As you well know, I love all types of weddings--big, small, medium sized. But there is a special place in my heart for smaller weddings. They just seem to really capture the meaning behind what this lifetime commitment is all about. This intimate Fort Worth wedding is no exception. It may be small in size but it is filled to the brim with the stunning details and most importantly, love. The Fort Worth Japanese Gardens provide the perfect backdrop for this intimate setting. The great advantage to having a smaller wedding is that it opens up so many gorgeous venues that just cannot handle larger crowds. Angela Fleming of New Seasons Photography captured every loving detail. Check out even more intimate love in the gallery.


From New Seasons Photography...What we loved most about Emily & Andrew was their desire to have a wedding that completely suited their personal style. Something simple and natural. An April elopement at the Fort Worth Japanese Gardens was the perfect fit. The sunny day, intimate portrait time for just the two of them and a quiet, enjoyable dinner celebration was the perfect combination. The ceremony site overlooked a waterfall and fish pond with Emily & Andrew surrounded by their closest family & friends. They then spent some time exploring the surrounding gardens before heading to Ruth's Chris for a private plated dinner of gourmet food and ending the evening in cake cutting and a toast for the newlyweds!