These two high school sweethearts are officially married after 9 years together!! Being part of Ashley and Wyatt's wedding was so special for me since I grew up going to church with Wyatt's family and Ashley and I were in school together all the way from elementary to graduation! I got to see the beginning of their relationship in 2013, and I even got to take a few photos of the two of them when Ashley asked if she could bring her boyfriend along when we took her high school senior photos back in the day! And now, we've come full circle :')

Ashley and Wyatt celebrated their day at the beautiful Allen Farmhaus in New Braunfels, surrounded by friends and family. After everyone was finished getting ready, we headed to Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church in Selma for the ceremony. They had each asked their childhood priests (who had baptized them and given them their first communion) to come and celebrate the mass. Ashley's childhood priest also married her parents 30 years ago. How cool is that?!

When we arrived back at the Allen Farmhaus, we paid a quick visit to the Beverage Burros (!!!), took photos of alllll of the bridesmaids and groomsmen with the newlyweds, and then headed over to the chapel on the grounds so that Ashley and Wyatt could have a quiet moment together to exchange private vows before heading into their reception.

We got such a beautiful sunset for their newlywed portraits!! After an epic dance party, the guests all headed out to prep for the sparkler exit while Ashley and Wyatt stayed behind for an equally epic last dance. I'm so used to seeing slow songs and dances for the last dance that when they started playing and upbeat song and kept the energy from the dance party I was totally caught off guard haha. But it was perfect and so much fun to watch!! Then they left the reception through a sparkler tunnel and hopped into a beautiful 1966 Mercedes 230 four door sedan provided by Comal Classics and drove off!!

What a joy to celebrate these two and document the day for them!! Congratulations, Mr. & Mrs. Berger!