This lovely ranch wedding was the last one I was able to shoot this spring before the strict restrictions went into place. Luckily for me, it was a beautiful one to end on. I’ll just be over here daydreaming on this one until the weddings start up again….
These two wanted a very “old elegance” feel to their wedding day, and they accomplished that beautifully. The Hassayampa Inn was the perfect setting to complete the old Prescott ambiance.
After a crazy busy fall wedding season, I’m just now finding the time to post some of these shoots to the web….so I’ll apologize now for the sudden onslaught. This wedding in particular is by far one of my favorites….granted taking place in beautiful Orange, CA and having my toddler in the wedding automatically will put it towards the top of my list, but I also adore this couple. Their day was so dang beautiful, and I couldn’t be happier for these two. Oliver still talks about dancing the night away with “Em-b-ily”. :)
These two had a big wedding planned on the beach in Mexico, but as not all family could make that celebration, they decided to do another small ceremony in the pines here in Prescott. It was simple, intimate, and so dang beautiful. Nothing against the beaches of Mexico…but this would be pretty hard to beat.
If you’ve followed my work at all, you know I can’t resist a backyard wedding….when the “backyard” is a gorgeous lake in Northern Minnesota on the border of Canada, it honestly can’t be beat. This day had it all…beautiful setting, a little sun shower during the ceremony for good luck, and the sweetest couple around.
Couples seriously don’t come any sweeter than these two! I’m so glad everything turned out so beautiful on their wedding day.
This wedding was everything an early summer wedding should be…..light, airy, and absolutely stunning. Not to mention the bride and groom are some of my absolute favorites. It made for such a fun wedding to photograph!
The spring/early summer wedding season has kept me insanely busy this year, and it’s reflected in my lack of posting. Now that I have a little breathing time, hopefully I can catch up a bit…..starting with this gem of a simple backyard wedding. Simple and sweet….just the way I like it.
They say rain is good luck on your wedding day….in which case, this couple is super lucky. :) Although not ideal conditions for an outdoor wedding, the gloomy skies at such a gorgeously green venue sure made for pretty photos!
This wedding marked the end of my 2018 wedding season….and what a lovely finish it was. The ceremony took place at a gorgeous historic cathedral in downtown Tucson and the reception was held at the nearby JW Marriott Starr Pass, with the most stunning desert backdrop. At the risk of betraying my northern roots….there’s nothing quite like that soft desert light. ❤