Abby and Doug got married on April 7, 2019 at the one and only Camp Lucy in Dripping Springs, TX. I have a ton of experience at this venue. Each and every time I shoot out here, I am reminded of how stunning this venue is. On Abby and Doug’s wedding, we were lucky enough to get some rain, a rainbow, and a stunning sunset to top it all off. This was the trifecta of portrait conditions that really made this collection well rounded. Usually, you get one of these, neer all three! I arrived about two hours before the wedding to get all of the getting ready and detail shots wrapped up. From there, we shot all wedding party (separately) and of course, the ceremony in Ian’s Chapel. For those who do not know about Ian’s Chapel, here is a snippet taken directly from Camp Lucy’s website:
Ian’s Chapel, the original venue at Camp Lucy, is more than just a chapel. This acclaimed venue offers multiple uniquely elegant and absolutely unforgettable settings.
Meticulously designed, thoughtfully planned, and built with heart, Ian’s Chapel at Camp Lucy features a restored 19thcentury French Colonial Chapel and antique bell from Vietnam, a majestic Events Hall created from a repurposed 1800’s Amish barn originally built from hand-hewn white oak timbers in Ohio and a dramatic, open-air Pavilion made from the ironwood timbers of a 1930’s French Colonial church and a Ludowici tile roof repurposed from the Bexar County courthouse in downtown San Antonio. The Great Lawn and the Stone Arch provide breathtaking outdoor ceremony site options.
This wedding was a super fun celebration that had it all. Tons of laughter, love, and all of the makings of a picture-perfect wedding. Enjoy!
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