Tracy and Clint met at a swing dance class and the rest is history. We had an amazing engagement shoot at the famous Gruene Hall where Clint & Tracy got to try out a few moves before the Hall opened – I don’t know who had more fun, us or them.
Tracy & Clint’s wedding day started with a beautiful ceremony at St John the Apostle in Richland Hills. The stained glass windows were the perfect backdrop for some photos of Tracy and her bridesmaids, while the guys headed outside to do some photos (and managed to get locked out, but that is another story!)
After a short ride in a friend’s 1965 Chevy Impala, Tracy & Clint arrived at Chateau at Forest Park for their reception. They chose this location specifically for their huge, wood dance floor and it turned out to be absolutely perfect for their group of swing dancers. After a fabulous first dance, the floor was opened up for what turned out to be one of the longest “dollar dances” we have ever seen. We lost count of how many songs they went through because people kept getting back in line to take yet another spin around the dance floor with the happy couple. The photo was a huge hit as always, and it was fun to watch this huge group photo bomb Tracy & Clint’s last photo booth shot. As the sun started to set, they were whisked away again in that classic Chevy Impala.