Hyatt Lost Pines Bridal Portrait: Alicia

Hyatt Lost Pines Bridal Portrait, Austin, TX, Debra Gulbas Photography
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As Alicia and I were starting her bridal portraits at Hyatt Lost Pines, a Bernese Mountain dog (similar to a St. Bernard) dog walked by. Alicia saw the the dog, and asked if she could pet the dog. “Can I get a few photos with the dog?” she asked.

My immediate thoughts were concerns for Alicia’s wedding dress, and I couldn’t help but imagine this adorable dog slobbering all over her gorgeous wedding dress. Alicia knelt down and spent a few minutes petting the Bernese Mountain Dog. “Phew! You have bad breathe!” She laughed, as the dog got closer.

That’s Alicia. She’s so naturally beautiful – inside and out. She didn’t hesitate when I asked her to sit on top of a beer barrel, or didn’t complain when we drove in a golf cart across Hyatt Post Pines.