It’s time for the 2021 Best of Weddings! These “best of” posts are so special to me every year. It’s a way for me to look back and reflect on the last 365 days. It’s a special reminder of all the incredible people I met, all the lives that touched me, and all the joy I got to capture.
Today I’m sharing a compilation of some of my favorite wedding images from the last year. The list includes a little bit of everything from details, paper goods, florals, beautiful portraits, and the various moments on the wedding day. It was difficult, to say the least, to narrow down the list. The thing that stood out to me most as I was selecting these images is that I’m definitely a lover of details, portraits, and the little and big moments; the anticipation of walking down the aisle, the first time he sees her, daddy’s giving away their daughters, mothers dancing with their sons, the first kiss, the first dance, the toasts, and the list goes on!
I photographed weddings from Dallas to Houston and everywhere in between, big weddings, micro-weddings, and couples with destination weddings. What an honor to be invited into so many lives with unique stories and celebrations. If there’s anything I learned this year is that weddings are about people above all else and I don’t think any of us will take gatherings with our loved ones for granted ever again. Weddings are a roller coaster of emotions: anticipation, joy, nerves, tears (happy and sad), laughter, and love. I’ve also learned that to be a good wedding photographer you can never put your camera down, one must anticipate the moments, and look and listen in every direction. I know one thing for sure, I LOVE every minute of it!
It’s a pretty long post! Enjoy the scroll!
Whew! That’s a wrap! 2021 you were good to me.
Amy Odom is an Austin, Texas based wedding photographer for the timeless, joyful, and sophisticated couple.
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