Natalie & Ciso Gutierrez | Venue at McKinney Town Center in McKinney, Texas

Like so many other things in life, falling in love and finding your soul mate isn’t something planned, it’s just something that happens unexpectedly. (Unless you REALLY like to plan) Just like many of us, Natalie and Ciso found each other in the big crazy world and plan on living through the journey that is life together. The two were wed at the McKinney Town Center on November, 17th 2018.

Natalie works in Pediatrics as a medical assistant and her husband is a Fire Alarm/Telecom Technician. Ciso decided to pop the question on Natalie’s Birthday. At the Reunion Tower in Downtown Dallas, friends gathered to celebrate. During the conclusion of the meal as they finished their dessert Ciso asked Natalie to marry him. She obviously said yes.

The wedding was magical, Natalie looked absolutely breathtaking as she walked down the aisle. Ciso looked sharp, standing underneath the bright crystal chandelier, eyes aglow. The ceremony was emotional as we looked back on pictures seeing the progression of their love. Talk about romantic! The reception was lively as ever. Guests and the newlyweds glided across the floor. Dance fever was contagious. Ciso and Natalie danced as if they were the only ones in the world. Because in that one intimate moment, they were.

Skys the Limit Production would like to thank you for choosing us for your photography! We wish you two nothing, but happiness!

Vendors

Venue/Catering –  Venue at McKinney Town Center
Dress – David’s Bridal
Officiant –  Rachel Hampton
DJ –  Enrique Guerra
Baker –  Bimini Sweets Bakery

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Wedding Blogger

Megan & Evan Allen| The Spring Events Venue in Aubrey

Megan and Evan met in the spring of 2013. Something is to be said about springtime. Birds singing songs of love, the busy bugs buzzing in unison like a dull roar. The sunny weather shining down on Earth and all the creations inhabiting it, heady scent flowers and crisp scent of grass filling the senses. No doubt the combination of this and steady eye for one girl, in particular, made for a novel like romance. Megan was working in Victoria’s Secret when Evan happened to come across her. You hear stories all the time about true love and how one will know, well, this surely was the case.

December 2016, during their annual date, to celebrate their half anniversary at the Gaylord Texan, Evan proposed. The twinkling of the Christmas lights in the background and the beauty of everything around them preserved them at that moment, something to kindle the heart no matter how old.

October 19, 2018, Megan and Evan were wed at the Spring Events Venue in Aubrey, Texas. Megan was a beauty to behold, her golden hair was pinned and braided in a vintage up-do, her train, flowing behind her like the autumn breeze as intricate lace embroidery catches the eye. Evan’s hair was smoothed to the side, the clean cut-ness of his suit made him look sharp and in every way a gentleman. The ceremony between these two lovers was as magical as the first time I did a wedding. Skys the Limit Production would like to thank you both for choosing us to capture your day through both video and photography! We are so honored and blessed to have been able to have been a part of your special day!

Vendors

Venue/Catering – THE SPRINGS Event Venues
Dress – Lewisville Bridal Boutique
MUA & Hair – Shelby Theisner Makeup
DJ – Full Circle Melody
Florist – BowKay Designs
Rental – 5 Star Rental
Baker – Nothing Bundt Cakes

Miss to Mrs. Mini Engagement & Bridal Session

Any couples needing photography help?

Skys the Limit Production is having a photo mini session for those tying the knot. The event is held February 15th and 16th at the Hawthorn Hills Ranch in Krum, Texas starting at 9:00 a.m. You have two different session to choose from; Bridal or Engagements. Each session is around 30 minutes and comes with an online gallery of your edited photos.

We have a great team that is ready to provide their talents in creating an outstanding, high quality, fun mini session. Daydream Events by Jess will be there to organize, direct and help with any needs. Bimini Sweets Bakery is providing sweet treats that are both delicious and beautiful to enjoy. Of course, we have Stem and Style bringing flowers and greenery.

At the end of the session, you’ll receive a swag bag with nice little gifts from some of the best vendors around. If you would like to have your photos taken, please book through here.

We hope to see you there!

For any questions or concerns please email us at skysthelimit.videophotography@gmail.com.

 

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Christmas Mini 2018

Another successful year at the Bozeman’s Christmas Tree Farm! The air was cool and crisp. The Lumberton skies overcast like a smooth grey sheet stretching over the earth; making the vibrant green of the trees stand out. There’s nothing like a photo shoot on a Winter’s day to get you into the Christmas spirit. It’s the perfect gift for family and friends. Everyone enjoyed the sweet treats from Kittie’s Kookies. Personalized ornaments are on the way from Down Our Crafting Hole! Skys the Limit Production would like to thank you all for letting us be a part of your holidays.

From our family to yours – Merry Christmas!

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This year’s Christmas mini:

 

Special thanks to our blogger for taking care of Skys the Limit Production’s blog page this year, Katie M.M.

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Savannah & Justin | Bernhardt Winery in Plantersville, Texas

During a warm, sunny day on July 14th of 2018, Savannah and Justin were wed at the lovely Bernhardt Winery in Plantersville, Texas. Skys the Limit Production provided photos for the couple throughout the day.

The couple met through the Groom’s mother, who happened to work alongside Savannah at Sam Houston State University. Seeing a potential match for her son, she asked Savannah to dog-sit while she was out of town for the holidays, thus giving ample opportunity for Justin and Savannah to meet. After famously hitting it off, Savannah and Justin’s relationship grew.

The following year, Justin’s sister, Lauren, gifted them with plane tickets for Christmas. The tickets were for them to come visit her and her family who was currently residing in Paris, France. In July the next year, the couple traveled to France, reaching Bastille Bay. That evening at Mel’s (Lauren’s friend) apartment they enjoyed dinner and awaited the fireworks. The apartment looked out into the city, the Eiffel Tower in plain sight, and the ancient City of Love itself made for a very romantic setting. After Mel’s careful urging, the couple were led upstairs to the secondary terrace on the rooftop to better see the fireworks. Just as quickly as she ushered them, Mel was gone saying she had forgotten something in the oven. The two were alone, the Eiffel Tower lit up purple and gold, the setting sun creating a perfect backdrop. The couple talked for a few moments until Savannah sensed a change. Before she knew it, in this beautiful city, on a rooftop terrace in the evening, with he Eiffel Tower looming over them, Justin proposed. Having said yes, the couple came down and announced their future plans over champagne and fireworks.

On the day of their wedding, Savannah and her bridesmaids bustled around getting ready whilst plucking fruits from the spread on the table. The air was warm and everything seemed to be abuzz, including the birds. The venue, being a winery, had it’s own beautiful, rustic feel. Vines lovingly encased around the building, cutting into the staircase leading to the Bride’s Party. While the Groom’s party was down taking pictures, the girls enjoyed the cool air and finished up the final touches on the Bride.

The ceremony was held outside, the crowd patiently waited, the warm breeze giving comfort from the heat. Justin stood at the alter, wearing a soft grey suit with a warm honey colored tie, his hair combed perfectly. His eyes were bright with anticipation as he saw the time for Savannah to walk down the aisle was near. Out from the swanky glass doors the Bride emerges. Huge wedding bells to her left rang out announcing her presence. The dress she wore swayed gently behind her as she walked, her hair curled and pinned in a some up, some down, style, truly embodying a princess. Her smile was more brilliant than the sun. They recited their vows proudly for their loved ones.

After, the ceremony commenced. Everyone was buzzing with laughter. The crowd quickly got into the mood to dance and from there it was off. The crowd danced merrily, singing along to songs being played around them. It was in every essence fun and lively. As the crowd gathered to see the couple off, sparklers were being lit. Justin and Savannah arrived in the doorway ready to go off into the night as Mr. & Mrs. The crowd created a sparkling path for the two, shouting loving words and wishes for the newlyweds.