Rustic and Wild Engagement {Jon Hernandez}

I am really excited to share these engagement pictures. But before I begin I first have to explain the amazing group that is the 303. In college, Topher and I moved in with one of our good friends KC into a ramshackle of a house on the outskirts of Nacogdoches, Texas (where we all went to SFASU). This house was old and pretty hideous, but it was where a lot of life changing events happened for me. It was where I fell madly in love with my future husband, it was where we grew our family to include Petey and Charlie (the best four legged friends you could ever ask for), it was where Topher proposed (well down the street from the house at the park), and it was also where we met the most special group of friends that is now known as the 303. We were constantly throwing parties and over the years certain people just kept coming and thriving on our “no judgement” policy at the 303 house. It wasn’t anything that we set out to accomplish, but we were just a really happy group of people that were anti-drama and it grew into the best group of friends that Topher and I could have ever hoped for. With all of that being said let me introduce Jessie and Colby– two very important people from our group. They just so happen to be getting married this February and these are their engagements.

Rustic Engagements

Rustic Engagements

Rustic Engagements

Rustic Engagements

Rustic Engagements

Rustic Engagements

Rustic Engagements

Rustic Engagements

This last one just so happens to be my very favorite. They are too adorable for words. I love these two people very much- they actually had a daughter about six months before Phoenix was born so we’ve bonded being the only people with children in the group. I am going to be heartbroken come February since I am booked on their wedding day (argghhh!!!), but I will be there in spirit somehow and I will of course live vicariously through pictures…oh the wedding pictures, they will make it all better #iwish.

{Photo Credits: Jon Hernandez}

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