Some weddings are so special they don't need much introduction.  This Austin family wedding is just that.  While the details of this wedding are breathtaking (the open air chapel, the stunning bridal gown), it's the bride and groom's story that makes it stand out.  Two families coming together as one is what every wedding is really all about.  Tim Kyle of Tim Kyle Photography had the privilege of capturing this magical moment.  The gallery provides even more to love.



From the bride...

Q. Tell us about your love story! (How did you meet? What makes your mate a perfect match?)

A. It was on New Years Day - 2015! David and I were on a cruise with my entire family and he popped the question at a quiet dinner together that he planned for the 2 of us. We were traveling with 2 of our boys that were also involved in the proposal and they helped to make it a very special event by letting the whole family in on the surprise. Every(What made you laugh? What made you cry? What were the most memorable moments? What unexpected things happened thatweren't planned for?)

A. Both David and I have both been married before and as "mature" couple, our real priority was to just have our kids at the wedding. We really wanted to make it special for them and something they would have fond memories of over time. We involved each of them in a part of the ceremony. My son, Oliver walked me down the aisle, Jack playone showed up at the restaurant as soon as they heard the news and we all celebrated.

A. David and I met and fell in love... at first sight! We had an immediate connection on every level and there was never any doubt we were meant to be together. We have 4 kids together and they have become such great friends and now, happy to be a united, blended family.

Q. Tell us about the proposal!

A. The big day was so wonderful! It was an exceptionally cold day ed the guitar, Blake read a scripture and Olivia was responsible for the rings. We included a special "Family/Unity" blessing into the ceremony and it was a very special moment. I added a third ring to my finger to symbolize the blending of the family. Tim Kyle shot the entire event for us and we are so happy with how he did this. His eye and ability to perfectly capture the moment and each personality is remarkable! All thanks to in Austin, but we managed to keep warm together. I had a real "situation" with my hair and took the horrible "up-do" out of my hair just minutes before we had to leave because I just couldn't stand it. I ended up with a bad ponytail and had to hope it wasn't going to be noticeable. We decided all the boys would wear tuxes to avoid having to coordinate all the new clothes for the kids and it was such a treat to see them all cleaned up and so handsome.

Q. Recap your big day for us. him for his amazing work!!

Q. What about the details? (What was your vision/theme? How did you bring it to life?)


(What made you laugh? What made you cry? What were the most memorable moments? What unexpected things happened thatweren't planned for?)

A. Both David and I have both been married before and as "mature" couple, our real priority was to just have our kids at the wedding. We really wanted to make it special for them and something they would have fond memories of over time. We involved each of them in a part of the ceremony. My son, Oliver walked me down the aisle, Jack played the guitar, Blake read a scripture and Olivia was responsible for the rings. We included a special "Family/Unity" blessing into the ceremony and it was a very special moment. I added a third ring to my finger to symbolize the blending of the family. Tim Kyle shot the entire event for us and we are so happy with how he did this. His eye and ability to perfectly capture the moment and each personality is remarkable! All thanks to ment and each personality is remarkable! All thanks to him for his amazing work!!

Q. What about the details? (What was your vision/theme? How did you bring it to life?)