This gorgeous Sedona elopement will definitely go down as one of my favorite weddings ever. The officiant drove a rented off-road jeep, and the bride, groom, groom’s brother, as well as myself, all piled in and headed to the most gorgeous remote elopement spot. We were able to time the ceremony in between rain storms, and even though it was a bit breezy and cold….the added drama of the sky was completely worth it.
Lovely, late fall wedding at Lynx Creek Farm in Prescott, AZ…..
This lovely fall wedding took place at The Grand Highland Hotel in downtown Prescott, and had THE most beautiful details by One Hundred Chairs. Plus, they had a taco truck and donuts….it doesn’t get better in my book.
I’ll apologize now for the photo album dump that’s about to occur. I had over 40 sessions this fall (15 of them weddings) so I just wrapped up editing them all last week. This is the first time I haven’t had editing to do since August. 😮 I pretty much gave up on keeping up with posting sessions…….so here they all are! Haha. Meh.
This sweet little woods wedding took place at the camp here in Prescott, AZ where these two lovebirds initially met. Small, and set in the pines….I loved photographing their day!!
I love capturing cowboy weddings….even when it’s 104 degrees in the desert. Although it could have been a little cooler, I adored capturing Ty and Brittney’s big day!
The forecast had been predicting rain on their big day all week. Luckily, instead of any downpours, it was just the most lovely, romantic mist and fog. For a farm ceremony and a lakeside reception….it doesn’t get better.
This wedding was originally planned for the spring, but the pandemic put a monkey wrench in those plans. Not wanting to wait any longer, this sweet pair decided to downsize and change plans a bit so the show could go on. I don’t know what they had planned to begin with, but I don’t think a day could get more lovely than this.