PRESIDIO LA BAHIA, and our Lady of Loreto Chapel in Goliad, Texas, where Ramon and Abby got married is a very special place. To them, to me, to Texas History. We grew up going to church in this chapel. Our childhood priest, Father Ralph, married Ramon and Abby just 2 weeks ago – February 18th. In December of 1835, ninety two men gathered here, in this chapel, and signed the First Texas Declaration of Independence from Mexico after the Presidio was captured in October by the Mexican military during the Texas Revolution. A lot of history happened between those walls and around it before that time, during that time, and after the Alamo fell a little over a year later. We added one more little nugget of history the day Ramon and Abby got married. If you would have told me back in Jr. High, that one day I would be capturing lifelong memories of two amazing friends turned soul mates united as one in this crazy cool, wonderful place, I wouldn’t have believed you.
But here we are.
And some of my favorite images from the day…..Trish Badger second shot with me and you’ll see some of her images noted below as well. Thank you for making the day even more fun, Trish! Also, to 3 wonderfully fabulous and talented ladies over at Blush and Company - Diane, Lauren, and Cindy (who was there in spirit with us!) Diane took care of the makeup, and Lauren, the hair. They rock.
Left Top Image + Bottom Image in the set below by Trish
Below image of Ramon by Trish
Bottom Left Image in the below set by Trish
Left Image below by Trish
Loved that we had two angles here – mine on the left, hers on the right.
Two photos immediately below by Trish
The below image is my favorite that I took from the first look.
While I covered the back and the balcony, Trish caught some great moments up close in the two below.