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Category Archives: Wedding photographers Austin

Adia and Aldo’s Chapel Dulcinea Wedding was sublime!

Chapel Dulcinea is one of our very favorite wedding venues in Austin. It is a FREE, open air wedding chapel nestled in the spectacular hills with a stunning view in all directions. Sae and I have had the pleasure to photograph multiple weddings at Chapel Dulcinea over the last decade. We have seen the landscape and decor evolve […]

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Throw Back Thursday! Creekside Austin Wedding for Emily and Nick

TBT! Creekside in Dripping Springs was the lush, serene reception venue for this fun couple. We are blogging WAY back on this TBT to a time right after our baby was born, thus, I wasn’t doing much blogging. Cho Photography has had the pleasure of photographing many weddings at Creekside (they even use some of our […]

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Happy Valentine’s Day from Cho Photography

Let LOVE rule! As wedding and engagement photographers in Austin we are hopeful romantics. Valentine’s Day is a day when we spend even more time focusing on LOVE in our lives. I LOVE hearing the stories of how our clients met and fell in LOVE. I am always honored to witness the joining of lives […]

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Pam + Ralph: The Wedding at Lone Star Court!

The Lone Star Court at the Domain was the retro-rustic venue for Pam and Ralph’s wedding. Family and friends were treated to divine dishes and dashing dances on this glorious Austin evening. But first, they would witness Pam and Ralph walk down the isle toward each other to begin their life together as husband and […]

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The Ballerina + The Hockey Player = Lovely Wedding!

The Ballerina and the Hockey player get married!  This dreamy couple chose First Methodist Church of Round Rock with all it’s fascinating history and colorful, classic beauty for their nuptials. The reception would rock out at Union on 8th in Georgetown. Tears of joy were shed, peals of laughter rang out, games were enjoyed and […]

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