WRP specializes in non-traditional weddings. We are here for the LGBTQ+ couple, the tattooed couple, the curvy bride, and for any couple who doesn't quite fit the cookie cutter mold.
Covid-19 changed weddings in 2020, and, heck, even in 2021. Lauren & Taylor had a big wedding planned where they would get married at St Patrick’s Cathedral in downtown Fort Worth, have their reception at the Fort Worth Stock Yards, and then end the night shutting down Billy Bob’s. But, covid happened. They decided to […]
THIS WEDDING. All day today my five year old daughter was singing “What Dreams Are Made Of” from the Lizzie McGuire Movie. You know the one. And literally, it was so fitting as I blogged this because this wedding was what dreams are made of. Alex and Tim celebrated their love and said their I […]
Ireland Wedding and Elopement Photographer Holy shit, I’m thankful. 2020 was a hard, wonderful, anxiety ridden, yet connecting year. I feel so unbelievably blessed for every single human who let me tell your story this year. Your support of this tiny ass business was felt hard and I just want to say thank you. Like […]
You know when you were a kid and you’d day dream about you and your best friend marrying guys that are also best friends so you guys could have like the GREATEST Christmases of all time. Well, Sarah actually made that dream her reality. Sarah married her sister’s (read best friend) husband’s best friend. They […]
High. School. Sweethearts. Julia and Auggie started dating December 7, 2009. They met as freshmen in high school in geometry class, but turns out they had a lot of chemistry (ha, ha, ha, ha.) They dated through high school, through two years of long distance college, and then both ended up graduating from A&M a […]
Oh my gosh, Sarah & Tyler’s wedding was so full of heart and their family and friends REALLY showed up to celebrate them. Sarah carried a locket with her grandmother’s photo in it wrapped around her bouquet. Tyler could barely keep it together as his bride walked down the aisle as happy tears ran down […]