dress fitting, veil placement and flower color scheme for your bouquet. To view our portfolio in person or to schedule your session, call the studio at 713-461-2862.