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The Cliff House in Dallas

Have you ever seen The Cliff House in the Bishops arts district in Dallas? It is such a charming venue, and it was so fun to be the photographer for Aubrey and Bonnie’s wedding. The white chapel with wood accents is just stunning! After their wedding at The Cliff house, we all headed to a brewery…because what is cooler than a wedding reception at a brewery. Just across the street from American Airlines center is Community Beer. I mention American Airlines Center because it is the place where Bonnie and her bridesmaids spent a lot of time as cheerleaders for the Dallas Mavericks.

The reception at community beer was the perfect spot for them to celebrate. It was like haning out at a bar with your best friends…all of them. Pikcnick tables, fresh beer, a dance floor, and a photobooth provided by Honeybird Photo Booth Co.

Here is a preview of their day from start to finish! It was such an honor to be their photographer. And it is so fun to look back at this weeding from pre-covid days!

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

The Cliff House

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