July 9, 2020 /
St Anthony de Padua Catholic Wedding| Prentice + Greg
Prentice and Greg married at St Anthony de Padua Catholic Church a couple of weeks ago. A few close friends and family were present with a beautiful private home celebration in San Antonio, Texas. Prentice and Greg met at a law firm, and both share a sarcastic sense of humor and a love of history. The couple dated, and after getting a lick of approval from their pack of dogs, Prentice and Greg knew they had something special. St Anthony de Padua was built in 1957, and if it looks familiar, it’s because it was built to resemble The Alamo, San Antonio’s first church.
Prentice and Greg have a great sense of humor. I loved that their dogs were let loose later in the evening. So much fun and check out the shenanigans! Their family and friends were lovely, and the home, all decorated with flowers by my favorite florist Danny Cuellar of Trinity Flowers, was stunning. Cathy Young created a magnificent wedding cake. Finally, to top things of the evenings food was a culinary delight hosted by the renowned French Chef Damien Watel, owner of Bistro 9.
With the pandemic, many couples elect to have weddings in more intimate settings, and that’s alright with me. I love these smaller affairs and what a night!
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If you like what you see, reach out! I have a cool English accent; I’m dashing, handsome and funny – so my wife says. Seriously though, I love the craft of photography, I’m a former news photographer and a documentary street photographer. I capture weddings throughout Texas from a fly on the wall perspective. You’ll not notice me. My photos are candid and delightfully artistic with a splash of color and monochrome.