A Beachy Waterside Engagement Shoot at Horseshoe Bay Resort
This waterside engagement shoot captured by Mint Photography perfectly showcases the beachy, laid-back love between newly engaged Anissa and Gary! Held around the property at Horseshoe Bay Resort, these stunning photos alternate between lush tropical backdrops and beachy waterfront shots, but either way you look is stunning – plus, this couple is posing at the very same venue they will be married at in just a few months from now! Gary first popped the question on a heart-shaped mini islet in the middle of the San Antonio Riverwalk called “Marriage Island,” then he surprised Anissa afterward with an engagement party with their families! Unfortunately, the pair had to reschedule their original wedding date due to COVID-19. However, their future date holds all the promise of being a gorgeously styled, floral-filled affair! Being planned by Eclipse Event Co., Anissa and Gary’s big day will reflect the nearby waterscape with a palette of light blues, grays and white. Remi + Gold is sure to work some floral magic in grand installations of elegant and aquatic hues as well! This waterside engagement shoot feels so beachy and calm, we know the wedding is sure to follow suit in the most tasteful way possible, and we just can’t wait to see! Read on to hear from the soon-to-be bride about the details she is most excited about for their upcoming wedding at Horseshoe Bay Resort. Cheers to Anissa and Gary!
Photos // Mint Photography
From the bride: “I love being by the water and have always pictured our celebration surrounded by lake views. We also love that our guests can celebrate with us and don’t have to worry about driving home and will be a short walk from the hotel.”
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