Updated: Mar 19
Jake and Summer finally had their beautiful wedding with family and friends at the Victory Arts Center in Fort Worth. Victory Arts Center was formerly a girl's boarding school that opened in 1910 and also served as a convent for Sisters. In the 1980's the upkeep of the convent became too difficult and costly for the few remaining elderly sisters so in the early 1990's they sought to obtain demolition of the building. Thankfully, the Historic Preservation Council took over and the building was sold and renovated. In 2004, the building reopened its doors and now offers dramatic loft spaces for lease and serves as a wedding and event venue. This special place has many years of memories to the Fort Worth community.
Jake and Summer had planned to be married originally in this venue in January right in the midst of covid craziness. They went ahead and kept their date and were married at Tandy Hills Natural Area and planned to come back and celebrate it with family and friends here when things got better. (You can see their golden hour nuptials in earlier blog.
Summer wanted a rich boho semi-formal wedding and with her fall colors and beautiful touches, I think she pulled it off beautifully. Jake and Summer, many congratulations on your marriage and thank you for trusting me to capture so many of your milestones these last couple years. I wish you both many years of joy and happiness in your traveling and fun life together.
Venue: Victory Arts Center in Fort Worth
Planner: Nobleman & Grace, LLC
Make Up/Hair: Carina Salas/H&MU Artist
Photographer: Photography by Kimberly Ann
Videographer: Beeler Photo