First Communion Portraits, Tomball TX

I met Bianca and her mom through another really great client. They joined us for our snowy holiday mini sessions back in December. Mini sessions are short, its the main reason I don’t love doing them, so I didn’t get to really get to know Bianca and her mom. But, when they told me they’d like me to shoot her first communion portraits I was thrilled that I’d have a chance to spend more time with them and to capture this beautiful young lady.

I knew in my head I wanted an old timey, white, country church. I did a lot of research and found this beauty a short 20 minutes from our house. It might be one of my new favorite locations (I’m pretty sure I need to shoot a bridal portrait there next).

It was sprinkling at my house when I left to go to the location Friday morning, but God must have heard my pleas for a lull in the rain because by the time I got to the location it had let up. Things were drenched but we working with it, tucking towels here and there and tip-toeing through the soaked ground. Bianca is a beautiful girl and I’m loving her photos. They’re all her and I’m so thrilled her and her mom let me capture this special time in her life, and her faith.

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  1. Allyson October 6, 2015 at 2:16 pm #

    I was just looking back at the pictures and couldn’t help but feel so blessed that Diliberto photography captured a most precious moment of my daughter’s life and mine as a mother. I absolutely love these guys! Thank you again and again for these beautiful pictures.

    • Chris October 19, 2015 at 8:38 pm #

      Thank you Allyson!!