Wednesday, December 2, 2015

It's the perfect gift for both of you {New Braunfels Boudoir Photography}

This package is back by popular demand. It's great for the ladies who don't know what to get that guy in their life. And what so great about it is that you'll love giving it as much as he loves getting it. Call me to reserve your appointment time.

Lisa On Location Photography

Monday, November 2, 2015

Halloween Morning Wasn't Spooky at All {Port Aransas Wedding Photography}

Friday (the day before Halloween) was a little scary for me. The rains hit hard and flooded my yard and garage. The studio was spared thanks to some renovations we made after the last big flood to caused some nasty puddling in there.

But the rain cleared at least a little by mid afternoon so I could make the drive to Port Aransas. I would be staying there overnight to get ready for a sunrise wedding on the beach.

Just before sunrise on Halloween day we woke to find that there was no electricity in the condo. No electricity before sunrise means no makeup and who knows what my hair is doing. It's a good thing it was Halloween so I could get away with it.

The weather wasn't cooperating either. It was misty, overcast and drizzly.

But once we reached Mile Marker 41 (the exact spot where this couple met), all the dreariness disappeared. Deb and Chris looked wonderful and they were so happy. The weather made no difference to them.

Their ceremony was short and sweet and so emotional for them both. When the vows were said, we did a little photo session around the surf and the dunes.

The weather began to clear up near the end of their session so we were able to include the sun in some of the photos.

There was nothing scary at all about this gorgeous sunrise wedding on the beach.

Lisa On Location Photography

Friday, October 30, 2015

Bras for a Cause Grows Bigger and Better Every Year (New Braunfels Event Photography}

This was the fourth year that I was honored to be the official photographer for the New Braunfels Bras for a Cause, sponsored by the Women's Council of Realtors Hill Country Chapter.

The evening gets bigger and bigger every year and last night was no exception. There were more than 750 people at the event, which sold out months ago.

Many of New Braunfels community leaders were in attendance as well as local celebrities.

The event features real life stories of women fighting breast cancer right here in our community. Each bra is sponsored by a business in honor of one of those women.

Firefighters from New Braunfels, Seguin and even Austin were on stage to model the gloriously decorated bras as attendees bid on them.

The high bid for the evening was $1,100 for the final bra of the night, in honor of Marsha Mudge, an NBISD school nurse who is currently fighting cancer.

Mudge lost her husband, a popular New Braunfels football coach, last year. She has two young sons.

But Mudge was all smiles last night as she took the stage to dance with the group of attractive firefighters as they pumped up the bidding on the bra.

The final tally isn't in yet, but the bras alone raised more than $50,000 for cancer victims. That's not counting the silent auction, ticket sales or additional donations. All the money collected goes to help women on the local level.

Thanks for letting me photograph this amazing event again ladies!

Lisa On Location Photography