Meet The Team
Owner & Lead Photographer
With nearly a decade of experience and having photographed 250+ weddings, Sara Boyd provides an elevated level of service to her couples. Her photography approach provides a welcoming environment so that her couples can truly be themselves. Couples find that her work is warm, joyful, vibrant, and genuine and she has often been lauded as a "breath of fresh air in the wedding industry". She strives to connect with her couples on a deeper level so that she can capture their love story to the fullest extent. When she's not photographing weddings, you can find her talking to her rescue dogs, attending a choral concert in which her husband is the conductor, or checking out a new restaurant in an arts district. She is a proud advocate for the LGBTQIA+ and BIPOC communities and welcomes lovers of all shapes and sizes!
Packages include two photographers, a complimentary engagement session, an online gallery with professionally edited images, and a print release which gives you permission to print the images at any photo lab of your choosing!
Get ready to be wowed by today’s sneak peek! We’re continuing our Countdown to the Cover with a look at three sweet treats and delectable cakes featured in the new Spring/Summer 2021. If you’re anything like us, your mouth will most definitely be watering after seeing these desserts. Check back in tomorrow for another look inside the upcoming mag, and
It’s that time again…we’re kicking off our Countdown to the Cover! In just five short days we’ll be releasing the all new Spring/Summer 2021 issue of Brides of North Texas, and to celebrate, we’re sharing sneak peeks of what’s inside the fresh-faced glossies on the days leading up to the reveal. Let’s hear it for the fabulous local wedding florists
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, so these precious wedding photo moments must be worth a million! The day of your wedding can be so hectic and crunched for time that you might look back later and find that you didn’t take all the pictures you had planned, or that your photographer missed a shot they didn’t